Sometimes when we flail, fight and resist, we only sink deeper, perhaps even drown in our unwanted reality.
The rock and river are very different and they still find a way to coexist. The same is true for us in our relationships.
If you do not understand the roots of someone's suffering, you can’t help.
We can change bad habits of thinking in ways filled with distrust, pessismism, conflict, sorrow and jealousy.
There are 3 key cancers of the mind that result in damage to yourself and to others.
Often we cannot love ourselves or others fully when we are stuck in our own complexes.
A good partner wants you to find love and beauty within yourself.
Often we think we’re balanced when, in reality, that balance is fragile. We only need a slight breeze to blow for us to fall down.
We can remind young people that they’re already beautiful as they are; they don’t have to be someone else.
When we listen deeply with all our heart. we will begin to see the other person more deeply and understand them better.