What Are We Fighting For?

what are we fighting for

People fight each other because of: Beliefs, Opinions, Religions Sports, Politics, Information Oil, Gold, Food Territories, Properties, Privileges MONEY Jobs, Businesses, Products Status, Audience, Customers Romantic partners Material possessions There are perhaps more than these. I don’t know. But seriously, what are we fighting for? We are all human beings living on this beautiful planet. We are all […]... Read More »

The Best Gift? Love

Best Gift is Love

Some people spend huge money on material things as a gift for their loved ones. Nothing’s wrong with that, especially if you have the money and you earned it the right way. To substitute love with shiny objects, however, is a fool’s game. Nothing can replace genuine love. Love is an act. Not a token. […]... Read More »

Who are the Bad People?

A drug addict robbed a grocery store. A husband battered his wife. A mother abandoned her newly born baby. A terrorist bombed the city. The corrupt politician. The lazy employee. The abusive employer. The irresponsible father. The dishonest salesman. The scammer. The prostitute. The alcoholic neighbor. The murderer. The rapist. We hear stories about them […]... Read More »

The Greatest Love of All

We keep searching for love on social media or dating sites, not realizing we already have that one person who loves us unconditionally: Our mother. I’m aware not all mothers love their kids. That is reality. I don’t judge them. But if your mom has always been there for you, if your mom supports, teaches, and […]... Read More »

8 Ways to Practice Generosity

Ways-To-Practice-Generosity

Call a family member of friend or coworker and help solve one of their problems (whatever problem they have). Gift a healthy food to a random stranger. Find someone lonely? Talk to them. Listen. Empathize. Share what you know about a certain topic. Don’t insist you’re right. Just share it. People may find it useful. […]... Read More »

How Empathy Can Change the World

“Empathy fuels connection” said by Dr. Brené Brown in her 2013 RSA talk, The Power of Vulnerability. There is something magical with empathy. When we empathize, we don’t only feel sorry for the person. Instead, we put ourselves in their position. When we empathize, we take their perspectives and connect on a deeper emotional level. When we […]... Read More »