Simple things, by Paulo Coelho

The simplest things in life are the most extraordinary. Let them manifest themselves. The closer the heart gets to simplicity, the more it is capable of loving without restrictions and without fear. The more it loves without fear, the more capable it is of demonstrating elegance in every small gesture. Elegance is not a matter […]

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There is a time for everything

To everything There is a season And a time to every purpose, under heaven. A time to be born, a time to die.A time to plant, a time to reap.A time to kill, a time to heal.A time to laugh, a time to weep. A time to build up, a time to break down.A time to dance, […]

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I am not I, by Juan Ramón Jimenez

I am not I. I am this one walking beside me whom I do not see, whom at times I manage to visit, and whom at other times I forget; the one who remains silent while I talk, the one who forgives, sweet, when I hate, the one who takes a walk when I am […]

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Radiance sutras, translated by Lorin Roche

There is a place in the heart where everything meets.Go there if you want to find me.Mind, senses, soul, eternity, all are there.Are you there?Enter the bowl of vastness that is the heart.Give yourself to it with total abandon…Once you know the waythe nature of attention will call youto return, again and again,and be saturated with […]

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Thanks to life, by Violeta Parra

Thanks to life that has given me so much Gave me two stars and when I open them Perfectly distinguishing between black and white And in the high sky, the starry background And in the crowd, the man I love. Thanks to life that has given me so much Gave me hearing, which in all […]

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Waiting for the wind, by Ndalu de Almeida (Ondjaki)

There is in the silence of the airan authorized peace…a lyrical murmurin the renaissanceof every moment.The bird plays between a whistle noteand a breath of wind.The butterfly falls asleep — enchanted.(…)to have peacewe need to walk the silence. – Ndalu de Almeida (Ondjaki) […]

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Open yourself, heart, by Rosa Giove

Open yourself, heart Open yourself, feelings Open yourself, understanding Leave reason to one side And let shine the sun Hidden inside you Open yourself, ancient memory Hidden in the earth, in the plants below the water, below the fire It is time already Now is the hour open yourself, heart And remember how Spirit cures […]

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Love like it’s the only thing you know how, by Rupi Kaur

Most importantly love like it’s the only thing you know how at the end of the day all this means nothing this page were you’re sitting your degree your job the money nothing even matters except love and human connection who you loved and how deeply you loved them how you touched the people around […]

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Make the ordinary come alive, by William Martin

Do not ask your children to strive for extraordinary lives. Such striving may seem admirable, but it is the way of foolishness. Help them instead to find the wonder and the marvel of an ordinary life. Show them the joy of tasting tomatoes, apples and pears. Show them how to cry when pets and people […]

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Give me your hand, by Clarice Lispector

Give me your hand: I will now tell you how I entered the inexpressible which has always been my blind and secret quest. How I entered into what exists between the number one and the number two, of how I saw the line of mystery and fire, and that it is a surreptitious line. Between […]

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