Self-abandonment is not a virtue but an act of insecurity.
Our talents are not ours to keep, but to be shared and to contribute to betterment of the world.
This power is not only for painters, sculptures, writers, or composers; it is an act of expression from which the uniqueness of each individual is called to share with the world.
This is a text I received from daughter Erica: Today, I have to deep clean the house, do a week’s worth of dishes, scrub our bathtub, go shopping for toiletries, complete 40 hours of Grant work by tomorrow, stop the kitten from ripping up the couches and eating my computer chord, and somehow find time … Continue reading Mother-Daughter Wisdom
People who believe in themselves tend to act on the small impulses that they receive from time to time. It is like there is an invisible force (and there is one) pushing them to take action on ideas they had just a week ago.
People who are burned out and don’t address it will fail or lose their passion. They will make careless mistakes that will sabotage their objectives and blame others for it.