” Everything is interconnected and we have infinite influence, yet no control”

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A quote, below, from Dungse Jampal Norbu
wisdom that I read several years ago
Insights that I had printed out and taped
under my computer monitor,
beneath our kitchen cupboard doors
and onto several walls of our home….
such relevant and encouraging insights and reminders
for  any day
for any time
but particularly relevant, at least for me, during these very strange and unsettling  days

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I share these insights from Dungse Jampal Norbu,  with the hope that perhaps even a single one of these insights might be helpful to someone else out there in our vastly interconnected world … the ideas have been so helpful for me!

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May each and every one of us
access and activate
whatever of our many qualities or talents we can…
to share with and to positively influence those around us,
in a variety of productive, insightful,
generous, caring, loving,
wise and compassionate ways.

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Loving blessings to all of us
Warmly and with deep care,
Kathy
(aka Pocket Perspectives)

 

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Continuing to participate in and contribute to the many loving posts on Nurturing Thursdays, generously hosted at Becca Given’s site, On Dragonfly Wings and Buttercup Tea

About Pocket Perspectives

A blog about shifting perspectives...
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5 Responses to ” Everything is interconnected and we have infinite influence, yet no control”

  1. Robin says:

    Lovely blessings. ❤ I've been practicing/thinking about something similar. The Serenity Prayer.

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  2. Meg Evans says:

    Yes, I agree — the more we let go of the need for control, the more influence we’re likely to discover we have, often in ways we hadn’t imagined.

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  3. great way to look at life and how we all play a role.

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