The Wooden Bowl 14 y
Here's a little sory about acceptance and respect.
The Wooden Bowl
A frail old man went to live with his son, daughter-in-law,and
four-year old grandson. The old man’s hands trembled, his eyesight was
blurred, and his step faltered. The family ate together at the table.
But the elderly grandfather’s shaky hands and failing sight made
eating difficult. Peas rolled off his spoon onto the floor. When he grasped
the glass, milk spilled on the tablecloth.
The son and daughter-in-law became irritated with the mess. ”We must
do something about father,” said the son. ”I’ve had enough of his
spilled milk, noisy eating, and food on the ... read more
Live With Quality 14 y
"Your life is a unique and most precious thing. Choose to live it with quality in every moment."
Live with quality
Making life faster does not make it better. Enjoy the opportunity to
savor each moment, each encounter, each experience.
Having too much of something does not add any real value to your life.
Choose to enjoy freedom from the excesses that would weigh you down.
Pretending to be someone you’re not will gain you nothing. Live
authentically, and put the power of truth on your side.
Worrying, fretting, fighting and resenting will never help to move you
forward. Keep peace in your heart, in your thoughts, in your actions,
and you’ll add real value to your world.
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Negative Habits 14 y
Some thoughts of reogrganizing neagtive thoughts.
If you continue to practice negative habits, even though you know
they’re not in your best interest, what kind of a message are you sending to
yourself? You’re giving yourself the mistaken impression that you’re
not worthy of controlling your own actions.
But you are worthy of the best life has to offer. And it is up to you
to act like it.
The next time you hear that little voice saying ”I really don’t need to
be doing this” look at it as an opportunity. See it as a chance to say
no to that negative habit and to say yes to your best possibilities.
You could give in to the temp ... read more
Calm 14 y
Achieving with calmness holds a key to power and coherency.
Often we get up in the morning and
once our mind kicks in to gear we
mentally run through all the things we
need to get done that day.
Within a few minutes we are frantically
running around trying to get everything
and everyone organized for the day.
When we start off by filling our minds
with high voltage activity we usually
spend the rest of the day
feeling anxious and stressed.
Tomorrow morning take a few moments
instead to fill your mind and soul with
calm. Before you jump out of bed, enjoy
a few minutes of peaceful relaxation.
Reflect on he importance of harmony, ... read more
Listen to the Void 14 y
" Five minutes of communing with silence can leave
you feeling vibrant and connected to the universe."
Listening To The Void
All sounds, from a whisper to a classical symphony,
arise out of silence and disappear into silence. But silence is always
there beneath sound and is the space where sound can exist. We tend to
think of silence as the absence of sound, but silence has its own weight
and quality. When you listen to silence, you can perceive its intense depth and power. Taking the time to experience silence calms the mind and rejuvenates the body.
Silence is the void where we can hear the many sounds that we often
ignore - the voice of our intuition telling us the t ... read more
Spread Joy 14 y
Beale Donald Walsch relates the importance of spreading joy.
I Spread Joy Around Me And Celebrate Life
Spread joy around you. You can do that with something as simple as a
smile, a laugh, a word of encouragement to a fellow traveler, a favor for
a friend, a helping hand for a parent.
Share love with everyone, in the form that your soul tells you is most
appropriate to the moment and to the kind of relationship that you have
with each person -- and with yourself.
Go now and create your world as you would have it be. Go now and
celebrate your life, and everything that makes you ”you”. Go now and recreate
yourself anew in the ... read more
Courage Quotes 14 y
Some courage quotes...
”Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.”
~ Anais Nin
”Courage is just fear holding on a minute longer.”
~ Kathryn A. Piersall
”To see what is right and not to do it, is want of courage.”
~ Confucius Analects
”The greatest test of courage on the earth is to bear defeat without
~ R. G. Ingersoll
”Courage is the price that Life exacts for granting peace.”
~ Amelia Earhart
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Escape from Darkness 14 y
Here are some thoughts on pain and belief systems.
Escape From Darkness
Everything here is everywhere;
What is not here is nowhere at all.
This world is subject to manifold uncertainties. Making the human body
secure is difficult or impossible. If it is not fed regularly, it
starves. If it is not protected from the elements, it becomes ill or dies.
It is subject to accidents: it can easily be crushed, broken, burned.
There appears to be little or no possibility of living much beyond the
Financial security is a chimera, shaky in the best of times. At any
moment, the meaning and structure of our li ... read more
Mark of a Champ 14 y
Winning is a psychology, an imprent of thought forms that make up "the winner."
The Mark of a Champion
Everyone loves to be a champion. But not everyone knows how to be one.
In every endeavor we all say we’ll be THE NUMBER 1. But when asked how, we
say, ”I’ll use my lucky charm!”
Most achievers will answer, ”Luck has very little to do with it.” Being
Number 1 takes much more than luck. It takes inspiration, persistence,
and faith. Luck is a ”nice-to-have.”
