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Author • International Motivational Speaker • Difference Maker

What Is Your Perception?

What Is Your Perception?

Judge not according to appearances means more than “I did not like the dress she was wearing”; “I do not think she made the right decision”: or “I do not like how he acts”-

Judge not according to appearances means that we shift our perception from the limited ideas of who and what we are-

To truly see ourselves and others requires us to rise above the law-of-average in order to see that we are more than our personalities; that we are unlimited expression of God in action.

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Nature is Our Greatest Teacher

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Namaste

Namaste

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Spiritual Communion

Spiritual Communion

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