I am in-love. Not in a romantic kind of way but how life has been like ever since I embraced the real essence of love. I am blessed to be surrounded by a loving family and great friends. I can do the things that at I am passionate about. I can paint, write, travel, …
Mercy is the very essence of love. Though we as human beings have the power to harm others, we also have the power and the choice to be compassionate towards them – simply by not ignoring them and hearing them out. That is mercy, and by opening yourself up truly, you love.
The Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy commenced last 8 December 2015. To partake in this celebration, TDY brings you a week on mercy, beginning today with Pope Francis’s jubilee prayer.
This song returns to the true meaning and purpose of Christmas by describing a much more mature and wise wish list that is not just for ourselves, but is also for others. I invite you to imbibe the spirit of the Grown-Up Christmas List and fulfill not just our own Grown-Up Christmas Lists, but those of others as well.
True love involves effort on our part – even if it is not reciprocated or appreciated. Love anyway. Have faith that we will eventually get to our promised land via the vehicle of love. Let love be your anchor. Let it be your guide. Let love lead the way.
“Heal the World” by Michael Jackson encapsulates our hopes and dreams for a better world, a world where no one is left behind and everyone moves forward in the name of love and Love.
In living your higher purpose, it’s always about community and sharing – everyone exchanges their ideas, resources, and talents to help others and be helped in the name of mutual achievement of the one big goal of authentic development.
“Less for self, more for others, enough for all” need not be – I believe in “more for all”. It is the MINDSET of self-interest that must be lessened, and a mindset of inclusiveness that should be espoused. That philosophy is encapsulated in this week’s Word, “shared value”.
Individuality isn’t confined just to how responsibility should start on the personal level. Growing or developing others is also on an individual basis – precisely because we are individuals. Social change should take this very seriously, as not doing so would cause more harm than good.
Living a conscious life of purpose involves high principles or standards, and adhering to them. However, we run the risk of alienating others – and even ourselves! – by too strict an adherence or enforcement of said standards. We have to remember to be kind and understanding in accommodating others – and even towards ourselves!