Helpful words

Posted by admin April 21st, 2013

A couple of weeks ago our topic was hurtful words and how they can destroy or empower. This week we shall take what we can from helpful words, words we seldom hear. In the silence of the self, many seek sage advice from others. Helpful words like that often comfort the wearied heart and mind, if but only for a moment. When we receive such advice, do not let it fade into the depressive thoughts of your  present  circumstance. Lift hope high above the monotony and concern. I know this is difficult sometimes but we must stay strong and find solace in our attempt to better ourselves. Nevaline sought advice many times from her teacher Master Sjhong.

“The world is large and replete with worthwhile adventures. You shall discover what you seek, even that which unfortunately you do not. Have faith in yourself.” Master Sjhong. –Satchel & Sword I. The Search for the Saluka Stone.

What advice have you received and taken with you throughout life?

4 Responses

  1. Virginia says:

    What advice have I received and taken with me throughout life? Every single piece of advice I treasure, especially if I ask for advice. Helpful words is the key to a great road ahead.

  2. Neoma Diann says:

    The best advice i have taken to heart…is stop asking the questions…walk them…and the answer will come ….and God always has my back …and loves me always….so in turn he wants me to love who He created….me ….and the earth and the life around me….Honor….His words…

    • admin says:

      That is certainly very good advice. I like how u say to stop asking questions after one has received good advice. The more questions one asks, the more one places doubt upon themselves and what they have to do next.