Reviews for Transform Difficulties into Triumphs in 30 Days

Review of Transform Difficulties Into Triumphs in 30 Days by Paul McQuillan Director at LifeChange Therapies, Brisbane, Australia. Many thanks Paul for taking the time to review this work 🙂 “The capacity to turn tragedy into triumph is a logotherapy theme that Carol Knox has picked up throughout her self-help workbook. She challenges the reader to doContinue reading “Reviews for Transform Difficulties into Triumphs in 30 Days”

Love and the Essence of Another

In the words of the timeless Viktor Frankl:   “Love is the only way to grasp another human being in the innermost core of his personality. No one can become fully aware of the very essence of another human being unless he loves him. By his love he is enabled to see the essential traitsContinue reading “Love and the Essence of Another”

Video Inspiration – Love and the Positive in Your Life

Inspiration for meaningful living: Remember that love is immutable and eternal. The love and positive in your life, even though in the past, remains yours and nothing can erase or diminish that, it remains yours forever. “It is the true harvest of your life” -Elisabeth Lukas. Photo by Nicole Honeywill on Unsplash

Training in Tenderness by Dzigar Kongtrul

A beautiful extract from a forward to this book by  Pema Chödrön “According to the Buddhist view, all living beings—not only humans, but fish, insects, and every other creature—already possess tenderness in their hearts. As my root teacher Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche used to say, ‘All beings have the capacity for warm-hearted feelings. Everybody loves somebody orContinue reading “Training in Tenderness by Dzigar Kongtrul”

“…always have a mountain in life to climb” Dag Aabye

Dag Aabye dubbed “the most elusive man in North America”, is the champion of the 80-mile ultramarathon aptly named the “death race.” Aabye is the oldest person to have ever finished the race. In his words: ‘Treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping, and always have a mountain in life to climb.’ ReadContinue reading ““…always have a mountain in life to climb” Dag Aabye”