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Some Thoughts To Share

By Remy Benoit

  There are many people today working toward a different world: a world of cooperation and compassion. They look at the world from the perspective of the power of love to heal, and the idea that we can do what we think, set out to do, and do with compassion.  These are just a few of their voices.

Not only do you become what you think about, but the world also becomes what you think about.
        Dr. Wayne Dyer

Love can create a world that is healed and holy. The two are the same thing.
        Dr. Deepak Chopra

In the next 30 years we can destroy our world. With the very same powers -spiritual, social, scientific- we can evolve our world.  Our mission is to serve as catalysts for a planetary awakening in our lifetime, to take a non-violent path to the next stage of our evolution.
        Barbara Marx Hubbard

Regardless of how unfulfilled our lives many seem, regardless of how meager our self-esteem, we are called into greatness by the necessity of our age, and we have little choice but to say YES.
        Jean Houston

The imagination of a man can act not only on his own body but even on others and very distant bodies. It can fascinate and modify them; make them ill, or restore them to health.
Avicenna ( A.D.980-1037)

    No matter where you are now, no matter where you have been, you have over the course of your life learned many, many things. Perhaps this is the time to evaluate them. Ask yourself how what you have learned has helped you grow. Then ask yourself how what you have learned can be used by you to help others grow, to heal the wounds of the planet, to leave a legacy of a better world.

    What is the message that you have to share?
    Once you have decided that, you may begin to formulate how to share it, but no matter the means that you decide on, do, please, share what you have learned. After all, it is all about learning, growing, love, and compassion.


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