Thursday, July 10, 2008

Who sets the standards you live by?

Who sets the standards you live by?

"If I get to pick what I want to do, then it's play...
if someone else tells me that I have to do it, then it's work."

Are you continually struggling to accomplish what is expected of
you? If so, stop to think for a moment:
who holds those expectations?

Perhaps you're trying to meet the expectations of a parent or
a teacher or other authority figures who may be long gone from
your life. But many of us toil under the critical eyes of a vague
`somebody' who always judges that we've never done enough or
done things well enough. Who is this phantom judge?
And do we need to care about what they think any longer?

We find both our own power and happiness when we begin to
set our own standards around what has heart and meaning for us.

"Doubt yourself and you doubt everything you see.
Judge yourself and you see judges everywhere.
But if you listen to the sound of your own voice,
you can rise above doubt and judgment. And you can see forever."

The least we can do as individuals is to motivate and inspire another human being!
Because a candle loses nothing by lighting another!
Muhammad Ahmad Khan
Reiki Master & Master in Fourth Dimension

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