The one thing all humans have in common is that each of us wants to be happy, says Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar. And happiness, he suggests, is born from gratitude. An inspiring lesson in slowing down, looking where you're going, and above all, being grateful.
All moments are beautiful, only you have to be receptive and surrendering. All moments are blessings, only you have to be capable of seeing. All moments are benedictions. If you accept with a deep gratitude, nothing ever goes wrong
As Kayden got to experience God's gift of rain for the very first time, she was overwhelmed with joy. Share in her laughter and watch this wonderful video.
They have their vision, their understanding, their ways. Try to understand them. An understanding mind will always find a deep harmony. It is the stupid, the unconscious, the non-understanding people, who go on remaining closed in their ideas and never look at the other's vision.... Children bring freshness into the world. Children are new editions of consciousness. Children are fresh entries of divinity into life. Be respectful, be understanding
Harvard Business School professor Michael Norton's counterintuitive talk challenges the way we think about money. If you think money can't buy happiness, maybe you're not spending it right
Economy does not lie in sparing money, but in spending it wisely - Thomas Huxley
Be happy and the beloved comes. Create the effect and the cause follows.
Just be happy, and friends are there.
Just be happy and everything follows.
Choose happiness and you will be happy
Be happy and in that peak of happiness you will see the whole world is happy with you
Laughter needs a great learning, and laughter is a great medicine. It can cure many of your tensions, anxieties, worries; the whole energy can flow into laughter. And there is no need that there should be some occasion, some cause.
Seriousness is a sin, and it is a disease
My truth cannot be your truth -- my truth will be your belief. Only your truth can be true to you. Truth certainly liberates; but the truth has to be your truth. Nobody else’s truth can liberate you. Somebody else’s truth will become only an imprisonment...
Truth liberates, but... if it is somebody else’s, truth binds