Wisdom from Kristine Carlson

Love, Love, Love and Love Some More

You will never regret spending more time with your family and friends and less time on other things. Practice both random and intentional acts of support and kindness. Be generous with your community in your time and your pocketbook. Keep extending yourself with gentle understanding and compassion to the world. Accept and become gentler with yourself and stop judging others for being different. See the innocence in all people, imagining them as small children and old adults. Our challenge is not to give our love only to the good and happy; our challenge is to love all beings– one and the same.

Live Presently

Live every day as if it could be your last and hold your mortality close. Knowing that you will someday die, helps you live life more fully alive and awake. In this moment, you are perfectly aligned in mind, body, spirit and authenticity. Breathe and immerse yourself in the immeasurable opportunities. Feel the source of your life! As fear disappears your ego dies a death, now you can drink from life like a sponge thirsty for all things good. In this moment, magic happens as you engage in the flow. Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Kristine is the bestselling author of Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Moms and An Hour to Live, An Hour to Love.

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45 comments

Carmen S.
Carmen S.3 years ago

thanks for sharing this

Carolanne Powell
C Powell3 years ago

BE WHO YOU ARE AND SAY WHAT YOU FEEL BECAUSE THOSE WHO MIND DON'T MATTER AND THOSE WHO MATTER DON'T MIND.

Deborah F.
Deborah F.3 years ago

Good advice.

Deborah F.
Deborah F.3 years ago

Thanks for the reminder that we need to live in the moment.

Christine C.
Christine C.3 years ago

Thanks

Isabelle J.
Isabelle J.3 years ago

Thanks!

Tricia Hamilton
Tricia Hamilton3 years ago

Are these children or man & woman? They are too cute!!! ( :

Ann Fuller
Ann Fuller3 years ago

Why have we got the same comment 5 times from Jane?

I do try to live each day as if it was my last BUT I try to fit to much into each day doing voluntary things in the community then spending time with my grandchildren (caring for them) and my husband.

Vicky Pitchford
Vicky P.3 years ago

Where did it say anything about churches, do everyone a favor and stop going off on people Jane. thanks for the article.

Marie W.
Marie W.3 years ago

Wisdom does not belong to the churches.