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Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. --Neale Donald Walsch (in Remote Wonders : A Conversation with Elaine Ling)

Every moment of light and dark is a miracle --Walt Whitman (in There Are Angels)

The Greek division of human life into "mind," "body," "emotions," "psyche," and "spirit" underlies the modern Western view. The Semitic languages do not divide reality in this way. They provide multiple words for the subconscious self, all tied to the communal self. They imply a continuum between what we call spirit and body, not a division. --Neil Douglas-Klotz (in Hidden Teachings on Life & Death)

Anything I've ever tried to keep by force I've lost. --Marie Howe (in Marie Howe: On Matters of Life and Death)

Myth is the hidden part of every story, the buried part, the region that is still unexplored because there are as yet no words to enable us to get there. Myth is nourished by silence as well as by words. --Italo Calvino (in Myth in the Age of the Anthropocene)

You were not just born to center your entire existence on work and labor. You were born to heal, to grow, to be of service to yourself and community, to practice, to experiment, to create, to have space, to dream, and to connect. --Tricia Hersey (in The Seven Types of Rest Everyone Needs)

Our brains renew themselves throughout life to an extent previously thought not possible. --Michael S. Gazzaniga (in The Power of Brain Training)

Nothing can make our life, or the lives of other people, more beautiful than perpetual kindness. --Leo Tolstoy (in 2000 Years of Kindness)

So it always is: when you escape to a desert the silence shouts in your ear. --Graham Greene (in The Sounds of Silence)

You want resilience in healing? It comes from Source. Resilience is rooted in Source. --Shay Beider (in Shay Beider: Resilience is Rooted in Source)

Writing isn't a conveyer belt bearing the reader to "the point" at the end of the piece, where the meaning will be revealed. Good writing is significant everywhere, Delightful everywhere. --Verlyn Klinkenborg (in On Writing More Clearly)

There are, strictly speaking, no enlightened people, there is only enlightened activity.
--Shunryu Suzuki
(in Zen TV)

Miracles are a retelling in small letters of the very same story which is written across the whole world in letters too large for some of us to see. --C.S. Lewis (in Why Do We Not Sing These Things as Miracles?)

We are always in a perpetual state of being created and creating ourselves. --Dan Siegel (in IntraConnected: Discovering MWe (Me + We))

We can think of attention as the leader of our brain. Wherever our attention goes, the rest of the brain follows. Whatever we pay attention to the brain amplifies. --Amishi Jha (in Amishi Jha: Pay Attention to Your Attention)

Every act of communication is a miracle of translation. --Ken Liu (in Translation Lessons from Superlichen)

Let no one say the past is dead, the past is all about us and within. --Oodgeroo Noonuccal (in When I Touched the Ground)

I dwell in possibility. --Emily Dickinson (in Mink! Champion of Title IX)

When you have dreams, you know when they come from the creator. --Jim Miller (in Dakota 38: One Filmmaker's Ride of a Lifetime)

The generous piece of writing, the asymmetrical piece of writing, doesn't boss you or pull you; it creates many emptinesses, fills them in partly, inconclusively at times, and creates them again. --Andy Couturier (in Asymmetry & the Art of Generous Creation)

Where there is love, there is revolution, because love is transformation from moment to moment. --Jiddu Krishnamurti (in A Higher Level of Conscious Engagement)

My goal in medicine is to help provide a way to navigate and sort through health information based on an entirely new way of thinking about health and disease. --Mark Hyman (in Young Forever: Why Balance Matters)

The moment of change is the only poem.
--Adrienne Rich
(in Strange Bedfellows)

Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood. --Fred Rogers (in A Little Girl Tugs at the Tablecloth)

The effect of music is so very much more powerful and penetrating than is that of the other arts, for these others speak only of the shadow, but music of the essence. --Arthur Schopenhauer (in Changing Destructive Stories Through Music)

