A wisdom quote from Neale Donald Walsch on “Why is this happening?”

“Why is this happening?” is the most useless question in the Universe. The only really profitable question is, “What?” As in, “What do I choose now?” This question empowers. The “why” question simply perplexes, and rarely satisfies even when it gets a good answer. So don’t try to “figure it out.” Stop it. Just focus…

A quote from Neale Donald Walsch about “your soul”

  Life is about your soul, not about your body and not about your mind. Most people work hard to keep the body happy. Then they seek to stimulate their mind. Then…if there is time… they look after their soul. Yet the most beneficial priority has it just the other way around. When was the…

A quote by Neale Donald Walsch on “living rightly”

You will benefit enormously if you simply strive to be a good person. Strive to live rightly. This will not always be easy. It will require real work, real dedication, real commitment to the Journey of Your Soul. Yet in the end, I trust in God that it will be so very worth it, for…

A quote (within quotes) by Neale Donald Walsch on “fear”

   “Fear is one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” Bertrand Russell said that, and he was right.  Elisabeth Kubler-Ross said, “Fear and guilt are the only enemies of man.” She was right, too.  And Franklin Roosevelt famously said,  “The only thing we have to fear is fear…

A quote from Neale Donald Walsch about “your expectations”

Thinking the highest thought  is the safest mental exercise. Do not be tempted to think the smallest thought or to lower your expectations so that anything above that will be considered a “win” for you. You will have already lost… Your safety will not be found in working hard to avoid disappointment, but in hardly…

A quote from Neale Donald Walsch on “making decisions”

Not to decide is to decide. Letting something go until it “decides itself” is Life by Default. You don’t want to live that way. So choose. Choose right now. Stop worrying about what you can “lose” or how you can “win” and just follow your joy. Where does your joy say you should go? by Neale Donald…