Tag: Bianca Sparacino Quotes

The Kindest People are Not Born that Way

The kindest people are not born that way, they are made. They are the souls that have experienced so much at the hands of...

You’re Going to Realize it One Day

You’re going to realize it one day - that happiness was never about your job, or your degree, or being in a relationship. Happiness...

You Ruin Your Life by Desensitizing Yourself

You ruin your life by desensitizing yourself. We are all afraid to say too much, to feel too deeply, to let people know what...

Happiness Turned to Me and Said

Happiness turned to me and said – “It is time. It is time to forgive yourself for all of the things you did not...

The Truth is — Sometimes Love Changes

The truth is — sometimes love changes. The truth is, sometimes life gets hard and “I’ll stay” turns into "I have to take care...

“Are you happy?” In all honesty? No

“Are you happy?” “In all honesty? No. But I am curious – I am curious in my sadness, and I am curious in my...

Please, Just Let Love In. Tell People How You Feel, and Do Not Worry About Being Too Much

Please, just let love in. Tell people how you feel, and do not worry about being too much. Be too much. Care too much....

Be the Person who Cares. Be the Person who Makes the Effort.

Be the person who cares. Be the person who makes the effort, the person who loves without hesitation. Be the person who bares it...

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A Look at the Powerful Practice of Walking Meditation

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Why do We Fear Death?

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7 Signs Your Chakras are Out of Balance

“Meditation is nothing but withdrawing all the barriers; thoughts,...

7 Pitfalls on the Path to Enlightenment

Ah, enlightenment… So motivating. So inspiring. So misunderstood. Exasperatingly...

Why We Keep Making Decisions We Know Are Bad For Us

"Forgive yourself for not being at peace. The moment...

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7 Buddhist Koans and Their Meanings

Buddhist koans also called Zen Koans are a guiding light in the darkness of life. They have been used for centuries by Zen teachers...