Our passionate preoccupation with the sky, the stars, and a God somewhere in outer space is a homing impulse. We are drawn back to where we came from. --Eric Hoffer

Richard Rohr: From Being Driven to Being Drawn

Richard Rohr: From Being Driven to Being Drawn

Nov 7, 2017-- Knowing that there will be sadness, there will be challenges, that things aren't always smooth sailing, do you find yourself saying 'yes' to life? When we accept the uncomfortable experiences, we realize that joy and sadness can coexist, and by choosing our focus, we change the direction of our lives. The foundation of 'yes' to all that occurs does not mean we relinquish our strength and boundaries. Rather, it builds the confidence within us to have an unwavering resolve when 'no' is needed. We readily say 'no' to all that doesn't serve us when we are our paths serving the world. This is where we shift from being driven by negative motivations to being drawn by the positive source of soul awareness within. (13890 reads)


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