“Mudita?” is the principle of taking sympathetic or unselfish joy in the good fortune of others.
It has changed parts of me. I see the pandemic as a moment to reconnect with what is essential in my life.
Generous listening is the ability to truly understand another person by listening with your mind and body.
Negative thoughts are the past trying to occupy the present and the future. These thoughts do not represent the present reality.
No need to understand what perfection looks like, focus on what better looks like.
We can dislike aspects of someone, yet still love the whole person and focus on their positive qualities.
Winning is not the only thing that matters — what you learn about yourself and life during the process, is far more important.
It is exhausting being a person of colour. Beyond discrimination, psychological and social stress are long lasting and damaging.
The people I admire most are kind and generous and do what they can to make others feel truly seen.
The paradox of social distancing is that most people have grown closer to their work colleagues, families and neighbours.
Guilt is self-hate. Self-hate destroys optimism. Be kind to yourself every day.
The best way to combat stress and anxiety is to focus on one positive thought after another until you are drowning in positivity.
True wealth is not about money.
It means being open to criticism while not feeling crushed by it.
You will know because it’s deliberate and conscious. Love is an act, not a feeling.
Don’t strive to be perfect. Ensure you bring genuine effort into everything you do.
Everyone prays. The peace and love our hearts long for is our unspoken prayer.
Our basic needs never change. We all need to be seen and appreciated, we need to belong and we all need love.
Perfection is a particular form of unhappiness.
Attention management is the practice of controlling distractions, being present in the moment and maximizing focus.
Become self aware about your inadequacies and areas of development.