Alicia Keys x Unlocking Us | the distilld
We live life often according to society's expectations. We put up emotional armors that project an acceptable persona and hide our flaws. These armors alienate us from our true selves and the life we want to live. But we can break free through self-priority and vulnerability.
Jane Goodall x On Being | the distilld
Curiosity leads us to answers and helps us understand the world better. If we gain knowledge and wisdom, we can know how to treat nature and every living thing kindly. As beings of developed intellect, we have to remember we can only put it to good use if we are compassionate.
Gabrielle Union x Red Table Talk | the distilld
We can dislike others because they make us feel insecure or because other people encourage us to dislike them. But when we address our issues and surround ourselves with more positive people, we can overcome our maligned perceptions and connect better with others.
Kati Morton x The School of Greatness | the distilld
Keeping ourselves mentally healthy needs constant care. This means taking care of ourselves and making meaningful connections with others. It requires acknowledging our feelings and opening about them to people we trust. When we communicate with others, and ourselves we can regain our healthy self.
"The Gift of Girlfriends with Denielle, Sharon, and Kelly" x The Michelle Obama Podcast | the distilld
Everyone needs someone to watch their backs—even Michelle Obama. Her friends have witnessed her in her weakest moments and have been there in times of need. They've built a powerful circle of trust that has been reinforced through time through understanding, patience, and love.
"Reverse Engineering Misery Loves Company" x The Silver Lining | the distilld
A lot can change when our perspective shifts. Even old sayings can take on new meanings. It might seem like misery loves company, but that's only half the story. When we can b the kind of company that leads with the heart, we can find better ways to cope with feelings of misery.