“To think according to appearances is easy, to think Truth regardless of appearances is laborious and requires the expenditure of more power than any other work man is called upon to perform.” – Wallace D. Wattles
I NEVER heard this before…
Standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial before a live and televised crowd of millions, Dr. King began to observe something unsettling. He had been delivering the speech as written, pausing regularly for dramatic effect, but more importantly, to see how his intended message was landing.
Some eleven minutes in, he realized he had a problem. The speech he’d prepared wasn’t landing the way it needed to. If he kept on message, some of the power of the moment, and the attention of the world, would have been lost. Right around then, gospel singer Mahalia Jackson shouted “Tell them about the dream, Martin.”
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I love Facebook as much as anyone else. I could hug the stuffing out of Mark Zuckerberg. What amazes me is how many people are in need of guidance and how much of what is given does nothing to guide people on the path to healing.
Choosing to stay or leave a relationship is up to the individual(s). Figuring out why you and/or your partner are facing your particular obstacles is NEVER optional if you wish to free yourself from them. Life is full of challenges so wouldn’t it be wiser to learn how to enjoy them? We suffer when we don’t understand how life works and obstacles are unavoidable, this is the nature of reality. You can breakup with people because you see them as the source of your suffering but you cannot divorce your karma (thoughts, words, actions), it is wiser to learn how to transform.
Take it away, Teddy
- Tackling a new area (theworkittakes.wordpress.com)
- Relationship Advice for Men and Women Provided by New Blog… (prweb.com)
Our website just went live and we are so excited about our introduction to the world!
It was only through the brilliance and support of a talented artist and friend that we could make this possible in such breakneck speed.
It is great to have the support of great people but if we do not learn to cultivate more of these kind of supportive relationships we are missing the boat. We are not born with crystal balls, we never know from where our blessings will flow. We must make a daily practice of opening our hearts, trusting that we are protected and that everyone and everything possesses the potential for benefit.
- Hack Your Life in One Day: A Beginner’s Guide to Enhanced Productivity (lifehacker.com)
- 10 Hacks That Can Change Your Day Immediately (lifehack.org)
- Sleep Hacks: How to Sleep Better (slideshare.net)
Happiness that is dependent upon circumstances is short-lived. Happiness derived from facing life’s challenges and transforming all manners of obstacles into victory makes happiness a character trait and not an elusive mood dependent upon favorable circumstances.
Here’s a great article!
I’m delighted to be a guest on The Reinvention Channel’s Spotlight Interview Series on Monday, January 7th at 8:30 am PST. The mission of the Spotlight Interview Series is to “help women transform depression into the catalyst for reinventing themselves and living a creative and victorious life for the betterment of our world.”
Ever meet someone who is bitter? What are they bitter about, something that happened in the past. What has time changed? Developing our humanity takes a transformative philosophy coupled with the effort to apply its principles in your life.