“Don’t Change the World, Change Yourself”
“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” (Aristotle)
“In the beginning, it is difficult and even painful to see the faults in yourself, the flaws in your soul, the error of your ways. But I have come to love the moments when I see my flaws and I spot my errors! It is one of the most beautiful things, really! Because it is when we see our own flaws and our own errors that we can find the opposite of those things! It is when we see our own flaws and our own errors that we can see that there is so much more room to become better! And so I have come to actually rejoice when I find something wrong with me! And I know when it’s really wrong because I can see it and I can feel it in my heart both at the same time — it is a revelation. It’s not something that comes from any external source; but it is my own spirit and the voice of God revealing these things to me, unfolding them, rolling them out of a silken cloth at my feet. And I smile.” (C. JoyBell C.)
“Note and Quote to Self – What you think, say and do!
Your life mainly consists of 3 things!
- What you think,
- What you say and
- What you do!
So always be very conscious of what you are co-creating!” (Allan Rufus, The Master’s Sacred Knowledge)
“There are essentially two questions in life – a spiritual question and a material question. The spiritual question is ‘Who am I?’ The material question is ‘What am I to do with my life?’ One leads to the other.” (Rasheed Ogunlaru)
“You don’t need to change the world; you need to change yourself.” (Miguel Ruiz)
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