RICH YET POOR.

RICH YET POOR BY: GIVEN MOYO We have taller buildings, but short tempers: wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints: we spend more, but have less: we buy more but enjoy it less. We have bigger houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time, we have more degrees, but less common sense: more knowledge, but less judgement: more experts, but more problems: more medicine, but less wellness. We have multiplied our possesions, but reduced our values. We talk too much; love too seldom and lie too often. We’ve learnt how to make a living but not a life: we’ve added years … Continue reading RICH YET POOR.

HEALING WOUNDED RELATIONSHIPS, PART 3

! BY: GIVEN MOYO There are no painless, foolproof guarantees: healing a relationship involves shared effort and risk. I have trust that ultimately you will forgive me and put the offense behind you, and you have to believe that i am sincere about changing. Healing wounded relationships is a two-person job. Your job is to work at trusting me again, and mine is to provide you with evidence that i am trustworthy. When we do that we invite one another’s co-operation, encourage each other and shorten the distance that separates us. Making a relationship work means deciding you have real … Continue reading HEALING WOUNDED RELATIONSHIPS, PART 3

THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN EVERYTHING FALLS APART…

Things to Remember When Everything Falls Apart “Sometimes things fall apart so that better things can fall together.” – Marilyn Monroe In this story book of life, things rarely go as planned. However, the hiccups along the way serve as valuable lessons in our evolution as spiritual beings. Also, the challenges we meet help us appreciate the victories even more, and give us perspective on the beauty within those difficult times. With the Complexities of modern life, it’s virtually impossible to avoid some sort of problem. The key to solving the problems lies in how you deal with them, and … Continue reading THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN EVERYTHING FALLS APART…