It is by learning to be kind to ourselves that we establish the habit of kindness that can diffuse the anger and hatred that confronts us day by day.
When the cry of “Why Me?” bubbles up in your heart, ask yourself, “Why not me?” and you may find that your trials are your greatest blessings after all.
Often it is the things we carry with us that are our stumbling blocks. Let go of these blocks and spend move forward toward who you were really meant to be.
In the midst of the struggle against what is happening to us, it may be helpful to stop and consider if we aren’t fighting the very thing that is best for us.
Trying to understand a child’s perspective instead of imposing our will upon them may help us avoid inflicting trauma on one another.
What if we stopped defining ourselves by what we “do” and started being true to who we really are? You are the one who chooses what defines you.
Concentrating on what you have instead of what you lack will fill your life with gratitude and joy as you recognize that life is full of abundance.
Don’t live in fear of making mistakes. Learn to correct your mistakes, give help where you can, and then let go of someone else’s story.
We often tie ourselves in knots of fear with stories of what might happen. If we learn to rewrite our stories, we can let go of fear and be free.
Why burden yourself with a load of anxiety caused by procrastination when you could clear your roadblocks by doing now what needs to be done?