“Like the bud of a flower, change forces us to surrender to growth.
It makes us vulnerable.
It requires us to enlarge, expand and become bigger.
Like the oxygen provided with each breath, we are denied its benefits until we relax and breathe in.”
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There is really no such thing as conditional and unconditional love –
There are conditions, and there is love. – Sadhguru
Continue reading “Universal Connection”
“Without struggle, success has no value” – Buddha
Continue reading “Separation”
“In Jekyll’s last letter, the reader finally gets a firsthand account of what it was like for Jekyll to turn into Hyde. When Jekyll first sees himself as Hyde in the mirror, he sees not a monster but a friend. Jekyll strangely feels peace when facing his savage side, rather than complete repulsion. Jekyll finally accepts that he, just like every other human, has both good and evil in his or her nature. As a product of a society that encourages repression, Jekyll realizes that facing one’s own evil nature leads to peace.”
Continue reading “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”
“I am not broken. I am transitioning. Be patient with me” – Karen Lang
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“Silence is the great teacher, and to learn its lessons, you must pay attention to it. There is no substitute for the creative inspiration, knowledge, and stability that come from knowing how to contact your core of inner silence.” – Deepak Chopra
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“It’s not enough to wish, dream and hope. Even children know this. We must set sail into the sea of uncertainty. We must meet fear face-to-face. We must take our dreams as maps for a greater journey. Dreams, to come true, need a good story. So go live one.” Vironika Tugaleva
Continue reading “Two Perspectives”
“Fear is a natural reaction to moving closer to the truth” – Pema Chödrön
Continue reading “Be in this Moment”
“We must be unafraid of what is difficult. For all living things in nature must unfold in their particular way and become themselves at any cost, and despite all opposition.” Rilke
Continue reading “Rise Up”