We must be child-like in our play, learning, love and growth, but adults when we face obstacles, roadblocks and frustrations.



Nothing is perfect or 100%.

It’s impossible as everything in our bodies and around us are moving constantly. Even nature isn’t perfect. If it was, everyone and everything on this planet would be in line and in tune. But, we as people, are the very reason why nature is imperfect. If we were perfect there wouldn’t be any hunger and war everywhere.

If we were perfect, we probably wouldn’t feel any negative emotions. But then, we wouldn’t learn anything. In this way, we are also perfect, because when we can experience these negative emotions, we learn. We have to experience the positive and negative so we have a full experience and understanding.

But this is the part we often forget, as we strive for either positive or neutral. Then we loose sight of what the negativity is there for; to teach us! Now I can hear some people reading this thinking to themselves, “I just wish class was cancelled for a few days! I have so much negativity around and inside of me.” 

That just means there’s a lot for you to learn right now. And it’s not going away until you understand what needs to be understood within yourself. 



Compassion arises when you’re willing to completely forgive and let go.



If you take away the loudness of the world around you, ofr find yourself in a quiet place, you will find we are connected in the silence that surrounds us. Often, we learn more listening to the silence than the loudness of expectations and other thoughts.



Be thankful every day for everyday.

Often, many of us forget that we are here now, and that everyone and everything has helped us get to this point at this moment. Show your gratitude; thank the universe, thank your friends, thank your obstacles, thank your clothes, thank your food, thank your body, thank your pain, thank YOUR self in the morning and/or at night. Gratitude is just as sacred as love.


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