Don\u2019t do anything you can't share, and be prepared
to discuss everything that you do. Martin Shepard,
At a certain point in my life, I decided to live by this principle. I made
decisions based on asking myself this question \u201cIs there anyone I
would tell that I did this?\u201d I was surprised how often I found the
answer was no. I thought I was living a very honest life, but when
examined in this way, I wasn\u2019t.
Try this for a week. Before you do anything, ask yourself if there is at least one person you would share this with. If the answer is no, ask yourself why you would not share it.
If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is "Thank You",
it will be enough.\u201d
With all the programs and systems available to improve our lives, it
can get confusing. When faced with a situation I sometimes think
\u201cShould I meditate now, or journal, or align my charkas, or\u2026..\u201d What I
have found is that gratitude never fails. You can\u2019t be grateful and
disappointed at the same time.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?