Beautiful quote delivered by the wonderful Brahma Kumaris – http://www.brahmakumaris.org
Leave worries aside and you will be surprised by the beauty of the sky and the colour of flowers, of the freshness of the breeze and the generosity of the sun. You will feel you are part of creation, and life will start to make sense. The greatest wealth is to appreciate what we have and what we are.
And here are some images I took whilst doing just that in Richmond Park – my favourite place.
From the http://www.bkwsu.org
Kindness in words creates confidence.
Kindness in thinking creates profoundness.
Kindness in giving creates love.
At the end of the day, on the wings of your thoughts, go beyond the cares and troubles of the world.
Remove your mind from everything and everyone, and become blissfully detached, like a star.
Like a star, be free to radiate light, for your essence is light and peace. Enjoy the simplicity of the night sky, the peace.
And then, when you want to, you can shoot down to earth.
In order to live in peace, try not to depend on anyone and at the same time try to help others not to depend on you.
Help them to become independent, free and responsible for their lives.
In the same way, ensure you do not cause anyone sorrow, and do not allow others to be a source of hurt for you.
From the Brahma Kumaris – World Spiritual University
This is a lovely exercise I found in the book – The Gift Of Peace – Thoughts for a Peaceful World written and produced by The Brahma Kumaris:
Do Something altruistic for someone everyday.
Develop the habit of enjoying doing this, not for any reward but just for the sake of it and discover the fruit of that action.
The best gift is to give happiness and to finish sorrow.
Managing Anger Anger varies in intensity, ranging from mild irritation to violent rage. Whether expressed or suppressed. it makes you sick! The problem with getting angry is that there is only a slim chance that it might solve the problem, but a much greater chance that it’ll create new ones. Understanding anger is realising that anger can be a by-product of our own unfulfilled expectations, our way of thinking, rather than the other person or event. Managing Anger is about understanding and recognising anger. It’s about controlling your internal responses, calming yourself down and letting the feelings of anger subside. Remember, anger is only 1 letter away from danger!
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