Possibly the quickest way to feel better when you feel bad is to give what you can, where you can. Giving makes you feel good, because in a spiritual sense, you get what you give; what you see in the world outside of you is a reflection of what you have given.
With every post on social media, every comment made to a friend or stranger, and every word we choose to express our feelings is either spreading love or spreading fear. It is our task, and our responsibility, to be conscious of what we’re contributing to in the world.
Love is the way I let go of who I thought I was this whole time, and accept that I’m more than the small thoughts that race through my mind and the chaotic patterns that bring me down. Love is more than a feeling–it’s the way to peace inside and outside.
Being in a “bad mood” really stems from the notion of not having enough joy and love in our lives. Here are five reminders that you’re good enough, and your life is good enough, because you can cultivate more love where it’s lacking and amplify the joy in every day.
Peace only comes when you include all people in your tribe. It can be a challenge, but let’s consider it our spiritual assignment to love each other when we’re tempted to do anything but.
The power of gratitude is displayed in the way it enables us to see the beauty in all things, and the light that’s present in everyone. There’s something to learn in each experience, and with thankful thoughts and a forgiving heart, we can uncover those lessons with more grace and less pain.
Let your light shine; you have it for a reason. You have a wellspring of light within you, and it’s all you need to illuminate your life as well as the lives of all those you meet today.
We hear the phrase, but do we really live for today? We hear the call to be more mindful, but do we heed the call? Your past can be transformed today, and your future can resemble the awareness that you bring to this day. Affirm to treat today as if it were the miracle that […]
Some say forgiveness doesn’t change the past, but it does change the future. What if forgiveness did change the past–that is, how we view the past in our minds and how we feel about the past in our hearts? I think it’s possible, because that miracle has been bestowed upon me. The forgiveness quotes shared […]
Compassion is a sense of shared suffering, a feeling of empathy toward another individual in need combined with the desire to help. Let us remove any obstacles to opening our hearts and minds to others by remembering how to be compassionate, and by healing ourselves in the process.