Monday, February 28, 2011
When making decisions, I remember two important things: (1) do not judge yesterday by the knowledge and information you have today; the best decision possible was made with information available at that time. The present does bring with it some new insights that were not available before this moment; if you had known differently, you would have acted differently. (2) There is no such thing as a bad decision. All decisions serve a singular purpose—to lead you along the path that will introduce you to yourself. It is only through seeming adversity that we become intimate with who we really are, how we truly feel and what we need to learn.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Monday, February 14, 2011
tribulations are inevitable. It is these experiences that force our soul to grow. Whenever I am
experiencing any discomfort (feelings of anger, jealously, illness or financial distress), I know
what to do. During these times, I concentrate on my blessings and clear my mind of any
unforgiving attitudes I may harbor. I think about the good things in my life and get busy looking
for the new gems awaiting my discovery. I remind myself that everyone is trying to find
their way back to Spirit and judging them is not my responsibility.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
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