I’m repeatedly acknowledging the importance of being unique, being you, and not rendering ourselves a slave to outside approval. Why? Because it’s not something we control. Because our own standards should be […]
Ask yourself, who are the people that make your life happier and more fulfilled? Let them know how much they mean to you. Make sure you get enough one on one and quality time with the key people and positive difference makers in your life.
Imagine, one day you’re king and the next day you’re not. Literally. That’s the story of Joseph Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon, who was made King of Naples and Spain, only to be […]
Often we exert so much time and energy worrying about the wrong things. Living in a state of reaction is a poor way to live. I have come to understand on the […]
Empathy means equality; empathy says, ‘I get it. We’re the same. Let’s share that problem and work through it’.
Just three. They are, he said, in this order: Returning love for hate. Including the excluded. Admitting you are wrong.
On a larger level, living well is as a kind of civic duty we should each own. All of us are from different regions. But share a common goal. If you step backward you can observe how we, ourselves, are
Mentally it should give you that empowered, grateful, selfless, bonus-round attitude best captured by Martin Luther King Jr., who said these words, just hours before he would suddenly and fatally meet an assassin’s bullet:
I’m not going to say, that cheating or lying or murdering should be avoided out of fear of future punishments at the hands of God.