A Quote by Don Miguel Ruiz on self-esteem, zaadz, love, and psyche

You can measure the impeccability of your word by your level of self-love. How much you love yourself and how you feel about yourself are directly proportionate to the quality and integrity of your word. When you are impeccable with your word, you feel good; you feel happy and at peace.

You can transcend the dream of hell just by making the agreement to be impeccable hitw your word. Right now I am planting that seed in your mind. Whether or not the seed grows depends upon how fertile your mind is for the seeds of love. It is up to you to make this agreement with yourself: I am impeccable with my word. Nurture this seed, and as it grows in your mind, it will generate more seeds of love to replace the seeds of fear. This first agreement will change the kind of seeds your mind is fertile for.

Don Miguel Ruiz

Source: The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book), Pages: 44

Contributed by: Laurie

A Quote by Mevlana Jelalu'ddin Rumi on rumi, seeds, zaadz, vision, garden, and creativity

Can you find another market like this? /

Where, /
with your one rose /
you can buy hundreds of rose gardens?

Mevlana Rumi (1207 - 1273)

Source: The Essential Rumi - trans. Coleman Barks

Contributed by: Laurie

A Quote by William James on community, individual, zaadz, human, water, and rootlets

I am done with great things and big plans, great institutions and big successes.  I am for those tiny, invisible loving human forces that work from individual to individual, creeping through the crannies of the world like so many rootlets, or like the capillary oozing of water, yet which, if given time, will rend the hardest monuments of human pride.

William James (1842 - 1910)

Source: The Art of Possibility: Transforming Professional and Personal Life, Pages: 197

Contributed by: Gwen

A Quote by Michael on jerks, zaadz, technology, tribes, greed, market, government, social networks, and social networking

Suppose hypothetically that one out of every 200 people or so is a jerk.  In today's world these jerks will discover that if they enter government or business they can become super rich and powerful jerks.  Do we conclude, therefore, that markets (or government) have caused greed?  No, the fact is that once we no longer live in tiny tribes of 200, anonymity allows some people, who would have been assholes in a small tribe but who would have been sanctioned there, to go off and become jerks on a much, much larger scale.

Technology, including Zaadz, will allow us to evade the jerks far more than we could before.  The technology-based social responsibility movement, broadly construed, will allow us to return to some extent to the moral monitoring of small villages.

Michael Strong

Source: zPod:FLOW:Re: Forget the World Bank, Try Wal-Mart

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Brian on spirituality, duty, spirit, bodhisattva, path, potential, and zaadz

I strongly believe that nothing is more spiritual than living at our highest potential while serving others. I believe that the more closely aligned we are to “spirit” the more fully we will give ourselves in service to the world. As such, my “spiritual path” is the path that leads me to a more complete manifestation of my unique Bodhisattvic duties.

Brian Johnson

Source: B-SCAN with Brian Johnson (a.k.a. CEO+Philosopher of Zaadz)

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Mila on zaadz, motive, collective intelligence, collaborative intelligence, abundance, and right livelihood

But I don’t see Zaadz as a place with a single motive for its members - I think that we want to enable people of like minds (whether those minds be yogic, Buddhist, self-improvement-oriented) to congregate, communicate and cooperate, to create an atmosphere of wellness, support and abundance for ourselves and our members, and for ourselves - the wizards - to do so in a sustainable way that supports our own livelihoods.

Mila Jacob Stetser

Source: Jake (ジャコブ)'s Blog: Sunyata

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Aeon on zaadz, ceo, chief experience officer, community, social network, box, silo, and spirituality

First of all, I just want to make a distinction about who zaadz is serving. When we first came up with the idea for zaadz, we talked about creating a community for ‘spiritual’ people. Unfortunately, the word ‘spiritual’ normally conjures up a vision of groups of monks sitting in silent meditation or perhaps... a bunch of idealistic vegans.

Our big realization is that ‘spiritual’ doesn’t have to be put into a box (or a silo). We believe that spirituality is about following your soul’s purpose, whether that’s about doing yoga,  spinning poi or creating the next big thing on the web.

Aaron Eisenberger

Source: Aeon's Blog: Towards an Integral Zaadz

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by :franc on zaadz, community, inspiration, sustainability, and social network

We want to be part of people’s lives. People who want to live a life of health and sustainability. We want our members to learn from each other. We want our members to have various opinions. We want debate. We want encouragement. We want community.

We are not here to provide a platform for meaninglessness. We want people to come here for inspiration.

Franc Paul

Source: :franc's Blog: So what up with all this positive communication?

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Wallace D. Wattles on self-actualization, growth, seeds, and zaadz

A seed, dropped into the ground, springs into activity, and in the act of living produces a hundred more seeds, life, by living, multiplies itself. It is forever Becoming More, it must do so, if it continues to be at all.

Wallace D. Wattles

Source: The Science of Getting Rich or Financial Success Through Creative Thought, Pages: 25

Contributed by: Brian

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