Sunday, December 29, 2013

The Wisdom of Nelson Mandela: Day 2

We have spoke on this blog a few times about anger and forgiveness and how they are something that you control.  When you are angry or wishing ill to others you are actually doing so to yourself.  It is the law of attraction in true form.  What you give out is what comes back to you.

When you are angry about something notice how it makes you feel.  Notice how thinking and focusing on the anger and what you don't like about that person makes you feel.  It does not feel good and just feeds into more and more anger.  All of this is actually putting you into a bad mood and keeping you there.  So while you think you are directing your anger towards another person and hoping that they feel the pain and negative feelings you wish on them, it is you who is actually feeling it.  Many times the other person has no idea that you are upset with them or thinking negatively towards them.  So it is better to let things go or confront the other person and talk about it rather than harboring resentment.  It will be your poison not theirs.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Day 1: The Wisdom of Nelson Mandela

How many times have you started a project, or thought about something that needs to get done and say to yourself, 'this is impossible'?  I am sure you have said it more than once.  Many times we tend to look at things as mountains when they are actually mole hills.

By doing this we are actually discrediting ourselves and through the law of attraction we are going to fail.  If you think you are fail or cannot do something before even trying it, then what can you expect?

Look back to a time in your life where you thought something was impossible or would never happen but it did.  Didn't you feel amazing after and didn't you look back and think, 'that wasn't that hard'.  Don't count your chickens before they hatch.  Believe it can happen and it will happen.  You are stronger, smarter, and more resilient than you think you are.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

The Wisdom of Nelson Mandela

This blog has done a few features including "The Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln""The Power of Love", and "10 Days of Dr. Seuss Quotes".  Now we are featuring a very important person in modern day history.  His passing caused sadness around the world but also reminded us of his greatness and impact on the world.

The next 7 blog entries will be dedicated to some of Nelson Mandela's most inspiring quotes and how you can impart their lessons into your daily life.  He was a man that was consistently optimistic, hopeful, compassionate, and courageous even in moments when success didn't seem possible.

Join us for his great lessons and thank you for continuing to read this blog and support it.  Be sure to "LIKE" our Facebook page to get the latest updates and inspirations!