I think I'm in rather honest company in asserting that there is an authentic self that's got nothing to do with your life history. You can lose contact with it, but you can never destroy it, and it's always been there. --Gabor Mate (in Gabor Mate: Healing Into Wholeness in a Toxic Culture)

We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope. --Martin Luther King Jr. (in Dying to Make a Living)

Unexpected intrusions of beauty. This is what life is. --Saul Bellow (in Why Beauty Matters)

Life is far more interesting than it needs to be, because the forces that guide it are not merely practical. --David Rothenberg (in David Rothenberg: The Joy & Mystery of Interspecies Music Making)

One discovers the light in darkness, that is what darkness is for; but everything in our lives depends on how we bear the light. --James Baldwin (in The Light That Bridges the Dark Expanse Between Lonelinesses)

And our inexplicable love for this world, our delight and grief -- what is that but the Cosmos loving itself, delighting in itself, grieving for itself? --David Hinton (in An Ethics of Wild Mind)

Sometimes we need to be taught how and where to seek wonder, but it's always there, waiting, full of mystery and magic. --Diane Ackerman (in Finding Wonderland)

To fully understand who I am and what I am capable of, I need to always see myself in terms of a community. --John Hunter (in World Peace & Other 4th Grade Achievements)

Sleep is the single most effective thing we can do to reset our brain and body health each day -- Mother Nature's best effort yet at contra-death. --Matt Walker (in Matt Walker: Sleep Is Your Superpower)

Maybe the purpose of being here, wherever we are, is to increase the durability and occasions of love among and between peoples. --June Jordan (in June Jordan's Legacy of Solidarity & Love)

Democracy requires the kind of education that helps young people learn to lead themselves. --Deborah Meier (in The Company We Keep: Deborah Meier)

Real dialogue is where two or more people become willing to suspend their certainty in each other's presence. --David Bohm (in David Bohm: On Dialog)

Wholeness is a kind of attitude or approach to the whole of life. If we can have a coherent approach to reality then reality will respond coherently to us. --David Bohm (in Separation Without Separateness: A Day That Changed My Life)

Ask yourself: Have you been kind today? Make kindness your daily modus operandi and change your world.
--Annie Lennox
(in What I Regret Most Are Failures of Kindness)

And ever has it been known that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation. --Khalil GIbran (in Bicycling Around the World for Love)

I am awaiting perpetually and forever a renaissance of wonder --Lawrence Ferlinghetti (in Lawrence Ferlinghetti: Instructions to Painters & Poets)

Patterns can be useful, but pattern breaks can be even more revealing. --Zachary Shore (in Zach Shore: Shining A Light Amidst Deep Moral Conflicts)

Perhaps the most liberating moment in my life was when I realized that my self-loathing was not a product of my inadequacy but, rather, a product of my thoughts. --Vironika Tugaleva (in Emotional Reappraisal: A Form of Creativity)

I would say the most defining variable of successful nonviolent movements is the large, diverse and sustained participation. --Maria Stephan (in Waging Conflict Without Violence: Maria Stephan)

Nature is not a luxury: its presence or absence creates and causes different health outcomes for different groups of people. --Lucy Jones (in Creatures that Don't Conform)

Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less. --Marie Curie (in The Science of a Meaningful Life: Top 10 Insights from 2022 )

Are you willing to let go of yourself so that you can be who you really are? --Michael Singer (in Michael Singer: Living Untethered)

Practice yourself, for heaven's sake, in little things, and thence proceed to greater.
(in The Art of Budo)

It isn't enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn't enough to believe in it. One must work at it. --Eleanor Roosevelt (in 3 Steps to Build Peace & Create Change)

I do not believe in the doctrine of the greatest good of the greatest number. It means in its nakedness that in order to achieve the supposed good of 51%, the interest of 49% may be, or rather, should be sacrificed. It is a heartless doctrine. --Gandhi (in #heartivism: Gently Shaking the World)

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