I’m not about to let something out that lies deep in my heart, even though I may not have much there to share. I have always felt I am an open book. 255 more words
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The Secret by Rhonda Byrne is not just a bestselling novel, it also serves as a cheat sheet to life which all of us should swear by. 68 more words
According to the Greater Good Science Center, forgiveness is defined by psychologists as a “conscious, deliberate decision to release feelings of resentment or vengeance toward a person or group who has harmed you, regardless of whether they actually deserve your forgiveness.” 545 more words
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Nothing could be easier than living in a world where your thoughts become things…as long as you know what all of your 60,000 thoughts per day are, none are in contradiction, and the beliefs that give rise to those thoughts are empowering, abundant, and preferably rooted in the Truths of Being.
We all know The 10 Commandments, right? I’ll take that as a yes, now moving on.
I think rules to live by are best “inflicted” on one’s self, rather than trying to enforce them on others (although if you want to try any of the ones that follow, then feel free); just recently I came across a few other kind rule-things of a kind, the first one could work well as a daily challenge; perhaps stick it above your desk, whereas the others, being long lists and hard to absorb and take on in one fell swoop could be written individually on small slips of paper and chosen at random each day, especially the second list where some are more like daily proverbs. 607 more words