Greed is wreaking havoc on our planet.
“We are in danger of destroying ourselves by our greed and stupidity.” ~Stephen Hawking
“In a country well-governed, poverty is something to be ashamed of. In a country badly governed, wealth is something to be ashamed of.” ~ Confucius
What Causes Greed?
The Free Dictionary defines greed as “an inordinate desire to acquire or possess more than one needs, especially with respect to material wealth.” Continue reading Greed
Knowing the difference between caring and caretaking can sometimes be confusing. Discover how to tell the difference.
Have you sometimes wondered how to know the difference between caring and caretaking? This is the question that Arielle is asking:
“I’m mindful of my over-giving tendency. But often I don’t realize I’m caretaking until after the fact when I feel drained. How can I know (before I take the action) when my giving is really caretaking?”
To know the difference, you need to become aware of a number of issues. Here are some questions you can ask yourself:
Continue reading “How Can I Know When I’m Caring And When I’m Caretaking?”
Do you sometimes feel trapped with some who wants to be listened to but doesn’t want to listen to you?
One of the common complaints I hear from my clients is that they listen well but they end up just listening and never being heard.
This is the issue that Ginger wrote to me . . . → Read More: Are You Stuck in One-Way Relationships?
Your spiritual guidance is always here for you, but you need to know how to access it. Connecting with Spirit is simple, but not always easy.
What if you knew that you are never alone – that you are always being guided by a personal source of spiritual guidance? If you knew and experienced . . . → Read More: What if You Knew That You Are Never Alone?
Are you using the past to avoid feeling some current painful feelings?
I could see immediately, in the third Skype session I was having with Vicky, that she was feeling very sad.
“Vicky, what are you so sad about?”
“Since I’ve been learning Inner Bonding, I keep looking back and feeling so sad about . . . → Read More: Are You Addicted to the Past?