Our actions trump our words. What we DO either validates or invalidates what we SAY. When we speak from love and act from love, we can’t contradict ourselves!… More
What would you do today if you weren’t afraid? Love’s got you covered! And love wins! … More
Don’t dismiss what you feel when you’re tired, hungry, or hormonal. Distress is a window into the unconscious! Use it to heal what hurts … and it won’t hurt anymore!… More
Get to know the part of you that can’t be put on paper, that can’t be quantified, the part that can only be touched by the deepest part of somebody else. … More
Because of economic unrest, excuses may be more assumed than they’ve ever been in your lifetime. That is, unless you survived the stock market crash of 1929; in which case, your age is another convenient excuse.
You can hide behind too old, too young, not enough money or no time, but there is no good excuse.
If there is something you want to do that you are not doing, all of your excuses come down to fear. And if Franklin D. Roosevelt were alive, he’d remind you that, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” He delivered those famous words during his inaugural address in the height of the Depression.
Roosevelt’s gift is to strip us of our excuses regardless of the situation, so that we might face our ultimate fear … and realize that we have nothing to be afraid of.v
People didn’t jump off buildings because their estates were devalued; they jumped because they felt like they were devalued.
I recently saw a billboard in NYC that read, “Recession 101: Self-worth beats net-worth.”
Want to know how you’re doing on self-worth? With “1” indicating that you strongly disagree and “5” indicating that you strongly agree, what number (1-5) best describes your position on Roosevelt’s statement, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself”?… More