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Francisco de Asís tells us that we must work to build peace. But there is no true peace without truth! There can be no true peace if each one is his own criteria, if each one can always claim exclusively his own rights, without caring at the same time for the good of others, of all, based on the nature that unites every human being. on this earth. . —Pope Francisco
After being born with the faith of a child, full of faith, ordinary people begin to lose faith. Society makes fun of them. Your friends smile. They come to change the world, but in time the world changes them. They soon forget who they were; they forget the faith they once had. Then one day someone tells them the truth, but they don't want to go back because they feel comfortable in their new skin. Being a stranger in this world is never easy. —ted decker
Whatever you do, it will be a path. Life doesn't work like a light switch: on/off, fat/thin, miserable/happy, crazy/sane. All things take time, patience and practice. Anyone who says otherwise is profiting from their appalling ignorance of the truth. —Vironika Tugaleva
The voice of pain is quite convincing, isn't it? It says that you are "too old" or "not good enough" or "not worthy enough" to get another chance at life, that starting over is impossible. That voice in your head is the first thing you hear in the morning and the last thing you hear at night. He takes you to work. Stay with you at lunchtime. The message from him is so consistent that due to the repetitiveness of it, you might be inclined to believe it. But however persuasive the voice of mourning, everything he says is a lie.
It's all a bunch of lies.
Do you want the truth? If you do, start listening to life calling you into your pain.
As? Every time you want to be hugged and loved, to laugh again, listen to your wish. Don't listen to your fear. . . Hear life calling you: "I'm here, come on. Give me a chance. I am your life and you are all I have."Cristina Rasmussen
Here is a remarkable truth: God can produce eternal results from our limited-time efforts. This is what Jesus is suggesting when he tells us to store up treasures in heaven and not on earth. When we invest our time in what has eternal meaning, we store up treasures in heaven. On this side of heaven, the only investments with eternal significance are people. "Living well this day" means prioritizing relationships over material gain. We cannot take our things with us when we die, but, God willing, we can feed the hungry and clothe the needy in such a way that an eternal result is achieved. We can pronounce words that, by the Lord's favor, become the very words of life. This is the calling of the missionary, the mogul and the mother of young children: take your time to impact people for all eternity. —Jen Wilkin
Buddha taught: "Breathing in, I acknowledge my feelings. Breathing out, I calm my feelings." If you practice this, not only will your feelings calm down, but the energy of mindfulness will also help you see the nature and roots of your anger. Mindfulness helps you focus and look deeply. This is the true meditation. Understanding will come after some time of practice. You will see the truth about yourself and the truth about the person you thought was the cause of your suffering. This insight will free you from your anger and transform the roots of anger in you. The transformation in you will also help to transform the other person. Conscious speech can bring true happiness, and distracted speech can kill. When someone tells us something that makes us happy, it's a wonderful gift. But sometimes someone says something so cruel and distressing that we want to commit suicide. We lost our joie de vivre. —Thich Nhat Hanh
[Photography] says that every second in time is different from every other second. He wants people to understand that the image in front of them has something to do with the truth and can never be repeated. —bola de roger
Worship is not music. Surely we can worship him without musicians and without a song. And by the way, God doesn't really seek worship. The Word tells us that He seeks worshipers. He is not looking for those who make the most beautiful music. He is looking for those who worship in spirit...and in truth. Music is just one of the ways he has commanded us to express our worship. However, many worship leaders today spend more time honing their craft and planning/rehearsing their worship ensembles than they do alone in worship. —steven rice
Still, we've softened since those days of wartime sacrifice, haven't we? Contemporary humans are too self-centered, too addicted to gratification, to live without the complete freedom to indulge our every whim, or so our culture tells us every day. And yet the truth is that we continue to make collective sacrifices in the name of a greater abstract good all the time. We sacrifice our pensions, our hard-earned employment rights, our arts and extracurricular programs. We send our children to learn in increasingly crowded classrooms, run by increasingly harassed teachers. We accept that we have to pay much more for the destructive energy sources that power our transportation and our lives. We accept that bus and subway fares increase more and more as long as the service does not improve or degenerates. We accept that a public university education should result in a debt that will take half a lifetime to repay, when a generation ago you would not have heard of such a thing. —noemi klein
