Room To Grow

Moral authority is not granted just because we “claim it”. Moral authority is proven by action, not by words. Our actions always speak louder than our words… Once we claim authority, the authority is automatically in question and probably not real.
 
Learning from mistakes is a sign of strength.
 
Virtue signalling is a sign of insecurity, not vulnerability. Telling people how we are changing for the better for others, or the good we have already done is virtue signalling. Vulnerability is powerful, it shows character and leadership. Often virtue signalling is confused with vulnerability by those doing it though.
 
The inability to adapt and unwillingness to be flexible proves ultimate weakness.
 
We all have room to grow.

Our Reasons

We all have our own reasons.

The reasons are the same.

We want health and love.

We want peace and contentment.

We want success and time.

We want praise and comfort.

Help others with what they want, and you will get what you want.

Strong At The Right Thing

We are all strong when we are doing what we are meant to do. We are weak when trying to be something we are not. We are all intended for greatness. We are powerful and strong when accomplishing our purpose. Just like a boat is strong in the water, or a train is strong on its track – when reversed they are both weak. Do what you are supposed to do when you are supposed to do it.

Your Potential, No Theirs

When you conform to what society, friends, colleagues, and family think you are supposed to be – you think they will become happy – yet, in reality, they won’t really care. Plus, you will be left unsatisfied. Fulfill your potential and don’t worry about the expectations of others.

Open Hearts & Free Minds

Most of the problems in the entire world can be solved with open communication, by listening to others, by asking questions, and sharing your thoughts and feelings in return. This type of togetherness creates community and can eliminate loneliness. It will help cure depression. It can slow the pain of anxiety as well. Talking with open hearts frees the mind.

Tell The Truth To Yourself First

Tell the truth – especially when it is painful.  Most of the lies we tell are to ourselves. IF we can learn to tell ourselves the hard to hear truths, then we can start to fulfill our potential. If every day we look in the mirror and acknowledge our infinite worth, accept our flaws, and commit to uplifting others, then our lives will be filled with peace and success. This starts with telling the truth.

Enthusiasm Prevents Worry

As enthusiasm increases, stress and anxiety decrease. Doing what you are genius at, doing what you excel at increases passion and excitement. When you are in the flow state, you do not have the conscious ability to worry or stress. As we work toward creating more peace, more fulfilment, more inclusion, and more community – the passion and enthusiasm we bring to all of our efforts will make everything better, simpler, and more meaningful.