Promise only what you can and are willing to deliver, then do it. That makes you trust-worthy.
We owe it to ourselves to find two or three minutes of stillness several times a day. Even in crowed, noisy places, you can calm yourself with measured deep breaths.
We recognize acts of love and the good works that result and celebrate them, herald them, and seek our own way to demonstrate our individual works of love.
simplifying our lives make the clutter more obvious and easier to discard without remorse.
There is something going on inside our fleshly boundary that projects itself outward in all directions. Our energy ripples from our center. There is something that makes us tick. But what? And why?
Everyone wants to live forever without looking or acting like they are aging. There are aspects of growing older that are universal and inescapable.
The master is forever a student. New knowledge provokes new questions. Curious discovery—the hunger and thirst to know more deeply and intuitively.
There is something inside us that compels us to strive to reach our highest potential. That appetite is fed by the notion that we can be better, or more, than we are now.
We rely on our five empirical senses to find our way around in the world. We have invented work arounds to correct impairments, but only to a point. We must become alert to our gaps in noticing information we have missed.
Reflection is looking inward and backward so we can move forward with creative energy.
To extend your reach is to stretch yourself beyond your usual space. Sometimes we reach beyond our comfort zone—out on the frontiers where we are likely to encounter situations we haven’t faced before.
When it comes to criticism, we relish the good, dismiss the bad, and if the news is more negative than we think necessary, we can get downright ugly about it.