You must hunger for it. Your motivation must be absolutely compelling in order to overcome the obstacles that will invariably come your way.” ~ Les Brown Give all of your love and attention to what it is you want. Live […]
It is not enough to stare up the steps–we must step up the stairs. Do one small thing that moves you toward your dreams; and do one every day. Before you know it, you’ll be there and your dreams will […]
This virtue manifests in your life as service to others without any expectation of reward. Once again, when you extend yourself in a spirit of giving, helping or loving, you act as God acts. As you consider the many excuses […]
the four cardinal virtues represent the surest way to leave habits and excuses behind and reconnect to your original nature. The more your life is harmonized with the four virtues, the less you’re controlled by the uncompromising ego. The Third […]
and noted that when we practice them as a way of life, we come to know and access the truth of the universe. These four virtues don’t represent external dogma, but a part of our original nature–by practicing them, we […]
begins with a single step.” ~ Lao Tzu Living a fruitful life doesn’t have to be difficult. There are four simple rules that can help you on the journey to connecting to your Source. By practicing these four concepts, you […]
The problem is your attitude about the problem. Again, your thoughts are the most powerful thing you possess. Change what you ‘think’ about the problem, and the problem will change. It will become something that you can quite easily handle.
The blessing with your name on it may be much closer than you think! Hang in there…the best is yet to come!
To keep your balance, you must keep moving!” ~ Albert Einstein Make one step towards your life’s purpose. And if you don’t know what that is yet, do something that’s out of the ordinary…out of your routine. It doesn’t have […]
when the sun goes down, the stars come out! Have faith that there is a wonderful plan for your life. All you have to do is step out of the way. Ask a question, expect an answer, and follow the […]