“Feelings are just visitors, let them come and go.” – Mooji “It is both a blessing and a curse to feel everything so very deeply.” – d.j. “The worst battle … Continue reading Feelings
“Life was like the ice on an early-winter pond: more fragile than it appeared to be, riddled by hidden fractures, with a cold darkness below.” – Dean Koontz “Yet you … Continue reading The Fragility of Our Existence
“To love without knowing how to love wounds the person we love.” – Thich Nhat Hanh “Learning to love takes time. It takes safety and surrender. It takes truth and … Continue reading Learning to Love God’s Way
“What makes you vulnerable makes you beautiful” – Brene Brown “Vulnerability is terrifying. The courage it takes to reveal your heart is one of the most daunting, and yet rewarding … Continue reading Vulnerability Misunderstood
“The most important consequence of self-sufficiency is freedom. Self-sufficiency is the greatest of all wealth.” – Epicurus “Happiness belongs to the self-sufficient.” – Aristotle “Self-sufficiency leads to empowerment.” – Meenakshi … Continue reading The Self-Deception Behind Self-Sufficiency
“Happiness can only exist in acceptance.” – George Orwell “Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. Always work with it, not against it. This … Continue reading Coming to a Place of Acceptance
Words can be so powerful. They can lift us up or tear us down – give us hope or fill us with despair. Even the words of a complete stranger … Continue reading I Will Not, I Will Not, I Will Not!
“More than anything, I want to know God.” – Phillip Yancy “Before you pray, spend a moment to fully understand WHAT it is you are about to do and WHO … Continue reading Who Do You Pray To?
Life can be hectic, hurried, confusing, anxiety-ridden, and tiring at times. Not every day is like this, but today my life matched each of these adjectives! I’m sure you can … Continue reading Ten Promises to Live By
“The whole world is a series of miracles, but we are so used to seeing them that we call them ordinary things.” – Hans Christian Andersen “There are two ways … Continue reading The Mindfulness of Miracles