Most of us have been trained to live in separation. We split our experiences into pairs of opposites like good and evil, “you” and “me”, and all manner of things we like and dislike.
I was thinking about the movie Big Hero 6 today. As I was thinking about it, I connected with the character Baymax and the example he set a key facet of good and strong relationships.
I ran into where he was, grabbed his shoulder and when he turned around, I punched him straight in the stomach.
We can find joy in all of our life's seasons. In fact, we bring the joy.
Photographers have a wide variety of lenses to use when taking pictures. They will sometimes use many different lenses to shoot the same thing. This gives different perspectives. This same is true in our lives.
True love is like the sun, shining its own light and offering that light to everyone.
When we practice the art of mindful living, we water the positive elements in ourselves and each other.
Many of us think our daily nourishment only in terms of what we eat. In fact, there are four kinds of food that we consume every day.
Without making mistakes, there is no way to learn. If you can learn from your mistakes, then you have already transformed garbage into flowers.
When you remove the conflict within yourself, you also remove the conflict between yourself and others.