This is a beautiful illustration of truth. I love religion, especially the imagery, stories, and putting of words in Hinduism, but I also find the same truth in Buddhist teachings as well as in Christ’s words for example. All ways lead to the same truth and most of the religions in their essence teach the same truth. It’s just the interpretation which creates suffering via misunderstandings or else. In the end it’s all love, infinite love. Finding that we all are god in drag, as Ram Dass said. Our true selves are all one, eternal being. Some religions may call it god but that word is unfortunately very misunderstood. I love you all 🙏♥️ ram ram
You can break free from this notion and release whatever is binding you to all these dramas. Not getting attached to anyone or anything is important in order to bring harmony to our relationships with other people and most importantly, with ourselves...❤❤
Know your worthiness without needing other people's approval👆✔
This past weekend my wife and I were waking down the aisles of @target and saw a great sale on these temporary chalk paint cans.
We thought it would be great fun to do what you see in the above picture with out kids . . . so we did.
And what resulted was a non-temporary staining of our driveway. You see, because we failed to rest it on a small spot, and instead painted almost every open area with red, white and blue paint.
My wife asked, “why do we always do this to ourselves?”
“It’s not a big deal I responded. Lesson learnt, perhaps.”
This is a central and reoccurring theme of our life and marriage, however . . . making mistakes. But isn’t that a central theme of life—to make mistakes, oh yeah, and to also learn from them? I think so.
Regret them if you choose, otherwise you can pause and ask yourself, “what does this stand to teach me?”
That’s a valuable lesson for all your life.
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💡Did you know? Home decor and colors have a definitive effect on our moods and emotions. We love this peaceful green and white corner. 📸 @kawaiian_lion #vibraecostyle
Colors and feelings: ❤️Red: Symbolizes power and passion. It can be used to warm up spaces and make them feel more intimate.
🧡Orange: Offers a jolt of energy and innovation. It’s best used as an accent because too much can leave people feeling overwhelmed.
💛Yellow: Associated with happiness, creation, and creativity. It works well in combination with a calming neutral and in rooms with lots of natural light to create a peaceful environment.
💚Green: Known for its soothing qualities. Green is the perfect choice for a foyer or entryway because it eases the transition from the outdoors.
💙Blue: Perpetuates feelings of calm and freshness. It’s a good fit for high traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms.
💜Purple: Connotes royalty and luxury. Purple is a great choice for formal living rooms or master bedrooms because it adds an air of lush sophistication.
📐Gray: Gives a sense of relaxation and serenity. Use gray in spaces like home offices or bathrooms.
📜Brown: Like green, brown’s natural roots give it a relaxing touch. Choose it for rooms where the family gathers and furniture groupings that will incite conversation.
🖤Black: An assertion of power. Use black for statement pieces that you want to draw the eye.
⚪️White: Relates a sense of cleanliness and purity. It is great for defining a space, but use white in conjunction with other colors since too much reads as sterile.