+ Problems do not go away. They must be worked
through or else they remain, forever a barrier
to the growth and development of the spirit.
+ It is in the whole process of meeting and solving
problems that life has meaning. Problems are the
cutting edge that distinguishes between success
and failure. Problems call forth our courage and
our wisdom; indeed, they create our courage and
our wisdom. It is only because of problems that
we grow mentally and spiritually.
+ With total discipline we can solve all problems.
+ When we love something it is of value to us,
and when something is of value to us we spend
time with it, time enjoying it and time taking
care of it.
+ Genuine love is volitional rather than emotional.
The person who truely loves does so because of
a decision to love. This person has made a commitment
to be loving whether or not the loving feeling
+ Ultimately love is everything.
+ The truth is that our finest moments are most
likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable,
unhappy, or unfulfilled. For it is only in such
moments, propelled by our discomfort, that we
are likely to step out of our ruts and start searching
for different ways or truer answers.
+ Life is a series of problems. Do we want to
moan about them or solve them?
+ Until you value yourself, you won't value your
time. Until you value your time, you will not
do anything with it.
+ All my life I used to wonder what I would become
when I grew up. Then, about seven years ago, I
realized that I was never going to grow up.. that
growing is an ever ongoing process.
+ Spiritually evolved people, by virtue of their
discipline, mastery and love, are people of extraordinary
competence, and in their competence they are called
on to serve the world, and in their love they
answer the call.
+ When we teach ourselves and our children discipline,
we are teaching them and ourselves how to suffer
and also how to grow.