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9 Simple Truths for Living Wise, Part 3

1.   When we let go of being the one who suffers, we are free to bring blessings wherever we go. ~ Tao Te Ching

2.   Resistance to the pain is worse than feeling the pain. ~ Geneen Roth

3.   The suffering and happiness in our world, both individual and collective depend on our consciousness. We have to find wiser ways to live. The good news is that it is eminently possible to do so. ~Jack Kornfield

4.   We are here to grow in wisdom and compassion, to grow in the path of awakening. ~ Ajan Chah

5.   Wisdom is harnessing the strength of our own better nature by working with it.

6.   A person’s life purpose is nothing more than to rediscover through the detours of art, or love, or passionate work, those one or two images in the presence of which his heart first opened. ~ Albert Camus

7.   There is an old contemplative saying: “If you cannot improve the silence, do not speak.”

8.   To love without expectation = unconditional love. ~ Geneen Roth

9.   Between the dream’s inspiration and its manifestation, there’s going to be a lot of perspiration. ~ John Maxwell

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