What does patience mean to you? Are you patient? Check out how your patience can help you cope with the world around you and how it can strengthen your faith. Brohdny helps you think about how having patience can be integrated into your life and bring you closer to God.
Today Brohdny takes us through the concept of forgiveness. Not to forgive and forget, but to explore the meaning of forgiveness. The act of forgiveness takes place in our own mind. It really has nothing to do with the other person. “To forgive is the highest, most beautiful form of love. In return, you will receive untold peace and happiness.”
"Keeping up with the Jones's" is an old expression that represents the envy of others and wanting to compete in material wealth. Today Brohdny discusses the impact of envy and how it is often a hollow pursuit that leaves one more empty in the end. Explore the degree and quality of envy in your life and how faith can help focus your envy in a more positive direction.
We all wear masks from time to time. At work, with family, with friends, but when we look closely we find that this can create a false self that can often change us. Brohdny discusses this and explores how this can interfere with your connection to God. Explore the mask you wear with Brohdny today and see if there are few masks that you can do without and get closer to who you REALLY are, a child of God.
Are you a Fixer-Upper? Do you need fixing up? Today Brohdny looks at the idea that somehow your "flaws" need fixing up. If you are living under the impression that you need fixing up, perhaps you should consider that God loves you just the way you are. Be inspired to reevaluate your life in the eyes of God and you can be assured that you are just fine the way you are.
We have all heard the phrase "child-like faith". Does that signify trivial faith or immature faith? Brohdny discusses how powerful the faith of a child can be. Nothing is beyond reach when empowered by FAITH! Be inspired to pursue your faith in a big way today!
“If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.” – William Blake. Today Brohdny takes us on a journey of perception, the critical manner in which we view the world, through spirit, we can rise above and perceive clearly.