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Words to inspire the belief that we have all we need to be the change we wish to see.

Tag: Rainer Maria Rilke

The Comfort Book

I’m currently reading The Comfort Book by Matt Haig and it’s definitely quite comforting. He writes, “Imagine yourself as a baby. You would look at that baby and think they lacked nothing. That baby came complete. Their value was innate from their first breath. Their value did not depend on external things like wealth or appearance or politics or popularity. It was the infinite value of a human life. And that value stays with us, even as it becomes easier to forget it. We stay precisely as alive and precisely as human as we were the day we were born. The only thing we need is to exist. And to hope.” Continue reading

Do the good that’s in front of you

I was listening to Sharon Salzberg, best-selling author and world-renowned Buddhist meditation teacher, on The Tim Ferriss Show.  She said something profound.  She said, “Do the good that’s in front of you, even if it feels very small.”

Sometimes life can feel overwhelming.  Out of control.  We have so many balls up in the air that our arms can’t possibly keep juggling.  But we are in such a frenzy that we keep going until something drops.  The ball or us. Continue reading

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