Thought of The Day May 2020
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Thought for the Day: May 31, 2020
In order to get what you want, move towards your goal persistently, constantly improving over a prolonged period of time.
John Marcus, Morning Meditation
Thought for the Day: May 30, 2020
Be still and silent and let the dust settle. Make peace with the stillness.
R. Joseph Owles, Everyone’s Tao Te Ching
Thought for the Day: May 29, 2020
The moon was full and so close that it seemed we could scoop out some moon ice cream and fill ourselves up on moonbeams.
Elif Ekin, Mostly Happy
Thought for the Day: May 28, 2020
Instead of letting anxieties and uncertainties fence off your life, they can become signposts showing you where to turn to do what really matters to you.
Mark Freeman, The Mind Workout
Thought of the Day: May 27, 2020
Unplugging from work is the biggest challenge for remote workers. Make sure to shut down your system and spend your evenings with your family and friends.
Alya Sran, Office Away From Office
Thought for the Day: May 26, 2020
I feel fairly confident the Jesus would have loved a good cup of Starbucks coffee.
Bob Ayres, Real-Life Wisdom
Thought for the Day: May 25, 2020
The crimson sky, the splendid sunset, Fills my evenings with romance — Enchanting music in my ears. Twilight’s soft steps take me Towards the darkness of the night, To the creaking sound of night owls.
Sapna Anu B. George, SONGS OF THE SOUL
Thought for the Day: May 24, 2020
We sometimes have to accept that life is the way it is and there are certain things beyond us – which we just don’t understand. Acceptance is often the only answer to preserve our well-being.
James Borg, Mind Power
Thought for the Day: May 23, 2020
When the mind rests and the observing aspect becomes primary, the individual has great clarity.
Richard. L Haight, Inspirience
Thought for the Day: May 22, 2020
Many pet owners make the mistake of being too easy or too hard on their dogs. Harsh physical discipline is usually never necessary. But spoiling your dog and ignoring or even condoning problem behaviors is also a horrible idea.
Fanny Doright, Boxer Dog Training Book
Thought for the Day: May 21, 2020
Stop walking by sight and start walking by faith! The bible tells us to cast ALL of cares upon the Lord! Always remember God is with you and God is for you!
Regina Flegler, Morning Blessings
Faith In God Quotes
Thought of the Day: May 20, 2020
We will be led in that journey into an ever more wondrous and compassionate understanding of our lives with God. Indeed, if this is not what life is about, namely, growth and wonder and compassion, then I don’t know what it is about.
Marcus Borg, Days of Awe and Wonder
God Quotes About Life
Thought for the Day: May 19, 2020
A man of knowledge restrains his words, and a man of understanding keeps a cool head.
Proverbs 17:27 Berean Study Bible
Thought for the Day: May 18, 2020
“This is why adolescence is a time of true wonder. Because of the flexibility and growth of the brain, adolescents have a window of opportunity with an increased capacity for remarkable accomplishments.”
Dr Dr Francis E. Jensen, The teenage brain
Thought for the Day: May 17, 2020
Wisdom will call us to express really living in increasingly vital, compassionate, and creative ways.
Bonnie Myotai Treace, Wake up
Thought for the Day: May 16, 2020
Darkness and night do not always go together in our world of electric lights and twenty-four hour living but when you put them together they have a special effect on the mind.
J. E. Lynch, Animals
Thought for the Day: May 15, 2020
There’s going to be stuff every day, but it’s your space, perspective, and mindfulness throughout the day that makes the difference.
Samai O, Mindfulness In Everyday Life
Thought for the Day: May 14, 2020
She is the perfect example of how some animals, in spite of having a terrible start to life, can learn to trust and be happy once again and make such a difference to so many other people’s lives.
Jackie Weaver, Real Animal Communication Stories No. 7
Make A Difference Quotes
Thought of the Day: May 13, 2020
Without a big perspective, we are only half awake to our life. Lost in a thousand errands, and our small self, we are not truly free. Then “like the sudden glimpse of the full moon,” the walls open.
Mark Coleman, Awake In The Wild
Great Quotes About Life
Thought for the Day: May 12, 2020
Forgiveness restores our faith, rebuilds our trust, and opens our hearts to the presence and power of love.
Iyanla Vanzant, Forgiveness
Love Trust Quotes
Thought for the Day: May 11, 2020
The more we practise mindfulness, the stronger and wider the new path to more freedom of choice and less stress will become.
Dr Patrizia Collard, The Mindfulness Bible
Stress Relief Quotes
Thought for the Day: May 10, 2020
God does meet our needs. And if an angel isn’t available when the need arises, Mom will go—and get the job done.
Joan Wester Anderson, Moms Go Where Angels Fear to Tread
Mothers Love Quotes
Thought for the Day: May 9, 2020
You are the infinite silence that is hidden in the space between each thought.
Ramesh Manocha, Silence Your Mind
Thought for the Day: May 8, 2020
Life is so much easier when you don’t resist it. Reality already is the best thing that could be manifested. When you realize this, you’re home-free.
Life Is Hard Quotes
Thought for the Day: May 7, 2020
Practicing optimism and gratitude, meanwhile, has a similar effect on the brain as taking anti-depressants.
Linnea Dunne, Good Mornings
Thought of the Day: May 6, 2020
In a world without ego, there would be no originality, no color, no contrast. Variety would cease to exist, and choice would become unnecessary.
Sandy Hotchkiss, Why is it always about you
Thought for the Day: May 05, 2020
Honest selflessness is much deeper than our actions—it’s a condition of our heart.
Seth Adam Smith, Your life isn’t for you
Thought for the Day: May 4, 2020
You are searching for a sort of beautiful imprisonment—so that you can live without any awareness.
Thought for the Day: May 3, 2020
Increasingly, we are coming to realise that just because animals don’t communicate like we do, it doesn’t mean they are less sentient. They are thinking, feeling beings with the same capacity as ourselves for empathy, selfishness, rage, compassion, fear and altruism
David Michie , Buddhism for pet lovers
Thought for the Day: May 2, 2020
Dreams don’t disguise the unconscious; they reveal it, through archetypes.
Theresa Cheun, The dream dictionary from A to Z
Thought for the Day: May 1, 2020
Photography has become one of the most present arts and skills in our world.
Jonathan Cooper, Photography
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