When strength and knowledge have been exhausted, and will takes over.
Moments that can turn wanting something into achieving something.
The ability to laugh spontaneously even under the worst circumstances.
Being too proud to learn from others does not demonstrate our great strength, but rather our greatest weakness.
They are not taught. They are not learned. They are lived. They are not thoughts. They are spontaneous feelings inspired by past reflections.
A clear conscience is freedom from a heavy heart and dark soul.
Knowing that we should listen twice as much as we speak, and being smart enough to do it.
The ability to take a cognitive-walk in someone else’s shoes.
Viewing the world beyond your own comfort level.
The power to lead others, not because you are their superior, but because they respect you as a person, for which they follow your lead.
The ability to look forward to something you might never have.
Appreciating the greatness within in you, whether or not others see it.
Knowing something to be true, without proof of it’s existence.
Being sure of yourself, without the need for external ego-boosts.
A cycle of mutual respect and appreciation between people, shown by voluntary devotion.
Appreciation for things and people without sense-of-entitlement.
Perseverance accompanied with fear.
Expecting to be treated by others with reverence and reciprocating.
The ability to confront change and find a way to embrace it.
Recognition and acceptance of our wrongdoings, followed by a genuine desire to make amends.
Giving our inner-child a place in our adult life.
To act based on conscious decisions to chose right over wrong, with the personal conviction of word-is-bond as the foundation.
A mutual respect so deep that there is no offense taken when one calls the other out on their BS.
The courage to endure personal injury. The perseverance to surpass it.
The practice of removing excess and adding that which has a deficit, in our lives.
By: Alicia Gonzalez
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