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.
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.
This is an affirmation to be honest with yourself and where you stand right now–before you move on to later steps in healing or happiness that you’re truly not ready for yet. None of us can successfully skip any step in healing our hurts.
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.
You make a difference by learning and by teaching, and you teach with every step you take in this life–everything you say and do and think contributes to the peace or discord of the world. May these world peace quotes inspire us all to teach real peace in the world today.
Let’s remake our definition of love so that it’s more open and generous. Love is not a finite resource — the opportunities to experience the presence of love are limitless if we know what we’re looking for. With this perspective, the meaning of love is given new life, every moment.
May these words, and the positive intentions nestled between these paragraphs, remind us that peace on earth begins with each of us.
This poem is a tribute to my dad, who passed earlier this year, and to every other Daddy’s Little Girl who misses theirs.