"God created you to live happily, each of us deserves happiness because God loves us so much. You can stop being afraid of life. You can discover that loving God leads you through your life, you can discover that all your past experiences prepared you for your exceptional present and future." The above sentences are … Continue reading My idea is quite simple…
'Just sit anywhere: by a window, in a church, in a museum, or on a bench in the park next door, and just look, feel everything that's around me.' The title of this post and its first sentence is a quote from Astrid Eulalie's book 'La Minute chat' (I have the Polish version of this … Continue reading ‘I sit down and just watch.’
We have one life, so harmony should apply to all life and all areas of life. Whether it is private life, professional life, financial matters and anything else related to human development should be in harmony. In my opinion, it is impossible to live believing in God, praying to Him, and at the same time … Continue reading Spiritual life and daily life can (and should) be harmoniously connected (I experience this in my life).
Why this title of today's post? Life is short, here on earth we live once, but what about after death? After death is eternal life, where there is no fear or tears. I am a Catholic, today is Sunday, a holy day, a day set aside for celebration and rest. In my opinion, spiritual growth … Continue reading Why Do I Think That Spiritual Growth Is The Most Important?
In a few days I will finish reading the book from which I took the inspiration to write this post. The book is 'Heroic Living: Discover Your Purpose and Change the World' by Chris Lowney. I'll start with a quote from page 201 that got me thinking. The quote is from the Polish version of … Continue reading We Cannot Achieve Our Purpose in The World Without Taking Risks… And Some Other Thoughts.
I am currently reading a very good book called "Heroic Living. Discover Your Purpose and Change the World." Its author is Chris Lowney, a former managing director at JP Morgan. In the beginning, the author encourages the reader to grow by writing: "You were born to change the world. You will make the most of … Continue reading True Visionaries Are People of True Faith.