“This universe is not outside of you. Look inside yourself. Everything that you want, you are already that.” – Rumi

“Whatever comes your way, this causeless joy will hold.” – Jan Frazier

“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them — that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” – Lao Tzu

“When we love our hate, we stop hating. Love always wins. To love hatred means to welcome it. It doesn’t mean that we should do what it tells us to do, but we shouldn’t suppress it either. When we love hatred, we put ourselves out of the process of hatred, and love begins.” – Francis Lucille, Perfume of Silence


“Success, like happiness, cannot be pursued. It must ensue. And it only does so as the unintended side effect of one’s personal dedication to a cause greater than oneself.”  – Victor Frankl

“When there is no emotional investment in trying to force things to be the way we want them, then they are free to move and resolve themselves.” – Kalyani Lawry

“Often you almost literally fear you’ll die if you stay in that emptiness, and in a sense that’s true. A given sector of the personality will die if you don’t keep trying to fill it up. But there is something deeper… [this emptiness] is very spacious, and it’s anything but deficient. It is the beginning of opening up to our true selves—to the empty space in which everything arises, to the ground of our fundamental nature.” – Sandra Maitri

“For this reason, internal chaos needs to be cherished as the indicator that an underlying assumption, world view or self view needs to be brought into question. Once the limiting structure is seen and released, more space becomes available. In this way, chaos can be seen as the fuel or energy which can guide us back to Quantum Consciousness.” – Stephen Wolinsky

“It had never occurred to me that feeling empty might actually be a route to something deeper and richer within.” – Tony Schwartz

“The most important thing in art is The Frame. For painting: literally; for other arts: figuratively—because, without this humble appliance, you can’t know where The Art stops and The Real World begins. You have to put a ‘box’ around it because otherwise, what is that shit on the wall.”

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