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Our value in life is not determined by external things such as how much money we make. Our value in life is determined by our inner strength, our values and our convictions. We must cherish and value our inner selves and not become too distracted by or focused on that which is on the outside. I have value. I am strong and worthwhile. I am valuable. 27 A n c i e n t W i s d o m f o r t h e m o d e rn m i n d Flow with whatever is happening and let your mind be free. Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing.
Until we realise that what we tell ourselves and what we put into and do with our bodies, is the major determinant of how we feel, what we think and how happy and healthy we are, we are living a lie. The quotes and reflections in this section are focused on topics such as integrity, forgiveness, abundance, anger, balance, passion, enthusiasm, respect, health and well-being. H 36 Life and death, health and happiness If thou suffer injustice, console thyself; the true unhappiness is in doing it. When we are wronged, it seems natural to feel unhappy or injured.
I surround myself with goodness and love. 46 Life and death, health and happiness Though boys throw stones at frogs in sport, the frogs do not die in sport, but in earnest. Bion of Phlossa, Greek bucolic (pastoral) poet (~100 BC or 150 BC) from Plutarch’s Water and Land Animals There is often a world of difference between what we intend and what is perceived by another. Our internal witness helps us become aware of who we are and how we are in the world. It helps us to distinguish between what actually happens and what we intend.