You frequently don’t appreciate what you have until it’s gone, whether it is because of a life-altering accident or an uncharacteristic behavior you temporarily do that causes permanent harm. That’s why you need to protect some fundamental aspects of your life.

Our lives and priorities are all different. However, there are precious things in life that are pretty much universal. Never lose track of these:


Rule #1, protect your peace. The more confident you grow in the love you have for yourself, the more you discover that you are capable of walking through a room filled with anxiety while maintaining your inner calm. When you keep your peace, you may efficiently manage relationships and stressful situations and maintain emotional equilibrium. This will assist you in gaining self-assurance and accepting who you are, allowing you to find inner peace and create a more optimistic outlook on life. Love yourself enough to prioritize your well-being; love yourself enough to indulge yourself. It will change your life. This is self-love and self-preservation, not selfishness. You have no right to feel inferior. You are not required to live up to the expectations that others have of you. Love yourself enough to guard your tranquility.


So many of us take our health for granted until something life-changing happens, and our health becomes at risk. With good health, anything is possible. Without it, you cannot live life to its fullest. It is vital to take care of your mind, body, and soul. Pay attention to what your body is telling you. Take control of your overall health. Eat healthily and exercise daily to minimize and prevent illnesses and the stress that may be keeping you from enjoying life. Focus on your health and remember to practice self-care. Being more present, eating well, and making time to decompress will enhance your mental health and overall well-being. Practice being kinder to yourself by taking time to reset mentally and prioritize all aspects of your health.

Family & Friendship

Our relationships are our foundation. We must prioritize time with friends, family, and loved ones to foster our relationships. Having people in your life that you can call family is priceless. Knowing that you have someone who cares for you and will always be there for you is the type of support we all need, even if we don’t always admit it. But it is so easy to forget just how much family means to us. They’re the people we typically take for granted because, at the end of the day, we know they will still be family. Always remember, your family is irreplaceable. You must devote time, love, and energy to nurture your family relationships – not just for the sake of your family, but for yourself. The unconditional love of family is an indescribable feeling, and although you may not always see eye-to-eye, respect each other’s uniqueness and do your best to show your love more often.


Our “why” is our purpose. It motivates all of our actions and stokes our passion. It includes everything we do at work, in our relationships, and in how we try to live our best lives. Everything we do in life is centered on our purpose. We need to have a purpose in life—a target, an end result we hope to accomplish while on this planet—in order to lead satisfying lives. When I discovered my purpose, I believed that I genuinely began to live. I get up every morning looking forward to continuing my trip. If you truly want to change the world, you must start with yourself. You can call it your dreams, your job objectives, or your personal idea of success. Dig deep to determine what you’re passionate about and how that passion can make a positive impact on those around you, then go after it with vigor for the rest of your life. It means living your life in an intentional way. Ultimately, it becomes your legacy. 


I always believe we were put on this earth simply to love. Love one another, love what we do, and love each moment. Love is the most powerful force in the universe. The real mark of greatness is shown through the action of kindness, compassion, helpfulness, and care for others. Even if you don’t love your life itself, through loving things or people in your life, you can still find meaning and purpose. Learning how to love your place in the world helps create a positive, healthy attitude toward life. Through love, we receive understanding, mercy, joy, and forgiveness. Through love, most of our emotional needs are met. Through love, we feel worthy and valid. Through love, we serve a higher purpose and unite in a higher calling. The energy of love is the highest energy we can experience, and acts of love raise our consciousness of the world. Our ability to approach the world with love sets an example for others to aspire to teach with compassion, forgiveness, tolerance, and peace.

Which one is the most important aspect for you in your life?

By Rathana Cham