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1. I believe the more I comfort and fill myself with thoughts of a “brighter tomorrow,” the better off I am, but I can see… all discontentment belongs to an inconsolable level of self that doesn’t exist without seeking something […]

The first step, and in some ways the most difficult along the upper Way, is the separation of the false from what is real; imagine what happens when someone you think is your friend is suddenly seen as always having […]

Learn never to blame another for the pain you feel, nor to complain about anything that life brings to your door; but this doesn’t mean to be accepting of those who would see you ache, nor should you be apathetic […]

Never agree that you are powerless in the face of dark and unwanted moments, because instead of mindlessly aching you can always reclaim your attention and remember this truth: The Light of God is greater than any shadows come over […]

Moment to moment things happen in the only way possible; we can either live in denial of this fact or, by facing it, find that freedom and surrender always appear together in the now.

The pain of worrying about growing older is not “normal” as we have come to think of it. Instead, we are meant to welcome the changes of aging in order to prepare us to serve something Higher . . .

No struggle of ours is ever with any one moment in and of itself, but our battles take place within the swirling content of what we have named as being the nature of that same moment. What do we ever […]

Any lingering sense of sadness that permeates one’s life cannot be separated from the “smallness” of that person’s life. Work to connect yourself to the “allness” of life — instead of identifying with the smallness of it — and you’ll […]

The sooner you stop agreeing to entertain “poor me” thoughts and feelings, the sooner you’ll see the following: being unhappy is for people who believe the only way to climb out of a mud hole is by digging deeper into […]

Being able to release one’s resistance to any unwanted moments does more than help to change the tide of events; it proves that there’s always a safe harbor available… if we’ll just remember to “swim” for it!