Can we gain objectivity by seeing things from a third-person perspective?
I've often felt like expectations were everything. They tend to color the lenses through which we see all of our experiences.
Counting my breaths grounds me and helps me get off the thought-train when I'm lying awake at night.
The universe never promised us control, but the one seat lets us take stock of what we have.
"The more we see [and know our failures], the more by grace we shall long to be filled full of endless joy, for we are created for that." —Julian of Norwich, Revelations of Divine Love, chapter 8
If money doesn't buy happiness, why are we so focused on it? What's with our chase for status? I've hit 40, y'all...what am I doing?!!?
Every afternoon, I pick my son up from school and drive him home. This usually happens at about 5pm. He likes to stay after school and play outside with his friends: basketball, soccer, whatever is competitive. On the way home,
Use this Monk Manual-inspired technique to kickstart your day with intention, gratitude, and hope.
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