In his book, The Art of Significance, Dan Clark says that we should trust predictability instead of hope and faith. Hope and faith propel us to try something, he says but too many people drop to their knees to pray versus standing on their feet and doing their part in facilitating an answer to their … Continue reading Do You Trust Yourself?
In the book The Answer, authors John Assaraf and Murray Smith talk about the negative messages we receive growing up: By the time you are 17 years old, you’ve heard “No you can’t” an average of 150,000 times. You’ve heard “Yes, you can,” about 5,000 times. That’s thirty no’s for every yes. That makes for … Continue reading You Must First SEE Value in Yourself to Add Value to Yourself
We take time for granted. Many people “kill time” on a daily basis. Yet when it comes to doing things we claim we want to do, we could never “find the time” necessary to do them. Why do we waste so much time? Time is our most valuable resource. We can NEVER make up for … Continue reading The Most Important Choice You’ll Ever Have to Make
If we take judging ourselves and others out of our life, we will mostly be living in paradise - Yogi Bhajan
The Point of Power is in the Present - Jane Roberts How busy our minds are...pondering past situations...trying to wrap our heads around future "what-ifs"...yet NOW is really all we have. I have not yet learned to live in the now. I seem to be a little fearful of staying there, "after all", I think, … Continue reading Bouncing between a stormy past and an unknowable future…
I wanted to share a quote from Debbie Forde. Debbie died on Sunday February 17, 2013 after a long battle with cancer. One of the biggest diseases of our time is people pleasing. People saying 'yes' when they mean 'no.' Then they feel resentful. They can't actually go about and meet their own soul's vision because they're … Continue reading One of the biggest diseases of our time