- Julie S.Flourishing
I don't know that there is a "most" important. In 60 years, I've learned quite a few. Each lesson is in itself important. I do have one philosophy.. Hurt me once, it's on you. Hurt me twice, it's on me.
Life hasn't always been a bowl of cherries, that's life. Take it and go with it. You're never given more than you can take.
I believe we're all being tested for something great. Because ...see more
- Jann Z.Flourishing
Wow! Can't believe it's almost 4pm. Thank you, Sharon, for the reminder. Doing household chores while emailing my little heart out making contacts, reconnecting with people and thanking others for their help.
I agree, Sharon, there are many life lessons and you mentioned a lot of them in your encouragement. I think the most important to me is to tell people how much you love and care about ...see more
- Randal S.BlossomingLevel 98
My spirituality is pretty eclectic; I've "cherry-picked" things that have resonated with and worked for me over the years, and, after some review, I'm going to cheat a little bit on this one, and share four for the price of one.
Out of all of the tenets I've read about and embraced, Toltec Healer Don Miguel Ruiz' "The Four Agreements" seem to stay with me, and I like their simplicity. When ...see more
- Monica S.GrowingLevel 159
Your dreams and goals are always at your fingertips, but it always has to be you who reaches out to grab them. Because I've realized this, I have continued down a path fewer women choose. I'm a sort of trail blazer
- Thomas B.PlantingLevel 178
I would like to share two.
I grew up in a dysfunctional alcoholic family. In those days everything was secret. I learned how to lie to protect myself and to make myself feel better. It literally took decades for me to discover the value of honesty and especially to be true to myself.
Secondly and just as important to me. I am a metaphysician. I believe that we create every experience ...see more