Personal Growth, Whose Life Agenda Do You Follow? Yours or Someone else’s?
Are you really your own person? Do you sometimes feel cajoled, tricked or even compelled to do what others want? Do you sometimes feel trapped? We are all conditioned by other people. To be truly free & happy you must decide for yourself. Be you! Not selfish. Not unloving. Not indifferent. But Just be YOU!
Mindful Minutes with the Merry Monk, 4 The Wonders of True Wisdom
The pursuit of wisdom is better than gold and silver. It teaches us how to apply correctly, profitably and happily all that we have learned on life’s journey. Wisdom creates a person of great character, who gives to the wider community, as well as to loved-ones. True wisdom is filled with mercy and compassion.
Mindful Minutes with the Merry Monk, 3 Ask and it shall be given
Many of us are often tempted to believe we can do it all on our own. Whatever IT might happen to be. This is usually a great mistake. Why forget ancient wisdom? It teaches us that “many hands make light work” and “two heads are better than one.” You and I would do better to graciously accept the help of others. Makes their day too!
Christian Meditation 6: Mercy Reveals a Compassionate Heart
We are all tempted to be selfish, but we forget that the best possible gift we can give ourselves is to love, serve and show mercy to others. God repays this a hundredfold. Ask yourself, what kind of heart have I? Am I truly loving, compassionate and merciful? What more could I do to improve? To Love? Be merciful?
Mindful Minutes with the Merry Monk, 2 Finding Your Passion
The most important thing in your life is to discover, live and enjoy to the full your authentic passions and gifts. This helps create your deepest happiness and fulfilment. Why stick with what’s not working? Maybe even something you hate? It’s not hard to learn what you would love to do, love to be, love to have.
Christian Meditation 4: Your Christian call to Humility
Humility, a beautiful virtue, is simply to recognise, with deep gratitude, that all we have, and all that we do, and all that we are comes from our creator, the God of love. As Jesus himself tells us “Without me, you can do nothing.” Are you truly humble in your dealings with God, and with other people? No arrogance?