Perfection



“When one is willing to unconditionally accept the self in all its perfection, others will have the privilege of witnessing that perfection.”

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Highest Form of Art



Women are the highest form of art. They need to be valued and appreciated but not necessarily understood.

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Life Without Burden



Life without burden is allowing life to come to you versus you trying to make it into what you want.

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Gift of Life



Pretending you are not going to die is living on borrowed time. Accepting that death is only a step away at all times lets you enjoy the gift of life without the burden of time.

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You Are The Same



You can mold a piece of clay many different ways but it is always a piece of clay. You can learn and evolve a lot but there is no “old” you or “new” you. You are the same your whole life, but at different times you get to see different aspects of yourself.

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Upside Down Smile



When someone is sad, they do not need you to remind them to be happy. Think of their smile as just being upside down.

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Unconditional Acceptance



If you can accept that you cannot get rid of any part of yourself you will also realize that that nothing else is missing. It is called unconditional acceptance.

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Ticket To Paradise



Your ticket to paradise is purchased with unconditional acceptance. When you buy that ticket, you also get a bonus coupon for unconditional love.

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Breathing



A ventilator is a breathing machine you can find in the intensive care unit to temporarily help the body to accept life and love through a forced breath. Once the infirm body accepts life, breathing begins to occur naturally.

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How You React



Suffering has nothing to do with what is happening to you but with how you react to what’s happening.

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