Values can be good things, until you force yours on others without the desire to understand theirs.
I had an encounter this week with an academic who concluded his email with, “I wish you well.” I knew he meant the exact opposite.
Too often we judge on incorrect assumptions. That which may appear as a weakness can reveal a hidden strength.
Limitations others place on you are merely their perceptions, not your reality. They are often totally wrong.
When others don’t appreciate you, use their indifference as fuel to ignite your self-belief.
If you want to know who your real friends are, see what they do for you when there is nothing you are able to do for them.
Challenge paradigms, including your own, from the perspective of life’s ultimate purpose: We are here to relieve the suffering of others.
For all us people pleasers out there. Even with good intentions, every action is a double-edged sword
Legacy exists in the lives we touch. Our influence can ripple across generations long after our names may be forgotten.
We travel through life’s journey with two families: Those we get via the flip of the biological coin and The Family We Choose.