On this day, in 1910, Mother Teresa was born. She would have been 105 today. Although she is no longer with us, she has left us a legacy that will inspire generations to come. Her accomplishments include winning to Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, but far more important is the legacy she has left of countless people still
I believe that – whether big or small – every one of us wants to change the world for the better in some way. Every once in awhile, though, we need a little reminder that changing the world doesn’t come from changing others… it comes from changing ourselves.
Journey from loving our neighbour to judging them is a sad one indeed. The journey from judging our neighbour back to loving them, is the product of compassion. The purpose of this TEDx talk was to share what I have discovered as the 3 step recipe for compassion, which, when employed, will automatically replace judgement with love.
For years there has been a stigma around mental illness that has prevented us from speaking openly about it. It is a complex issue, far beyond my full comprehension. We need to realize mental health is more important than mental illness.
Often, when we are standing under the cloud, in the shadow, it’s difficult – if not impossible – to see that the sunshine is really there. If you find yourself under the cloud, and can only see the shadow in your life, try these ideas. I promise they’ll help…