See memory not as an exhaustive guide to the past, but as a constructive guide from the past to the future
Aug07

See memory not as an exhaustive guide to the past, but as a constructive guide from the past to the future

We usually think of memory as a tool to remember the past. Actually however, the past is too vast to be remembered entirely…

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Accepting our weaknesses takes courage – and so does accepting ourselves with our weaknesses
Jul08

Accepting our weaknesses takes courage – and so does accepting ourselves with our weaknesses

Life’s battles often expose our weaknesses. Accepting those weaknesses can make us feel unsafe, undermined and unworthy.…

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Worrying about the world’s problems is often an excuse for not working on our own problems
Jun15

Worrying about the world’s problems is often an excuse for not working on our own problems

Many people worry constantly about world problems such as climate change or discrimination. While these are serious problems…

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We may have a million reasons to be resentful, but still resentment remains utterly unhelpful and can be horribly harmful
Jun08

We may have a million reasons to be resentful, but still resentment remains utterly unhelpful and can be horribly harmful

Life is tough. People let us down. Things go downhill for no apparent reason. We ourselves make a mess of things, often against…

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We can never start in our life unless we start with our life
May05

We can never start in our life unless we start with our life

Suppose we wanted to walk somewhere, but somehow took several wrong turns and ended up far away from our destination. To …

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To keep fighting battles that are already lost is to be lost
Mar30

To keep fighting battles that are already lost is to be lost

Suppose in a cricket match, a batsman had a great opportunity to score of a loose delivery, but somehow they missed that opportunity.…

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