Yom Kippur teaches us the value of forgiveness. Cultivating compassion and loving-kindness to forgive others is great. But it must start within.
How do we ask for forgiveness if we are unable to offer it to others? If we can change, isn’t it fair to assume others can also change?
Forgiveness is not merely a response to an apology; it is something we can do even without an apology.
We are living in a time when there seems to be a constant need for apology, but a lack of authentic apology. What does it mean to apologize authentically?
If you’re not maximizing your potential, it’s not from a lack of vision or strategy; it’s because you simply can’t access the energy you need.
It’s the moment I’ve been waiting for. I’m home-free. And it’s not the best feeling ever.
The life we live in a space isn’t always what we envision. But what makes a life, anyway?