Although we usually think of January as the time for new beginnings and resolutions, the autumn change of season may be beckoning you to initiate some changes now.
All that we’ve accepted about personal productivity may be doing us more harm than good. The book “Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals” offers a different approach.
Here’s my random gratitude collection of mostly small but sometimes large things that helped make August better.
Perfectionism can interfere with us growing into the person we’re meant to be and offering our unique gifts to the world.
There are times in our lives when our spiritual practices feel too difficult, or we believe we’re not getting any benefit from them. At these times, we need to give God the benefit of the doubt.
I’ve always considered myself grateful, but then I realized there’s an aspect to gratitude that I’ve been getting all wrong.
It’s easy to get caught up in good intentions to help improve the world, but Merton cautions us that we must be careful not to lose our inner peace in the process.
Here’s my random gratitude collection of mostly small but sometimes large things that helped make July better.
Like crows, our minds pick up a lot of shiny things over the course of a lifetime. And this includes beliefs about ourselves that are very hard to let go.
Change can happen at radically different speeds, but it always leaves us vulnerable.