Tag Archive for ‘compassion’

You Can’t Know What You Know Before You Know It: Relationship Lessons from a Yogini

“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” –Maya Angelou “Boss up and change your life. You can have it all, no sacrifice.” –Lizzo   When someone is not right for you, he or she will show you that again and again through actions. I don’t care what this person says, or what story you have in your head about how the whole relationship is going […]

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Sense and Essence Podcast, Episode 3: Forgiveness and Compassion

“To err is human; to forgive, divine.” –Alexander Pope Forgiveness is like lighting a candle in the dark. It is the ability to see the world from another’s standpoint, even when that person has hurt you, and even when you don’t agree with that person’s point of view. Here, Dan Staub and Jana Llewellyn discuss the difficulty of forgiveness, what it means, and whether it is necessary to leading a […]

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