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"So long as I get somewhere," said Alice. "Oh, you’re sure to do that," said the Cat, "if you only walk long enough."
If two bulls, one angry and the other one calm, are fighting, who will win? Read the story.
Regardless of the rain of adversities or the slush of problems, the vehicle of happiness runs on three wheels.
When you pretend to be someone you are not, you disconnect yourself from the source inviting unforeseen problems.
Coldness turns soft snow into hard ice, brittle and cold. When you are cold inside, it hurts more, you become more fragile.
A king dearly loved his four wives but when the time came, they abandoned him. Here's a beautiful story.
A leaf, once disconnected from the source, starts to dry and decay rapidly. Stay connected for infinite joy and bliss.
Let go off your anger, let it sink like the setting sun behind the horizon. Here are three practices.
No matter how beautiful the sandcastle, it's temporary. Waves will wash it ashore. What are you holding onto?
The same fire that warms up a room can burn down the house too. Anger results from misdirected emotions.
Anger is your boiling point. How quickly you boil depends on what fluid is in you and the amount of heat underneath.
Are you riding the weight or carrying it? Either way, let go. Forgive yourself for peace and bliss.
Others' negativity is like a river. When negative thoughts start, they just flow. Don't take a dip in it.
You see in others what you have in you. If you believe in yourself, you can instill the same in others about themselves.
Just like rain water collects in a pond, virtues congregate in a kind heart. Be compassionate to be strong.
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