It’s easy to say, “I’m sure things will work out.” But, I’ve noticed the most powerful form of encouragement is that which comes after listening to the needs and longings of someone.
Givers profit from a deep sense of satisfaction that they were able to help with nothing required in return.
Soft heartedness is misunderstood for weakness. When we INLiven our heart, we wake it up the full range of emotions that inform us from the inside out.
We must continually hold ourselves responsible for being the example good we expect in others.
One way to strengthen relationships is to be very, very slow to jump to conclusions about someone else’s intentions.
Because of Love, there are some things we will do without hesitation, and there are some things we will not do, without exception.
Evolution has given us a kindness response that flashes with a smile on both the lips and in the eyes.
When we seek to become the most perfect version of ourself, we always are holding ourself accountable for the decisions we make to live in love.
We will risk our own safety to fiercely protect or guard something we love or hold dear. From love comes acts of courage and self-sacrifice.
Think of all the ways we set boundaries to establish the line between acceptable and unacceptable behavior. When we give our word, we are establishing a boundary.
Reconciliation is the act of closing the gaps between people so they can rebuild a harmonious relationship. The aggrieved party is the only one who can grant the opportunity to reconcile.
The INPowered focus on our innate similarity, which allows us to see a world of joy, compassion, and dignity, and we commit to live and flourish and evolve in mutual respect and love.