A dignity practice — doing your best is enough!!!


No need to try to make enemies, there is a high probability that simply being yourself will make certain people not like you -- congratulations. Now beware not to make an enemy of yourself. Be aware of the tendency of some to create an internal experience highly depressed, repressed and oppressed, yet lacking in the essential Impressed. Do not become the barer of a sight and sense that chooses to deem yourself as enemy. Become your ally, choose to accept your presence, your sight and your truth, not as something or someone others must agree with or respect, but as something or someone you agree with and respect.

If it is too late, and you have already found yourself in an adversarial relationship with your inner life, believe that there are solutions, not simple solutions, however, know that you can do better, know that there are many powerful strategies that can change the reality of your lived experience -- change your now. Are you willing to listen? Are you willing to see past your isolation and independent existence; to those places that if invited into the light of our shared consciousness and interconnected cradle could create more safety, love, happiness, health, freedom, dignity, peace, prosperity, and celebration.

This is your formal invitation into peaceful dignified revolutionary processes. Welcome

Before You by William Arthur Ward

Before you speak or act, listen. Before you read, write, or react, think. Before you spend, earn. Before you invest, investigate. Before you criticize, wait. Before you pray, forgive. Before you quit or try. Do. Before you retire, save. Before you die, give and live.

This is a quote that shows up in so many forms, that I have choosen to create a version of it that incorporates the different versions into one.

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You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. -- Buddha