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What is the return on investment of being wedded to your suffering? What do you receive from stewing in victim consciousness? Righteous indignation or an excuse not to change?
Radically accept, release and allow suffering to move through you like a passing storm.
What is the ROI (return on investment) of your suffering?
Don’t become that which you fear most.
Social media is the illusion of connectedness without the interconnectedness that makes us thrive.
Happiness is not a destination. It cannot be bought, sold or traded. Happiness is the gift of the journey.
Open your eyesOpen your earsOpen your mindOpen your heartThey are your portals to joy
Happiness waits for no one.
The achievement of a happy life is not only positively good for us, it is constructively good for those around us.
Authentic happiness is not selfish, egotistical or narcissistic, in fact, it is essential in order for humankind to thrive
Happiness is being at home your own skin and being able to occupy your life.
Sustainable happiness is important, because it not only elevate our own wellbeing locally, but also contributes to collective global flourishing.
Happiness will never invite you to the party. Happiness simply comes down to a choice to show up each and every day on the world with passion, purpose, place and meaning.
Life is the journey of coming home to ourselves.
Stress itself is not what’s toxic. It’s our relationship to it that's the hazard.
It's impossible to be neutral when even doing nothing is a decision.