Accomplishment, when relating to something done admirably or creditably, is one of a number of mechanisms by which blessing is released into the world at large. It builds self-confidence and self-esteem, especially when you achieve what you do without concern for approbation.— Gregg Hake
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My sons and I recently met an inspiring gentleman whose enthusiasm for life, passion for his work, and love of people was second to none. He had a knack for making the mundane magical, and for engaging hearts with a … Continue reading
Remembering previously encountered life-threatening dangers is a useful survival skill, but tallying and rehashing past injustices will only shorten your lifespan. In this vein, life is a matter of both the survival of the fittest and the most forgiving.
Waters from below Rise up to bless the earth; Waters from above Rain down from the heavens; Heav’n and earth are one! Heav’n and earth are one!
Contentment is the natural result of a fundamental centering in love and truth. The heart and mind of an individual thus oriented are in agreement as touching all matters of living; conspicuously absent are confusion, conflict, and insecurity. Contentment is … Continue reading
“Love” a Haiku by Gregg Hake Heart-shaped leaf below, So rushed I nearly missed it- Love’s oft lost in haste