Answer: Have *I* ever met the devil? Yes, I have. In fact, I have lived with the devil my entire life. So have you. (Don’t be afraid.) 🙂 Before I expound, I ask you to do some reflection. Reflect back,
Commonly regarded as a genius, Einstein declared, “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. And I’m not sure about the former.” In more endearing terms, a popular meme is: From the common sense of popular memes, to the
Trust. And practice. Moment by moment. Thought choice by thought choice. Pay vigilant attention to “How do I feel Now?… Now?… Now?…” Never allow a now moment to establish the roots of lack of trust or fear or doubt. In
This is a trick question. 🙂 To be “absolute” is to be pure, unadulterated, whole, complete. To “exist” is to be INcomplete, Impure, adulterated, to lack “Realness” and yet to SEEM real. Picture, if you will, the difference between a
Being “authentic” or “true to yourself” is Your (capital Y) goal… whether you (lower case y) recognize it yet or not. 🙂 Authenticity is the state of a pure little child (usually around 3–4) who has not yet adopted Inauthenticity.
“What’s the point of apologizing in a world full of unforgiving people?” I was recently asked for my perspective on this. Here was my response: The point of apologizing is to re-establish good feeling. Contrary to common belief, apologizing is
I was recently asked: “How do I get rid of my sarcastic attitude?” I responded: “You are half way there! 🙂 Being mature enough to look at and acknowledge a characteristic about your self, decide that you desire to change
I was recently asked the question: “Is it better to share our struggles with someone we trust or to keep them private?” I begin my answer by sharing a little-understood principle and how I have applied it in my personal
“Taking care of one’s self” is the most pro-active and essential activity one can undertake. All have experienced relationships that have involved pain of varying sorts. It is impossible to escape mortal life unscathed. The list of ‘go-to’s’ is long.
As a young girl, there was a book filled with stories and wisdom that shaped my view of the world and my place in it. “The Book of Mormon” was far from fictional to me then. Though touted as a