It’s happened to all of us. You have a “come to Jesus” moment and decide you need to […]
Emotional Intelligence – EQ – is a relatively recent behavioural model, rising to prominence with Daniel Goleman’s 1995 […]
Just remember that sex and love are not necessarily synonymous. Our love for our children can be extremely intense without any sexual overtones. No matter what the circumstances, try to develop that same kind of love in each of your relationships. We all know the sweetness of loving just one person. Can you imagine how much sweeter it would be to have those feelings for everyone? Think of the loving exchanges that could develop, the reciprocation that would enrich our own lives and the lives of others.
You can deliberately decide to reduce or discontinue activities or behaviors that are not as helpful as other activities or which can actually be hurtful to you in accomplishing the things you really want.
Bhismadeva advised for all human beings nine qualifications:
1. Not to become angry
2. Not to lie
3. To equally distribute wealth
4. To forgive
5. To beget children only by one’s legitimate wife
6. To be pure in mind and hygienic in body
As we grow up, we reach a point in our lives when we open up to change. A whole new understanding allows us to accept information that will help us to unlock our self-improvement power. Until that change happens, something we need to improve in our lives could be staring us in the face, however, we will not see it; even if it is right under our noses.