Tact by its nature entails staying mum, prudently electing to forgo urging other people to pursue an alternative course of action. Creation of silent spaces in our own life and equitable distribution of periods of respite that allow for periods of equable inner reflection is necessary to spur personal growth. It is equally important to honor other people’s intrinsic need for periods of introspection, uninterrupted by unsolicited advice
In a servant leadership culture we learn by choice or example that if we want to be great, we have to serve others respectfully.
Observing someone doesn’t mean that you know them. Too many folks think they know you when they really don’t know you.
Regardless of what you’ve been through we all process energy differently.
If he or she doesn’t see or respect your present value nor your future dream the moment you connected there is little or no chance that he or she will do in future.
All social interactions require some loss of freedom.
Appeal with respect to elderly people as you would to the members of your own family.
The most common lie you will ever tell God is your opportunity to do the right thing was taken from you.
If I say I don’t want to read the book, I don’t want to read the book.
Diversity of character is due to the unequal time given to values. Only through each other will we see the importance of the qualities we lack and our unfinished soul’s potential.