It’s not hard to see that our world is full of tragedy. So many people act out of self-interest. Our moral compass is fractured. But as we destroy, we also have the power to exert a positive impact on the world.

This is what the Dalai Lama calls a FORCE FOR GOOD.


Most religions say to help one’s neighbor or the stranger or the widow, and to some extent, we are all those people so when we help others, we are helping those parts of ourselves.


Let them misunderstand you.

Let them gossip about you.

Their opinions are not your problems.

You stay kind, committed to love, and free in your authenticity.

No matter what they do or say, don’t you dare doubt your worth or the beauty of your truth.

Just keep shining like you do.


I will trust you Lord

I surrender my burdens to you

I believe that you will, will be done

I pray you grant me peace and discernment to accept the things that are out of my control

I have faith that no matter who comes against me, you will turn it around for my good

I trust the plan you have over my life and know it is better than my own

I pray that you continue to be with me and guide me as I move through this beautiful world you created


You obtain objects to help you lifting up in life and to achieve your goal.

Most important thing to always remember in life is your goal.

You set your goal, you must struggle to achieve it.

Once you achieve your goal, set another goal to stay determined.


Life requires perseverance, self-denial, hard work, sacrifice, dedication and respect. It doesn’t get easy on anyone until we understand our core purpose of being alive and follow the plan which we are a part of.

Initially, we are a part of the plan of existence and later when we successfully walk through it, the plan becomes a part of our existence. We just need to be patient and keep going on the right path.


It has always been seen that where there is a conflict, there are two opponents. It is impossible that conflict rises without having opponent in between.

We always choose sides and so maintaining the cause of conflict. If we stay neutral, we bypass the conflict.


We are possessive, so we have created a social structure which necessitates progressively ruthless exploitation and aggression.

The problem is that we are surrounded with so much noise that we don’t actually listen to each other.

If we listen completely, entirely, wholly, at the actual moment of listening there is no confusion, and that moment is enough.