recognition

A Quote by Lynne Twist on joy, living, path of joy, freedom, recognition, awareness, awakening, enlightenment, challenge, and being

I suggest that sufficiency is precise. Enough is a place you can arrive at and dwell in. So often we think of "abundance'" as the point at which we'll know we've really arrived, but abundance continues to be elusive if we think we'll find it in some excessive amount of something. True abundance does exist; it flows from sufficiency, in an experience of the beauty and wholeness of what is. Abundance is a fact of nature. It is a fundamental law of nature, that there is enough and it is finite. Its finiteness is no threat; it creates a more accurate relationship that commands respect, reverance, and managing those resources with the knowledge that they are precious and in ways that do the most good for the most people.

Lynne Twist

Source: The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life, Pages: 86

Contributed by: Joy Bringer

A Quote by John O'Donohue on friendship and recognition

Your beloved and your friends were once strangers.  Somehow at a particular time, they came from the distance toward your life. Their arrival seemed so accidental and contingent. Now your life is unimaginable without them.

John O'Donohue

Source: Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom

Contributed by: Tsuya

A Quote by John O'Donohue on friendship and recognition

Real friendship or love is not manufactured or achieved by an act of will or intention.  Friendship is always an act of recognition... in the moment of friendship, two souls suddenly recognize each other.  It could be a meeting on the street, or at a party or a lecture, or just a simple, banal introduction, then suddenly there is the flash of recognition and the embers of kinship grow.  There is an awakening between you, a sense of ancient knowing.

John O'Donohue

Source: Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom, Pages: 22..23

Contributed by: Tsuya

A Quote by Abigail Van Buren on sun, blisters, realistic, expect, place, recognition, and pain

If you want a place in the sun, you've got to expect a few blisters.

Abigail Van Buren (1918 -)

Contributed by: Zaady

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