Thank you very much Lyne and Br. David for sharing your wisdoms:)
I am very grateful that I get the opportunity to watch this video, Thank you! love love love
It’s a wonderful story, thank you!
As I left my original country due to the marriage, and was living in different countries, I mingled with people from different background, different nationalities; and although right now, I settle in one place or country, so now, it is not necessarily different nationalities I mix with, but different background, of whatever it is. I learn and still learn everyday as my mind opens, and how much I still do not know, and how much I am inspired by ...
It’s a wonderful story, thank you!
As I left my original country due to the marriage, and was living in different countries, I mingled with people from different background, different nationalities; and although right now, I settle in one place or country, so now, it is not necessarily different nationalities I mix with, but different background, of whatever it is. I learn and still learn everyday as my mind opens, and how much I still do not know, and how much I am inspired by the people I meet and their stories they tell every day.
My brightest light allows me to see, that I am alive; life is perfect with the imperfections, everything in life is impermanent. I acknowledge its and accept its and learn from the life. I am grateful to be alive:)
Dear Gail, thank for your beautiful, wisdom words!:)
I live in the present, to breath in and out, and I become aware the life which teaches me now, and which I took granted then, as the light shows me to be grateful. Love.
Thank you Kristi, for the wisdoms, eloquent words: stop, look, go and awake, aware and alert which are enhancing our capacity for Presence, Perspectives and Possibilities. So powerful!. Love:)
It’s starting with a sadness with what happened to the whale, but the end is a Happy Ending for the whale and for the rescuer, Michael Fishback and friend and family. Thank you Michael Fishback and the group, for the great effort and for sharing your experience. Love!
Thank you for reminding. As Yin and Yang, and as one Budhist monk says there is no white if there is no black, there is no life is there is no death, there is no light if there is no dark.
We have to acknowledge it and embrace it.
Thank you for sharing:). “Regardless of what happens, I will always be deeply grateful for the friendship we’ve shared.” This phrase reminds me to practice it.
Thank you Namarah for sharing your life experience. Forever-student, I am. It opens me up to all new things, to absorb and learn each day in my life journey. The acknowledgment of not knowing all, and be modest in this way, is the enrichment itself.
There are a lot of people I connect to, who has kindness in many different ways; like the inspirations someone write or do; the people who consider others as we live together in the community; the people who can help me to see the different perspective in life. Basically kindness is in each everyone, and only if there is a misunderstanding that I miss to see it.
The life itself, the life we have right now. There are a lot in life, and I am grateful for it, every day. when i woke up and hearing the bird si singing, the roses, the peonies, the clematis all the flowers are blooming and the scents of some of them, it gives me smile; just see how my husband is building the terrace floor and be able to see him, that he likes what he is doing. That is all I appreciate.
It’s a beautiful story, Misa, thank you! it is true that, just to look at the nature and we will understand all better.
Open your heart, be curious, be a continuous learner and take feed back constantly to grow in life. How incredible to find that I learn things, every single day and that makes me also smile.
Thank you for sharing your beautiful story of your life, your thought and your heart. It touchs my heart.
Thank you for sharing your beautiful story! we always ought to reflect of our own experience and rethink what we learned of the life and being grateful for what happened around us.
“It is true, gratitude should be expressed for example to our spouse and I have been doing it and how the flow makes me happy, light and so my husband. The gratitude needs that we are always present in the life moment. Thank you Kristi for a beautiful reminder.
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