Do not undermine your worth
by comparing yourself with others,
It is because we are different
that each of us is special.
Do not set your goals
by what other people deem important,
Only you know
what is best for you.
Do not take for granted
the things closest to your heart
Cling to that
as you would your life,
for without them
life is meaningless.
Do not let your life slip through your fingers
by living in the past
or the future.
By living your life one day at a time,
you live all the days of your life.
Do not give up
when you still have something to give. . .
Nothing is really over . . .
until the moment you stop trying.
Do not be afraid to admit
that you are less than perfect,
It is the fragile thread
that binds us to each other.
Do not be afraid to encounter risks,
It is by taking chances
that we learn how to be brave.
Do not shut love out of your life
by saying it's impossible to find.
The quickest way to receive love
is to give love.
The fastest way to lose love
is to hold on too tightly,
And the best way to keep love
is to give it wings.
Do not dismiss your Dreams.
To be without dreams is to be without hope.
To be without hope is to be without purpose.
Do not run through life so fast
that you forget where you've been,
But also know where you're going.
Life is not a race,
but a journey
to be savoured
|The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon,
but that we wait so long to begin it. 3
Love is what we are born with.
Fear is what we learn.
The spiritual journey is the unlearning of fear
and prejudices and the acceptance of love
back in our hearts.
To experience love in ourselves and others,
is the meaning of life.
Meaning does not lie in things.
Meaning lies in us. 2
* From, "One!The Journey hOMe", the eBook by Klaas Tuinman MA, ©2007-17
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