“Doing what you love is the cornerstone of having abundance in your life.”- Dr. Wayne Dyer
Doing what you love is the beginning of life. It is the beginning of success. When you do what you love, it connects you with your purpose in life. It connects you with your passion, your dreams, your goals. It reveals who you really are, and what you can do. It also connects you with your inner life. Because if you can’t connect with your inner life, you can’t connect with other people.
Doing what you love ignites fun, happiness, and it empowers you to do more. It also brings out the best in you.
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer said, “Love what you do; do what you love.”
If you don’t love what your job, or if you don’t love what you do, on the other hand, you will find it difficult to connect with your inner life, your spirit, and your spiritual life. As a result, you will find it hard to live your spiritual life, to do your best in life, and to be your best in life.
Know this: When you love what you do, you will want to do more. You will want to experiment, to create, and to help others. You cannot succeed if you don’t enjoy what you do. When you love what you do, success is final. Let me ask you a question. “Do you love what you do?”
“Peace is not something you wish for; it is something you make, something you do, something you are, and something you give away.”– Robert Fulghum
If you want to connect with your REAL life, your inner self, your inner voice, you need to nurture your mind. When you nurture your mind, your mind will nurture you. You can’t be productive if you don’t have a healthy mind.
A peaceful life is a life with problems. No one can live a peaceful life without a problem. If you want peace, fight for it. It is your responsibility to make peace with yourself. Anthony de Mello said, “If it is peace you want, seek to change yourself, not other people.” If you can’t make peace with yourself, you can’t make peace with other people. Because a peaceful life starts with you.
If you are not at peace with yourself, check your thoughts. Are you thinking the right thoughts? Are you doing the right things? Are your words positive? Because you can’t be at peace with yourself if your words are negative. You can’t be at peace with yourself if your actions are negative. You can’t be at peace with yourself if you occupy your mind with negative thoughts.
If you want to be at peace with yourself, make peace with your mind.