Tuesday, October 12, 2010

being motivated as a motif

“So go about life condemning none, but looking kindly and with love upon all; hold no harsh thought even about a so-called enemy.

In truth, no man can really be your enemy, all are your teachers; and when you are tempted to feel injured or resentful because of some apparent injustice, look first within yourself and ask, "What has this to show me, what have I to learn from this?" In time truth will reveal itself, so that instead of thinking antagonistically you will be able to say, "Thank you, brother, for you have taught me much, and helped me".

The other person's motive is not your business”

White Eagle


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