To draw more blessings into our lives we must first awaken appreciation for what we have. Appreciation is the vessel for future blessings.
If we want blessings that are beyond the usual, our spiritual work and actions of sharing need to be beyond the natural usual and comfortable.
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From Muhammad Yunus: Make people believe that we can send poverty to museums. When I talk about it, people laugh and say, "It's impossible".
But when you don't believe something, you can't achieve it. You have to imagine, and make that imagination achievable.
The way to hold on to and grow our blessings is by knowing that they are not ours, but rather gifts from above that we are allowed to use...
I read a quote that should be the goal of each of us to "make life's terrifying challenges seem small enough to hold in your hand..."
Too often we jump to conclusions about people and situations, remember this quote from André Gide: "Do not understand me too quickly."
When we judge another person we are judging and bringing judgment on ourselves. An elevated person will not see any negativity in others.
Better a person who makes mistakes and knows it, then a person who does not make mistakes and knows it.
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