- lean against a stone wall in a sleeveless shirt. feel it's weight against yours. let it cool you down.
BE IMPECCABLE WITH YOUR WORD
SPEAK WITH INTEGRITY
SAY ONLY WHAT YOU MEAN
AVOID USING THE WORD TO SPEAK AGAINST YOURSELF OR TO GOSSIP ABOUT OTHERS USE THE POWER OF YOUR WORD IN THE DIRECTION OF TRUTH AND LOVE
DON'T TAKE ANYTHING PERSONALLY
NOTHING OTHERS DO IS BECAUSE OF YOU
WHAT OTHERS SAY AND DO IS A PROJECTION OF THEIR OWN REALITY
WHEN YOU ARE IMMUNE TO THE OPINIONS AND ACTIONS OF OTHERS YOU WON'T BE THE VICTIM OF NEEDLESS SUFFERING
DON'T MAKE ASSUMPTIONS
FIND THE COURAGE TO ASK QUESTIONS AND TO EXPRESS WHAT YOU REALLY WANT
COMMUNICATE WITH OTHERS AS CLEARLY AS YOU CAN TO AVOID MISUNDERSTANDINGS, SADNESS AND DRAMAS WITH JUST THIS ONE AGREEMENT, YOU CAN COMPLETELY TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE
ALWAYS DO YOUR BEST
YOUR BEST IS GOING TO CHANGE FROM MOMENT TO MOMENT: IT WILL BE DIFFERENT WHEN YOU ARE
HEALTHY AS OPPOSED TO SICK UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE, SIMPLY DO YOUR BEST, AND YOU WILL AVOID SELF-JUDGEMENT, SELF-ABUSE AND REGRET
What if we could release ourselves from an internalized time clock and remember that slow is efficient, slow is effective, slow is beautiful?
I think there is something to the idea that, in order to persist in a long personal project with no outside pressure, you have to be as in love with your process as with the desired output.
to overcome imposter syndrome, have confidence in your depth of curiosity rather than your expertise.
True attention is always fresh, never monotonous; you look at the same thing and see something different each time. You’re always going deeper.