Sarah Luca Tafur is the author of #TheThreeLevelsSelfAwareness, a blog series that explores what it means to be human, the inner journey, and how to find your own way to happiness. At the end of each blog post, she encourages her readers to “take a single step in awareness,” which is the most important step in our self-awareness journey.
Her blog series is a great introduction to the concepts we explore in this book, but I think the best part about it is that the steps, the tools we use to take it all in and then share it off, we have created ourselves.
It is important to note that the posts in this blog series are not about blogging. However, the concept of a blog is deeply rooted in human psychology. Blogging is a social medium that allows us to share ideas and experiences with a community of people who care about the same topics we do. It is not a form of self-awareness. The blogs in this series are about the process of self-awareness. They are not self-help blogs.
In the same way that we all have different personalities, we all have different ways of dealing with feelings, and those ways change as we age, so it is no surprise to find that our personalities change as we grow up. For example, my younger self would have made a point of being really empathetic and concerned about other people’s feelings.
When I was younger, I was the person who believed that people are just as intelligent as I am, and that nobody would ever lie to me, so I believed people would be nice to me. I grew up and realized that even if people were nice to me, they weren’t necessarily nice to each other. There are people who are mean to me and mean to other people who I never met but have heard of.
This is because people change. When you were younger, you were extremely self-aware. You were sure of yourself and your intentions. You were a lot like the kind of person that most people would be glad if someone would just let you in their circle. But that doesn’t mean you have to be like that anymore. You are still the person who was concerned about other people’s feelings and opinions. You are still the person who was concerned about what other people thought.
But like most people, you grew up. You have always been careful with who you let into your circle, and you have always been careful with how you treated other people you were around. Sometimes you felt like you had to be careful with who you let into your circle because you didnt want to be the kind of person that made others feel like they had to hide their feelings. But now that you are older, you are actually more aware of how you treat people.
Sarah Tafur is a very smart woman. She doesn’t hide her feelings and she doesn’t hide the fact that she is an alcoholic. She openly talks about her issues. She is also very honest about them. And that is something that most people dont want to see.
Most of the people in our circle have been with us a long time and know this better than most. Tafur has been with us longer than anyone has, though, so she obviously has a lot of experience with the topics we discuss. Theres a lot of people that know her well that dont know how to tell if she is going to be honest with them. But I have seen her take a drink before telling a person who doesnt really know her.
Its one of those things that you just cant make everyone happy. At least not without being told not to. A lot of people come to our website looking for something they can get off their chest that they arent comfortable telling someone about. A lot of people arent comfortable with what we post, and they arent comfortable with our content either.