Contrary to popular opinion — as concerns being around someone who has just set us off: the real task before us is not to try to change him or her, or take control of the unwanted moment. Rather (it is) […]
Question: Can you explain to me about forgiveness? Is forgiveness (and “making amends”) something that I (a recovering addict) need to address? It seems silly to think I need to drag up every person from my past that I did […]
When it comes to dealing with others who have failed to meet our expectations, let us never forget the following: their choices in the past that may have caused us pain ought never blindly determine how we treat them in […]
Why does it seem so hard to be kind to those who may have hurt us, when kindness itself is a gentle master? We must realize in our moment of need that the only thing being “hard” on us is […]
It seems almost inevitable: At some point, somewhere in our journey, we feel betrayed by someone or something. A friend lies, a loved one dies, our favorite pet prefers the company of someone else, you name it. And regardless of […]
Whoever I am, Whatever you see is As nothing at all, Save what Love has made me.
Key Lesson: In this world, whoever tries to save himself from the fear of being seen as “nothing” — or as a “no one” — saves nothing but his fears. Make The Fear Of Being “No One” Fade Away “I […]
Guy Finley explains that you have the capacity to pour your heart and soul into something you love without getting personally caught up in the outcome.
In this podcast, Guy Finley reveals two incredibly powerful words that can help any sincere heart wake up to God’s Life.
We can’t change others—or the purpose of any given moment as it unfolds—but we can work to place one less demand upon both. Only in this action can we hope to find the freedom for which we seek, because the […]