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.
When we attack, we cannot love. The intent of these relationship mantras is to lighten the drama and inspire more peaceful interactions. May these words serve you by helping you to prioritize love and happiness over anything else.
These positive mantras are for those times when frustration, stress, anger, arguments, and overreactions are tempting to diminish your peace, and muddy your relationships.
Self-compassion is a priceless gift you give to yourself and everyone around you. Being good to yourself is not a trend or a luxury or selfish indulgence; it’s a necessary ingredient to lasting joy, inner peace, and a deep fondness for one’s own life.
Give solely for the pure joy of giving, and you’ll uncover one of the greatest secrets to living a good and happy life. These quotes about helping others speak to the divine experience of giving without the need or want for anything in return—it’s one of the most powerful feelings in the world.
In every ego-driven attempt to judge–someone else for their apparent shortcomings, the situation for what it’s lacking, or yourself for what you’re lacking–the world becomes gloomy. Instead of darkening the day by pointing a finger, let’s try to judge less and love more. We’ll be happier as a result of this shift of perception.
The benefits of nature are far-reaching, having a profound impact on our brains, bodies, and behaviors. This post is a dedication to two of the ways in which Mother Nature nurtures our experience as human beings. I hope it inspires you to step outside and remember what it’s like to feel truly, deeply alive.