Category Archives: Wisdom
56th Associate yourself with men of good quality, if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in bad company. In October of 2006, our family traveled to California for the wedding of one … Continue reading
“Bread is like the sun. It rises in the yeast and sets in the waist” Author unknown, but smart.
…one must first strive to calm the thoughts. The constant movement of the mind prevents it from entering into the heart, which is the only place where it may find true peace and solace. Bishop Irenei Steenberg The Beginnings of … Continue reading
“To catch a squirrel, one first must become like a squirrel” —Master Po? Thanks, Carla for the photo.
You hear, but are you listening? You exist, but are you living? You look, but do you see?
When situations aren’t quite the way I had hoped or planned for, and I’m just glad that another day is over . . . There is one thing I can count on. The group, love attack when I walk in the door. No … Continue reading
“Jesus never called a human being a sinner.” Robert H. Schuller He may not have used the word, but Jesus did point out to certain people that they were on the wrong path. Once, an encounter ended with “Neither do … Continue reading
“You have brains in your head and feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose”. Dr. Seuss. (Theodor Seuss Geisel)
I stumbled upon this today and have filed it away in my “Notes to self” folder. “My little brother just asked, “Why are people so nice to the people who are about to die?” And I told him that we … Continue reading
Here is something to think about as we get closer to New Year’s Eve. This theory may work well with most forms of self-development, but it does have limitations.