These successful people can be our role models and mentors in life, business, and spirituality.
Spiritual Reflections on “The Four Noble Truths” by Gautama Buddha
There were many ascended masters that have come and gone. There was Jesus of Nazareth, Lao Tzu, Saint Germaine, and countless other prophets and truth-sayers. One of these ascended masters was Gautama Buddha. Though many of the ascended master have not written their teachings, preferring instead to voice their teachings to their disciples. And no medium of recording (audio or video) existed then, therefore many of their teachings, written and re-translated, could have become detached or veered from the true essence of their master’s intention. The Four Noble Truths is one of those teachings that have come from the Buddha that I think, in its current state, needs examination into…
Wallace D. Wattles: The Science of Getting Rich (Annotated Summary)
Wallace D. Wattles wrote “The Science of Getting Rich” in the early 1900’s, almost one century plus two decades has passed since then and the book has found its resurgence into our present time as people rediscovers his teachings. Wallace had made swift declarations in his book that this is the ONLY book one needs to get rich. He even goes into saying that one should not read other books but simply focus their energy on the ‘energy work‘ that this book requires. In many ways, Wallace is true to his words. This book indeed may be the only book one needs to align to the energy of wealth and abundance. Wallace’s…
Why being a nerd is awesome! – by Will Wheaton.
Today is the first day of school for many kids. In celebration of that, this is an amazing speech delivered by Will Wheaton. Will played Wesley Crusher, a great and well-known character in Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series. This advice is great for parents to teach kids. View the video here: Namaste! 🙂
8 Lessons on Effectiveness (From Peter Drucker’s Effective Executive)
Peter Drucker was known as the ‘father of modern management’. His book ‘The Effective Executive” is one of the most helpful books on the subject of effectiveness in the workplace. I believe the lessons in this book are valuable enough that we can use them in our daily lives. Below are 8 lessons from the book that we can learn and use to help us become more effective.