Every act of appreciation is a seed planted, which blooms into something beautiful, something more to appreciate. Asking how to express gratitude is kin to wondering how we can make our lives more beautiful.
We long for peace, though we may go about it different ways. These mantras will help fortify our internal peace so that we can extend it into every relationship, and not wait for others to bestow that gift first. Happy relationships happen when we prioritize happiness first.
These quotes about making new friends are truly celebrations of the human capacity for unconditional love and compassion. Whether you think you need a new friend or not, contemplate the sweetness that might enter your life if you offer someone a bit of your heart today.
This is a short love poem in honor of someone who has made a profound impact on my life… Without your love, I would be blind to the way life glimmers, I would miss the joy of it, and I thank you for what you’ve given me.
Going back home can mean many things depending on what “home” means to you. Whether home means people, a place, a state of mind, or peace inside, I think many of these quotes about home will resonate with you, too.
I’m sharing these grief quotes not to make you or I feel better, but to remind us that it hurts because it mattered, and it will always matter.
Separation is rampant in the world today, as it has been for so long. Fear has destroyed friendships, and hope has crumbled in despair. Today, let your task be this: to be the love you want to experience more often, so that there’s a little more heaven on earth.
Relationships don’t need to be romantic in order to be based in love, which is the message of these relationship quotes–and this is a message that’s especially relevant right now.
Be good to yourself, because the love you harbor becomes a guiding light for others to do the same; you brighten the world inside and out.
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.