“When you pass people on the street, mentally reach out and touch them in the heart and silently project the thought “love,” or project admiration for them even though you don’t know them. Back them, believe in them; project goodness, hope, and positivity. If you see that they are upset, project the word-thought “serenity” or “calm.” If you see that they are angry, project “peace.” Don’t judge them; know they have some inner issue unresolved, probably from a long time ago. Love them even if they appear a bit ugly. Make it a rule never to pass a person in the street without projecting some kind of silent goodwill.”
Stuart Wilde, in “The Little Money Bible”
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