“I can’t decide if people who wear pajamas in public have given up on life or are living it to the fullest.”
“The wound is the place where the light enters you.” — Rumi
“We all are watering seeds. Your mind is like a piece of land planted with many different kinds of seeds of joy, peace, mindfulness, understanding, and love; seeds of craving, anger, fear, hate, and forgiveness. These wholesome and unwholesome seeds are always there, sleeping in the soil of your mind. The quality of your life depends on the seeds you water. If you plant tomato seeds in your gardens, tomatoes will grow. Just so, if you water a seed of peace in your mind, peace will grow. When the seeds of happiness in you are watered, you will become happy. When the seed of anger in you is watered, you will become angry. The seeds that are watered frequently are those that will grow strong.” — Thich Nhat Hanh
“If something you want is slow to come to you, it can be for only one reason… You are spending more time focused upon its absence than you are about its presence.” — Abraham Hicks
“You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are the deepest level.”
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