Inspired by my visit to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary: You are precious, unique in all the world, and valued beyond measure. And so is everyone around you. Don’t just nod your head. Think about it. Take it in.
Syd Banks talks about trusting a feeling. But there is a huge difference between noticing and navigating from that lovely feeling and being attached to the feeling itself.
Two steps forward, one step back may be a problematic strategy for running a marathon. But what if life is not a race, but a dance? And what if YOU get to choose which one it will be?
Often we long for spiritual connection and wish we could experience more of it in our relationships, our work, our world. But the connection we seek isn’t a function of what we are looking FOR, it is a function of what we are looking FROM. To experience more of it, we simply need to pause, settle down, and come home to what we already know about who we really are.
The title says it all, except for this: “No, really.” In every situation, including horrific ones, worrying doesn’t help. Caring helps. Love helps. And the less we worry, the clearer our minds and freer our hearts to express caring and love.
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Albert Einstein once remarked to Werner Heisenberg, “Whether you can observe a thing or not depends on the theory which you use. It is the theory which decides what can be observed.” When we operate from the basis that there is or can be anything fundamentally wrong with us or another being, we cannot possibly see the Divine in each of us. When we operate from the insight that we are all expressions of the Divine, seeing it becomes an inescapable part of our experiences.
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