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The real reason for our impatience is not the condition upon which we blame it: impatience — along with its dark fraternal twin, frustration — is born of our refusal to realize some present limitation and to remain conscious of […]

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 […]

It is only what you do right now that is the seed of change. Your conscious choice for real change in the present moment automatically cancels the need for a better you in a better future. All will be better for you now, […]

No matter how many crowns may seem to temporarily adorn the top of his or her head… no one who fights with life wins anything real. ***** The great ones in life are not those who are handed silver spoons. […]

There is a secret uncertainty in our dreams that drives us to seed and re-seed them time and time again, for even as we harvest the hope at the heart of each one, no sooner does its luster fade then […]

Unless our “productivity” in life serves to increase our soul’s receptivity to the Living Light — then all that we make for ourselves is an emptiness that passing time never fails to reveal.

Patience can be a great virtue, while learning to push ahead often proves invaluable to those who prevail; but only a marriage of these two spirits can grant us true success, because in their union we are empowered with a […]

As promised in the last blog, following are five ways that we can work to develop real patience within ourselves: 1. We must develop the patience to let disturbances pass by without picking them up: This means we need to […]

The secret fragrance of the present moment is the understanding that Real Life is forever flowering.

Sometime early in the fifth century, a small fishing boat ran into a sudden unexpected squall. The storm shattered its mast and, without a sail, it soon drifted out of familiar waters and into the sea of a neighboring but […]