The second we penalize the truth teller is the moment we never hear the truth again.
|The Daily Coach||Sep 12|| 9|
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“It occurred to me that there were two sets of virtues, the résumé virtues and the eulogy virtues. The résumé virtues are the skills you bring to the marketplace. The eulogy virtues are the ones that are talked about at your funeral — whether you were kind, brave, honest or faithful. Were you capable of deep love? We all know that the eulogy virtues are more important than the résumé ones. But our culture and our educational systems spend more time teaching the skills and strategies you need for career success than the qualities you need to radiate that sort of inner light. Many of us are clearer on how to build an external career than on how to build inner character.”
― David Brooks, The Road to Character
“Acknowledge your inner child. Even though we have found the light in ourselves today, we sometimes forget to heal old wounds of our past. Your inner child still needs to be loved in order to heal the complete self.”
― Karen A. Baquiran
“For those brave enough to trust something deeper, to listen to the Earth and the old ways, the pandemic presents an opportunity to turn away from the clutter and distractions of our outer life, to the deeper roots of our being.”
― Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, The Natural Order of Things
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