Say Yes to a World of Possibility

Fear is the Divider,

Fear is the Death of Creative Problem Solving,

Fear is the No to the World’s Yes

 

Spiritual Practice For Releasing Fear

Breathing in,   I rest in my courage.
Breathing out, I release fear.

Breathing in,   I rest in my power.
Breathing out, I release fear.

Let us pray

May we be content with our own best selves.
May we manage our discontent peacefully.

Amen. May it be so.

 

We have to be courageous and more united in our resistance to the madness and cruelty of putting the acquisition of wealth over survival of community. We must continue to maintain the truth that we are stronger when we work together in peace for the good of everyone and not allow public humanitarian projects to be hijacked by financial interests, which emphasize our differences and competition over cooperation and our common interconnected self-interest. What is good for me should be good for others without any reservations. To accomplish this it will mean trusting in each other and banishing the fear from every corner of our hearts.

Yes to Life, in Spite of Everything: Viktor Frankl’s Lost Lectures on Moving Beyond Optimism and Pessimism to Find the Deepest Source of Meaning

“Everything depends on the individual human being, regardless of how small a number of like-minded people there is… each person, through action and not mere words, creatively making the meaning of life a reality in his or her own being.”

Viktor Frankl (March 26, 1905–September 2, 1997)

Read more in this illuminating article containing many amazing quotes.

Yes to Life, in Spite of Everything: Viktor Frankl’s Lost Lectures on Moving Beyond Optimism and Pessimism to Find the Deepest Source of Meaning

 

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