Tag Archive | compassion
If we seek to understand the perspective of the other person rather than seeking to be right, how would that change our experiences? What if our immediate internal response to someone else’s statement was always, “I’m sure you’re right,” understanding that from their perspective and through their filters, they are exactly right in their assessment? What […]
There is no right path. There is no right destination. There are an infinite number of possible destinations, and even more paths to get there. (I know that’s not possible, but you know what I mean.) Each destination is equally valid, and each choice I make takes me in the direction of one or another. […]
It was only after I experienced suffering that I began to have compassion. I now see all the suffering in my past as beautiful, golden moments of extraordinary grace and love, allowing my heart to open and the Universe to come rushing in.
In the course of leaving my family’s belief system and forging out on my own to find my truth, I’ve realized that for the most part a person can believe whatever they choose to believe. You can find arguments and proof to back almost any belief. So then the questions become, “What do I want […]