A professional adheres to four P’s. We will share with you these four
P’s and if you have what it takes, first congratulate yourself for being a
Set goals. Devise ... read more
Healing in Sacred Time 14 y
From using quantum holigrams to meditation, there is a paradigm that is reawakening in our collective conscious. It is the stuff of true healing.
Healing In Sacred Time
By Alberto Villoldo
By my mid-twenties I was the youngest clinical professor at San
Francisco State University, directing my own laboratory, the Biological
Self-Regulation Lab. I was investigating how energy medicine and
visualization techniques could change the chemistry of the brain. Using
energy medicine, we were able to radically increase the production of
endorphins-the natural brain chemicals responsible for reducing pain and
creating ecstatic states. It wasn’t long before my lab research left me
wanting more. I was on my way to proving the mind, b ... read more
Heart, Mind & Body 14 y
"Research conducted in the field of psychoneuroimmuneology has confirmed without a doubt that our thoughts and feelings have a dynamic effect of health and well-being."
Understanding the Relationship
Between Heart, Mind & Body
By Howard Martin
Vitality, regeneration, wellness, preventative medicine, holistic
health, anti-aging, we hear these words frequently as millions of us
are seeking to maintain our health in the presence of Father Time. More
and more we find ourselves focusing on staying vital and disease free
and above all we desire to live a quality life as long as we possibly
In the quest for better health and longevity many stay on the
hunt for the latest treatments, healing methodologies, exotic herbs and
supplements, atten ... read more
A Few Minutes 14 y
I think everyone can relate to this especially when we remeber our childhood or have a very healthy inner child.
Just A Few More Minutes.
By Sara Henderson
Just a few more minutes. please, Mommy!”
Although my own children were grown, I found myself turning
instinctively in the direction of the little voice.
He was trailing after his mother, looking reluctantly over his shoulder
at a display of remote-control toys in the large department store.
He couldn’t have been more than four years old. With chubby cheeks and
wispy blond hair, he trotted behind his mother down the main aisle of
the department store. His boots caught my eye. They were green. Really
green. Bright, shiny, Kermit- ... read more
A Sandpiper 14 y
A true story.
A Sandpiper To Bring You Joy
By Robert Peterson, (A True Story)
She was six years old when I first met her on the beach near where I
live. I drive to this beach, a distance of three or four miles, whenever
the world begins to close in on me. She was building a sandcastle or
something and looked up, her eyes as blue as the sea.
”Hello,” she said.
I answered with a nod, not really in the mood to bother with a small
”I’m building,” she said.
”I see that. What is it?” I asked, not caring.
”Oh, I don’t know, I just like the feel of sand.”
That sounds good, I t ... read more
Love Is... 14 y
Here is a decent description of what love is.
What is that yearning within the heart, that ache that turns love from
giving into a futile quest to get? What is that emptiness that you are
seeking to fill?
It can be filled, of course, by giving yourself love, by opening
yourself to the flow of endless love from the universe. But it can also be
filled by allowing the love which fills your heart for others to be a
great gift instead of a drama or the solution to a problem.
Love is. And if you are fortunate enough to love someone else, then
allow that love to be a gift to you, a gift that fills you, whether ... read more
Everything Is Okay 14 y
"We need living examples among us who are confident, loving, kind, courageous, and generous. As individuals, being excessively worried about our personal and national safety doesn't support these ideals."
Everything Is Going To Be Okay
I Trust That Things Are Unfolding As They Are Meant To
Worrying about things we have no control over is counterproductive. It
makes you tense -- which, in turn, ruins your judgment. When you are
worried, you live in a state of fear. This makes it difficult, if not
impossible, to be loving, helpful, and kind on a day-to-day, moment-
to-moment basis. And being kind is what the world needs most at this time.
We need living examples among us who are confident, loving, kind,
courageous, and generous. As individuals, being excessively worried about
... read more
Live Deliberately 14 y
"Sadly, very few people on this planet live deliberately. Instead of sucking all the marrow out of life, the unchosen lives they reluctantly lead are sucking all the marrow out of their souls."
To Live Deliberately
by Alan Cohen
”I went to the woods because I wanted to live deliberately.
I wanted to love deep and suck out all the marrow of life.”
Sadly, very few people on this planet live deliberately. Instead of
sucking all the marrow out of life, the unchosen lives they reluctantly lead
are sucking all the marrow out of their souls. Waitresses, cab drivers, and
bank tellers look tired, angry, and balled up with frustration.
This is not because joy is not available, but because they do not know
that their heart’s desires are available for the asking ... read more
Life Purpose Flash 14 y
Do you enjoy what you do? Tou should because life is precious.
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Here is a flash presentation that speaks to the importance of life purpose. It was produced by James Arthur Ray and it is called ”pragmatic.”
Pragmatic Flash Presentation
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