We all have our own life lessons that we encounter. Some of us learn from them and some of us do not. How can we make sure we do learn from these valuable lessons?
I watched Steve Jobs famous speech given at Stanford University in 2005 yesterday for the umpteenth time. If you are familiar with the speech you will know Steve Jobs tells three stories from his life and talks about connecting the dots.
Many years ago when I was introduced to A Course In Miracles I learned there are really only two emotions, love and fear. All other emotions stem from either love or from fear.
Tough times happen to us all. How do we get through them? I know for me personally in hindsight I can always see the gift in what seemed such an adverse part of my life, however in the midst of the event I do not see it as a gift.
The important things in life aren’t things. By “things”, I mean material things. I didn’t always think like this. There was a time when “stuff” and the accumulation of it was very important to me. In fact I was obsessed by it and very driven.
It has been said for many years that we teach what we most need to learn. Over the years I have come to realize the truth of the saying. I see it in myself and in others.
Can you answer the question .. what do you want? Do you know? Do you know what you really want?
How do you trust your instincts, gut feeling or intuition? We all have these feelings and deep “knowing”. I believe our intuition is those whispers from deep within our soul.