Credit: searchquotes.com By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness Too many people want to tell you how to live, and you might be made into an outcast if you don’t follow along. Good. In a conformist society, to be an outcast is to be unique. Why try to please people who’ll judge you no matter what … Continue reading Be Yourself, Love Yourself
By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness “Everything is hard before it’s easy” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe I’m thinking about making videos for the next thirty days, because I want to communicate things I think are important in a more direct way. The purpose of the videos will be to inspire and uplift people in … Continue reading Empower Yourself by Challenging Yourself
By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness When we look around, it’s easy to think there’s nothing good in the world. Horrific crimes against humanity are committed every day, and while some of us are fortunate enough not to witness them, we still know they’re happening. There aren’t even many good people in our governments, police … Continue reading Good and Bad, Ups and Downs
Credit: Flickr.com By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness I’ve written before that I think the world’s problems are caused from a lack of love and compassion, and we have to love ourselves if we want to have compassion for those who struggle. Sadly, a lot of people suffer from a massive lack of self-love, which … Continue reading The Simple Solution to the World’s Problems
Credit: Livelivesbeauty.wordpress.com By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness In a time when humanity is socially and spiritually evolving, believing in ourselves is more crucial than ever. We have to have faith and confidence in ourselves, even if the rest of society puts us down, because we’re here to help the world come together, transform our … Continue reading Believe in Yourself – You’re Here to Change the World
Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness Life takes on a whole new flavor when we empower ourselves and accept responsibility for our actions. When we learn to make our own choices and face the consequences of those choices, good or bad, we stop looking to others as caretakers or authority figures. We see … Continue reading You Have the Power – Use It!