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What I Believe
- That everything that has come before this—in our personal lives and in the world—happened in order to prepare us for this moment.
- That we all have a shared responsibility to create a world that nurtures and supports all beings, even the people we disagree with, and even the people we don’t understand.
- That being truly open to and accepting of another person is the most difficult thing we can do.
- With the exception of being totally open to and accepting of ourselves
- That love is a daily practice and that we have the opportunity to practice it in every second, with everyone we meet.
- That all of it’s worthless if we can’t also laugh and play and be silly
- That rules were meant to be broken, or at least twisted.
- That hate, resentment, guilt and self-righteousness are the most useless of emotions, unless we can learn from them.
- That the important thing is not what mistakes we make, but what we do with the lessons.
- That it’s okay to be afraid.
- That the hardest moments of our lives are also the ones that include the most profound seeds of growth
- That no situation is a problem, just an opportunity to learn.
- That there is no such thing as perfection, only the pursuit of balance
- That we all have things to teach each other, and things to learn from each other
- That if we ever stop growing, we’ll die—or we might as well.