When you build a home, every brick counts. When you build character, every thought counts.

GOOD THOUGHTS AND ACTIONS (With concept of Live And Let Live)

Good relationships: –

In order to create good relationships…

  • –  with your mind, think about what you have to learn from others,
  • –  with your eyes, look into good qualities of others,
  • –  with your words, recognize, value and appreciate their accomplishments,
  • –  with your actions, cooperate and do something for others.Good Feelings: –Good feelings for others are like ointments that can heal wounds and re-es- tablish friendship and relationships. Good feelings are generated in the mind, are transmitted through your attitude and are reflected in your eyes and smile. Smiling opens the heart and a glance can make miracles happen.

Be a humming bird: –

No matter how bad people may seem, they possess at least one virtue. Be like the humming bird and pick out the sweetness of everyone’s character.

Love All: –

Love can never be exclusive. The sun does not choose to shine on some flowers in the garden and not others. Love is inclusive and has many faces – caring, listening, sharing from the heart, just accepting someone for what they are right now, is all acts of love, as long as you seek nothing in return. It all starts with acceptance of yourself – you’re just fine as you are right now, warts and all. It’s not that you will stay that way forever – but you might, if you don’t accept. The secret key to the greatest door called love is acceptance. First yourself, then others (especially the ones you currently resist) and even- tually all.

Kindness: –

Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates perceptiveness. Kindness in giving creates love.

Resolve Conflict: –

There has probably never been a time where there has been so much fear and conflict across the world, not just across oceans and borders but also across the breakfast table. In fact many now prefer conflict to peace, as they become addicted to the actions of anger and aggression, and the adrenaline rush, which results. They don’t really want conflict to end, in fact, they will say that some conflict is good to get things done and stimulate change. They are not aware that they are killing themselves. All conflict is simply a symp- tom of attachment to a position. And as we know, this generates fear, and fear, if allowed to stay, eventually kills it’s host. All solutions are based on detachment or letting go. But that will be difficult until we can see that all possession is an illusion, that we have nothing to lose and that there are no victories in winning.