Best of PONDER on THIS for Monday, January 19th, 2015 by Sanaya Roman in LIVING WITH JOY

“If you want the people around you to experience your power and recognize who you are, listen to them with your heart and do not worry about the impression you are making on them. Care about them, and attend to them. Pay attention with your heart, and focus on how you may raise their consciousness and energy.

True power can be seen in the eyes. There is such love in the eyes of those who are truly powerful, and they look at you directly. They do not avoid your eyes, but look straight into them. You feel they really care about you. They pay attention to what you are saying. Do you give that kind of alert awareness to people? Do you pay attention? Do you look in their eyes when you speak?”

Sanaya Roman, in “Living with Joy”

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Bonus “PONDER on THIS” by Tama Kieves in A YEAR WITHOUT FEAR

“Crave answers? I’ve seen people slap and patch together decisions just so they could leave the wilderness of not knowing. Hungry for certainty, they sign up for programs, go back to school, take the job that’s offered, rather than stay honest with themselves. These forced answers will come apart with the first strong wind. I’d suggest letting go of the need to figure out what you will do with the rest of your life. What do you know just for this instant? Each moment is a bread crumb that will lead you to the gingerbread house.”

Tama Kieves, in “A Year Without Fear”

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