Making this a better world happens one person at a time. You cannot force your beliefs on anyone. Rather, be the example that others can emulate. Live your life so that others may be inspired by your words and deeds. That’s how change happens.
Would you pour sand into the gas tank of your car? Of course not, your car was meant to run on good gasoline. Well, your body works the same way. Your body was meant to run on good food: fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and lots of water. Eat good food!
It’s an amazing experience when you focus on the positive things in your life. Things start to change. You become happier. You see things differently. There might still be negative things there, but like an airplane flying overhead, they become the background noise of your mind.
There is so much beauty in the world, but you must allow yourself to see it.
We change the world a little each day with our kindness.
Think about how much better this world would be if people would just smile at each other more often…You don’t have to talk; you don’t have to agree on anything; all you have to do is smile! Smiling breaks barriers; it eases tension, and it’s the first step to making a new friend.
Every night I tell my children all of the things that I love about them. I tell them how proud I am of their accomplishments and how much better our lives have been since they were born. I hope they will always realize how much they are loved and valued. I feel so blessed that...
People tend to focus on the things that they don’t like about themselves. While that’s important for change, it’s equally important to focus on what they love about themselves. For every one thing you dislike about yourself, think of five things you like about yourself. It’s a balancing act.