The last of the Four Agreements is: Always do your best. For many, this brings up visions of hard work, stress and endless re-dos until the final result is flawless, but doing your best isn't always about absolute perfection. What is “best” for one person, may be impossible for another to achieve. If you have never picked up a violin, your best will sound nothing like a symphony orchestra player, but it is still your best.
Whatever you want from others, love, respect, kindness or understanding, give it! Give it like you have a warehouse full of it with plenty to spare. Universal law will bring it back to you multiplied. If the person you desire it from does not return it, they will likely fall out of your life and […]
Happiness is a decision you make for yourself everyday. It doesn’t matter what is going on in your life. If you want to change things for the better, learn to be happy in this moment. Real happiness, like real love, is not conditional. If your happiness depends on being in good circumstances, then it will […]
Sometimes the kindest, most generous thing you can do for another is to say, “no!” Allowing your own energy to run out because you have given it all away, does little to help anyone else and can leave you sick and unable to help anyone at all. To be a truly giving person, you must […]