Friday Philosophy…Healing

The mind, body, soul, and world all need healing right now.

“The wilderness is healing, a therapy for the soul.” ~ Nicholas Kristof

“What happens when people open their hearts?…They get better.” ~ Haruki Murakami

“Scars have the strange power to remind us that our past is real.” ~ Cormac McCarthy

“All healing is first a healing of the heart.” ~ Carl Townsend

“Nourishing myself is a joyful experience, and I am worth the time spent on my healing.” ~ Louise Hay

“Our sorrows and wounds are healed only when we touch them with compassion.” ~ Buddha

This month, let’s be kind: to ourselves and to each other. Whether it’s a stranger or a friend, extend a hand or a smile or some human kindness. Take time for self-care, but don’t forget that caring for each other is what gets us through this strange ride called life.

Blessings to you all. Never give up!

6 thoughts on “Friday Philosophy…Healing

  1. Caring for oneself is truly important, even though it is accused for the selfishness. That’s where I follow this advice:
    “If we were standing in your physical shoes, that would be our dominant quest: Entertaining Yourself, pleasing Yourself, connecting with Yourself, being Yourself, enjoying Yourself, loving Yourself. Some say, “Well, Abraham you teach selfishness. And we say, yes we do, yes we do, yes we do, because unless you are selfish enough to reach for that connection, you don’t have anything to give anyone, anyway. And when you are selfish enough to make that connection — you have an enormous gift that you give everywhere you are.”
    -Abraham-Hicks, 4/21/01

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