I Wish You Happiness!



” There is a powerful exercise, quite simple , which I began to use many, many years ago.
Who would I have met on the way , be it a person or an insect , the first thought that I assume with respect to this point: “I wish you happiness ! ” But most importantly, that this idea was indeed the very first , “I wish you happiness .”
It completely changes on what is going on between you and that person.
I say this from personal experience .
Sometimes it’s very difficult when you meet the enemy when you find yourself face to face with an unexpected tough situation …
And at this point you get an opportunity to create more space around you … You see how it pops up this negative emotion , and before it will take “up” over you , you have time to convert it … You see everything as it is: that’s evident ignorance ; anger – not that other, as ignorance from my side, from their side..
Convert him, let go , turn into love.
Try it and see how much everything will change in your life . ”
~ Richard Gere


Pride and Prejudice 


“Proud people breed sad sorrows for themselves.” ~Emily Brontë



Being raised in a society where it’s taboo to seek help outside the home, or outside the family circle has made life challenges all the more arduous; you might say I was raised steeped in pride. Not that of conceited pleasure and satisfaction in my achievements or admired qualities. No! It was the pride of being conscious of my own dignity, after all, there’s no dignity in charity; you make your own way, make do with what you have, however destitute, because…..”By the sweat of your brow, you shall eat bread.” Yes! This how we lived, we lived in pridefulness, we suffered in silence, condemned in our own ignorance of need, and not having the courage to ask for a handout or a hand-up!

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