Only when the pleasure of being by ourselves either equals or
exceeds that contentment that we feel in the company of others,
are we capable of being unshakably true to ourselves, as well as
those with whom we gather.
Guy Finley explores the popular passage “Ask and you shall receive,” and discusses what it means to really ask with a whole heart.
Love never anticipates life; anticipation arises from wanting something more from life than it offers in the moment, which means the father of anticipation is a close relative of greed.