In the acceptance of “I don’t know,” we find peace, acceptance, tolerance, respect, inclusiveness, compassion, kindness, and love.
Seeing the goodness in people — in spite of and even because of their brokenness — is the most profound and beautiful gift we can offer the world.
The pain from your past has uniquely qualified you to serve in the present. Embrace your past struggles, for they have led you to your present purpose.
We spend our whole lives fighting our pain, stifling it, reacting to it. We become a victim of it. Thus, we perpetuate it and make it fester and grow.
How much are your false beliefs about yourself costing you? And what are you willing to do to face them and change them?
The idea of “purpose” has become almost mystical. To demystify purpose consider these common mistakes people make when trying to find and live purpose.
As a result of deep spiritual awakenings and experiences, I no longer identify as a Mormon. Here’s why.
Authentic Purpose comes down to simply this: What makes you truly, deeply engaged, happy, and “in flow”?
When we engage in shortcuts and counterfeits, they leave us empty and unfulfilled. The need we’re seeking to fulfill isn’t met, and we feel emptier than before.
The soft spot is where deep connection is found. If we can’t access and share our soft spot through vulnerability, we have no hope for real connection.