I would like to share two quotes for this week’s Nurturing Thursday.
- Don’t underestimate yourself. You are capable of more than you can ever imagine ~Les Brown
- Do not underestimate yourself by comparing yourself with others. It’s our differences that make us unique ~Unknown
This is so true even I have experienced it just “today”
It is raining continuously for more than 10 hours now and so there was no point in going on a hike today. The only option left was inside training. Due to heavy work load I could not manage to go early. One would expect many health enthusiats at the end of the day as our training facility is avaliable to every staff member in our building.
I stood for a while at the entrance of training hall thinking shall I or shall I not enter. I saw some very serious trainers. These are the people who set every equipment at the maximum cutoff or very end. Leg press 150kg, lat pull 150 kg and so on. I really hestitated to go in.
I knew if I did not go in right now I shall be lazy later. With a big sigh I stepped in. From outside I could see only the unkown strong ones but of course there were some known faces inside. I was able to finish what I decided. I am happy and satisfied at the end for not under estimating myself.
Have a nice weekend friends!
For todays Nurturing Thursday session, I would like to present two quotes. Last couple of days I was thinking on this topic and I wanted to put something related to health. I feel our physical health and mental health both are equally important.
According to Julie Parker
“Place your value as a person above your size, shape or weight. Your dress size is no more important than your shoe size.”
But then Buddha says, “To keep the body in good health is a duty. Otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”
Which one do you prefer?
I happened to go on a light hike/walk today, which resulted in my first ever contribution to Jo’s Monday walk. Usually I go on hikes/walks on weekends and record them in my weekend posts. The weather and heavy brainstormming at work persued me to use my office training time for a short hike.
I like walking in natural surroundings
It is obligatory to take at least one picture from the top. Do you see a big cruise ship?
Time to go back to office
Thank you for joing me on the journey 😀
After going back to office I continued my work for an hour or so.
Two images taken from the same place with different angels for this week’s Photo Challenge
It was cloudy and raining on and off until yesterday. We decided to go for hiking in the morning as the skies were clear and temperature around 13 C. We had around 3 hours in hand of which we used 2:15.
As I mentioned in my earlier post, I donot have my camera with me and pictures were taken with Samsung s3. We covered distance of 8 km and walked upto height of 450 m above sea level. In the last leg the inclination was 12 %. We were tired but not exhausted. ( In last three days we have walked around 20 km 🙂 ).
Note: I forgot to take pictures of the many cattle grids we had to cross. I wonder if they work for sheeps! Has anyone of you seen a sheep crossing cattle grid?
Tomorrow I will be travelling again. Hope you all are enjoying your weekend.
As H. JAckson Brown, Jr. said “Enjoy the satisfaction that comes from doing little things well”.
When a small hike of 4 -5 km distance gives such a spectacular view at an altitude of 400 m above sea level one forgets everything and enjoy nature with 100% satisfaction.
My first entry to show my idea of satisfaction for this week’s “photo challenge”
One of the most popular walking trails in Bergen, Norway
Every Tuesday I upload a picture of a trail or a track or a road. It is so much fun to take a walk and capture the trail/track. Hope you enjoy it. If you like the idea feel free to join.