Teacher Wisdom

Sabbath is an incubator for wisdom. When we allow the rush and pressure of our days to fall away, even for a short time, we are more able to discern the essential truth of what lies before us.
— Wayne Muller in Sabbath

Sufi Wisdom

Sufis, in sweet acts of hospitality and courtesy, spray rosewater on the wrists of guests when they depart so the fragrance of love lingers on the flesh.
— Frederic Brussat

Movie Lines

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.
— Ferris Bueller in Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Jewish Wisdom

Place your hand on your heart. Feel its beating. With each beat, imagine compassion being sent out into the universe, to all people, to all living beings.
— Rabbi Terry Bookman The Busy Soul

Buddhist Wisdom

Notice when you say or someone near you says "Thank you." Think of those two words as a signpost to the spiritual world.
— Lewis Richmond Work as a Spiritual Practice

Leadership Wisdom

Life is a do-over. Just because you screw up once doesn't mean you don't get a second chance.
— Barry Wishner quoted in Having the Time of Your Life by Allen Klein

Literary Wisdom
Sometimes a change of perspective is all it takes to see the light.
— Dan Brown in The Lost Symbol

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