Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Intent for the Day

Nice thought for today from Dr Susan Gregg: 

What Is My Intent ? Often we forget that we 
create our experience of life with our filter system ... with our 
beliefs ... agreements. Life is ... and then we tell ourselves a 
story. Our story either adds more love ... or fear ... to the world. 
Is my intent to, hold on to my story ... or to remember how to respond 
from love?

 If we want a world of peace ... we add only love.


Every event in life is either loving ... or a cry for love.

So we love ... just love. 



Anonymous said...

Jokes of the right well-intentioned, nicely told, can do more to make aware questions of civics, philosophy, and creative writings than any company of dull arguments.

Anonymous said...

Eating, loving, singing and digesting are, in actuality, the four acts of the comic opera known as life, and they pass like bubbles of a hem in of champagne. Whoever lets them break without having enjoyed them is a complete fool.

Anonymous said...

Excuse, that I interfere, there is an offer to go on other way.

Anonymous said...

Be not indignant that you cannot create others as you desire them to be, since you cannot prevail upon yourself as you hope to be

Anonymous said...

To be a good human being is to have a amiable of openness to the mankind, an ability to trust aleatory things beyond your own pilot, that can govern you to be shattered in very extreme circumstances on which you were not to blame. That says something uncommonly outstanding about the condition of the ethical life: that it is based on a trust in the fitful and on a willingness to be exposed; it's based on being more like a spy than like a prize, something somewhat feeble, but whose mere item handsomeness is inseparable from that fragility.