Thank you to Rea L. Ginsberg for sharing this article and to Loss, Grief, Transitions and Relationship Support for posting it!
Individuals with that ‘shining light’ according to the post-it is learnt behavior, but I think some people just have it from the moment they are born!
Some have such caring hearts, step in to help others, focus on the good in the world and making improvements without a thought because at the core, it is who they are. To do or behave differently would force them to change who they are.
It is articles such as this that remind us, guide us and nudge us to be better individuals. To make a difference in the world……
I like this quote: “The stumbler doesn’t build her life by being better than others, but by being better than she used to be. Unexpectedly, there are transcendent moments of deep tranquillity. For most of their lives their inner and outer ambitions are strong and in balance. But eventually, at moments of rare joy, career ambitions pause, the ego rests, the stumbler looks out at a picnic or dinner or a valley and is overwhelmed by a feeling of limitless gratitude, and an acceptance of the fact that life has treated her much better than she deserves.”
Beautifully reviewed, Vikki! Thank you for your appreciation and for sharing the article further! It’s worth reading! Sounds ambiguous? Yes, first your review is directly to the point, and then, the article itself takes a couple of minutes to read and process – also very much worth the time and doing!
Thank you, Vikki!
Thank you, Sue Rosenbloom, MA, CT
And thank you, David Brooks!
Thank you for your kind words Rea!
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