The heart speaks softly. To hear its wisdom, understand its promptings, interpret its guidance, we must be quiet and still … and listen with our soul.
Nourishment isn’t just about feeding our bodies. We must feed our minds, our hearts, our souls. If not, the body may live, but we die inside.
If you can maintain your sense of humor, no matter what or whom you encounter, you’ve found at least one of the paths to inner peace.
Courage is often quiet, seen only if one looks with an understanding and compassionate eye. We are each courageous in our own way, every day.
Wonder requires a child’s naivete…a tender and open heart, and a willingness to believe in the magic that’s all around us. Do you believe?
Joy isn’t created by happy thoughts or a positive attitude. It arises unbidden from a deep, wordless place…leaving us speechless and full of awe.
Gratitude is seeing and acknowledging the blessings that populate your life, every day, every moment. What blessings are right in front of you, right this minute?
Loving—really loving—someone takes truckloads of courage. You must learn to be both strong and vulnerable. You must learn to hold tight but let go.
True quiet is rare these days. Not only because of man-made noise, but also because we are so “busy” internally. Get quiet. What do you hear?