November 15, 2019 – Tap Into Your Resonance
If you are ever feeling out of sorts, alone or untouched, try telling the story of something that has touched you.
November 1, 2019 – May I Be Filled With Friendliness
Imagine everyone on your bus, in your school, around your city all expressing friendliness to themselves and each other. That’s a pretty great place to live.
October 15, 2019 – The Secret to Slowing Down Your Negative Reactions
We need to practice slowing down our reactions to events that impact us, even those on a national or international level. As we practice doing this, it gets easier. The better we get at it, interestingly enough, the fewer events there are that trigger us.
October 1, 2019 – Focusing Our Attention on the Profound
Disciplined, I learn to see the difference between the distracting and the divine, between the pointless and the profound. In time, I find that I’ve come to internally filter out the things that distract me, which allows me to gently focus on the divine and the profound.
September 15, 2019 – Kindness is Out There Just Waiting to be Found
So I think one of our roles in life is to anonymously plant “pennies,” surprises for people to find without them knowing we planted them.
September 1, 2019 – How to Appreciate the Mundane Tasks in Our Lives
We all have repetitious tasks that may seem tedious, even boring to do, so much so that we might complete them on auto-pilot. But these are often the tasks that need to get to done to ensure the bigger projects get done.
August 15, 2019 – Just What is a Flaw, Anyway?
Are flaws there to teach me humility, to remind me that I’m not perfect and should therefore not expect perfection in others? Is it to provide me something to work on, to grow from, to better myself, knowing I will never be able to “fix” everything? Seen this way, then they are not flaws at all but an important part of who I am.
August 1, 2019 – Ask For What You Want
The lesson here is to be bold, to ask for what you want. The answer often is yes. When you don’t ask, the answer is always no.