My name is Zisoula Ntasiou, I live in the city of Chalkida very close to Athens, Greece. I love and enjoy my mistakes and my diversity. I try everything and whatever wins me over, mainly emotionally, I follow it, always with my instinct. I love the way millions of people see the world, through their photographs. I try to do the same in my own way. I get incredible strength and energy from the images created by the light around me. I am filled with emotions. We are all so special and that is the magic of our world. Photography for me is more of a need to share and communicate. What is the point of keeping beauty (as everyone sees it) only for yourself, all beautiful things must be shared. Even more, if your ideas help others around you to see the world differently, with more beauty, love, optimism and inspiration.
I am a mother of a 13 years old son. In my free time, I enjoy to spend time with my family, read, travel, go climbing, take photographs and play music.
EXPOSIÇÃO: My toughts shape my future
© Zisoula Ntasiou
Our thoughts make us feel happy, enthusiastic, inspired, sad, surprised, angry, anxious, fearful and so much more.
The way we are reacting to those thoughts is more than certain that affect our lives.
We can’t really see them, but we are carrying them every day.
It’s our choice what to keep and what to leave behind.
Didn’t you know? Our thoughts shape our future.
Every day human mind makes almost 60.000 thoughts. Unfortunately most of them are negative thoughts and the worse is that the 95 percent of them are the same thoughts as we had the previous day. If we really focus to new connections in our minds and positive thinking, we really can dominate ourselves. As an ancient Greek Stoic philosopher said “No wo-man is free unless s-he is sovereign of her-him-self”
Epictitos (50 AD – 138 AD) was a Greek Stoic philosopher.
Stoicism is an important philosophical school of the Hellenistic and Roman times (300 BC – about 250 AD), which was founded in Athens- Greece by Zinona the Kitieas.
It is a philosophy of personal ethics informed by its system of logic and its views on the natural world. According to its teachings, as social beings, the path to eudaimonia (happiness, or blessedness) is found in accepting the moment as it presents itself, by not allowing oneself to be controlled by the desire for pleasure or by the fear of pain, by using one’s mind to understand the world and to do one’s part in nature’s plan, and by working together and treating others fairly and justly.