If a person tells you that you are a horse, they are crazy. If three people say that you are a horse, there is a conspiracy. If 10 people say you're a horse, it's time to buy a saddle." The point is, if multiple people say the same thing, there's probably some truth to it. —jack canfield
The next time someone tells you to smile for the camera and you don't want to, say no thanks. Don't fake your way to a seemingly happy life. Open and vulnerable honesty is true positivity. —Waylon H. Lewis
The truth was that it had been a long time since she felt like a police officer. That was a place she never thought she would get to. Be like the rest of them after ten years. Angry and drunk. Insensitive to almost everything. It wasn't supposed to be her. But now I knew what everyone else knew: that what you need to stay strong and keep your head straight, that deliberate daily apathy that you practice as meditation, is what, in the end, steals your desire. Arrive. in the car and catch the bad guys. Nobody tells you that once you put the armor on, you can never take it off. —scott franco
Is this Tree of Life a God that can be worshipped? pray for? Fear? Probably not. But he made the ivy ivy and the sky so blue, so maybe the music I love tells the truth after all. The Tree of Life is not perfect or infinite in space or time, but it is real, and if it is not Anselm's "Being greater than anything conceivable", it is certainly a being greater than any of us. he never conceived in details worthy of his details. Is it something sacred? Yes, I mean with Nietzsche. I could not pray to him, but I can affirm the magnificence of him. This world is sacred. —Daniel C. Dennett
My three favorite travel writers of all time are Robert Louis Stevenson, Graham Greene, and Chuck Thompson. Smile When You're Lying not only tells the truth about the noise of travel writing, it also gets to the heart of some of the travel industry's best kept secrets. —friedman curly
Who invents things? Who tells the true story? We all turn our lives into stories. It is a defining characteristic of our species. We recount our experiences. We quickly learn which parts are interesting to our listeners and which parts are left behind, and we shape our narratives accordingly. That doesn't mean we're not telling the truth; we just learn which parts to skip. Every time we tell the story again, we don't go back to the original event and start from scratch, we go back to the last time we told the story. It is history that we shape and improve, we do not change what happened. This is also a way we have to protect ourselves. It would be very painful to relive a childhood illness or the death of your best friend every time you had to talk about it. By telling the story from the story rather than the actual facts, we can distance ourselves from our suffering. It also gives us an opportunity to make the story something that people can hear. —Ann Patchett
The man who never speaks an unpleasant truth "at the wrong time" (the right time has yet to be discovered) is the man whose success in life is reasonably assured. —Agnes Repplier
First of all, you have to keep exposing the world around you for what it is: manipulative, controlling, power-hungry, and ultimately destructive. The world tells a lot of lies about who you are, and you just have to be realistic enough to remember that. Whenever you feel hurt, offended or rejected, dare to tell yourself: 'These feelings, however strong they are, do not tell the truth about me. The truth, though I cannot feel it now, is that I am God's chosen child, precious in God's eyes, called Beloved from all eternity and kept safe in an everlasting belief. —Henrique J.M. Nouwen
Right now, you're probably basing your value on how other people value you, even though most of the time you don't even know what those people really think. You are assuming what they think based on the behavior you have interpreted. In fact, most people don't even think about you. They are too focused on their own. And if they think of you, they probably don't think what you think they think. You are probably projecting your own fears of not being good enough at them. What you think they think says more about your own opinion of yourself than it does about them. —kimberly giles
It is the highest activity of the human soul and, therefore, it is at the same time the last test of the true spiritual condition of man. There is nothing that tells the truth about us as Christians more than our prayer life. ... —John F. MacArthur Jr.
Because although women lie when they have to and men lie all the time, the mirror always tells the truth. —jane yolen
Sera calls Drew to tell him about this girl she just met and likes a lot and she doesn't want to rush things, and Drew tells her to go ahead, don't waste time, that she or the girl in question could die tomorrow. , that "life can be taken away faster than pressing a button", and Sera gets upset and tells Drew to stop "talking about death", and Drew says, "After seeing my friends in boxes, so immovable like caged meat in a meat cooler, I just can't do that", and Sera says, "God, I can't tell you anything, right?" before hanging up, and Drew, ignoring this sudden silence, begins to think about the clay funeral directors use to mask the truth about dead things. —Brian Alan Ellis
But in short, the recipe for a growing person is always truer grace over time. Give a person grace (undeserved favor) a truth (structure), and do this over time, and you have the best chance for that person to become a person of good character. Grace includes support, resources, love, compassion, forgiveness, and all relational aspects of God's nature. Truth is the fabric of life; it tells us how we should live our lives and how life really works. —henry cloud