BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, November 18th, 2011 by Gary Zukav in THE SEAT OF THE SOUL

“You are only as powerful
as that for which you stand. Do you stand for more money in the bank and
a bigger house? Do you stand for an attractive mate? Do you stand for
imposing your way of thinking upon others? These are the stands of the
personality seeking to satisfy its wants. Do you stand for perfection,
for the beauty and compassion of each soul? Do you stand for the power
of love and the clarity of wisdom? Do you stand for forgiveness and
humbleness? There are the stands of the personality that has aligned
itself with its soul. This is the position of a truly powerful
personality.”  
    
               Gary Zukav, in “The Seat of the Soul”

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BEST of BONUS PONDER on THIS

“When
you sit, sit; when you stand, stand; whatever you do, don’t wobble.
Once you make your choice, do it with all your Spirit.”

    Dan Millman, in  “Way of the Peaceful Warrior

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