“When you give to or do something for another person you set into motion the flow of giving in the world. Your impact multiplies and swirls in every direction because giving is not a static energy. Give, change the world, and be blessed!” ~ Barbara Bernard Miller
“Strive to be great at what you are good at instead of average at what you are bad at. In otherwords – use your true power and talents to the best of your ability and you can affect your life and the world. Be blessed!” ~ Barbara Bernard Miller
“Often people attempt to live their lives backwards; they try to have more things, or more money, in order to do more of what they want, so they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then do what you need to do, in order to have what you want.” ~ Margaret Young
“I am thrilled to realize in spite of the world’s trajedies, heartaches & conflict, there lives and thrives in this world a great joy. It is love of God, self, neighbor, creature & earth. It is the passion in us that keeps us striving for good. And the compassion inside of us that helps us continue to lend a hand to those in need. It is God inside of us working to change what is not God-like. We are blessed!” ~ Barbara Bernard Miller
“Whatever you wish there was more of, be that.
Whatever you want your relationships and friendships to be, be that.
Whatever you want the world to be, be that.
If you want there to be less fear and more love in the world, start with yourself.
If you want there to be less stress, anxiety, depression and tension in the world, start with yourself.
If you want the world to be a more peaceful place, fairer, more generous and compassionate, start with yourself.” ~ Anthony Robbins
“Are you encouraged or inspired by your own dreams? If not, speak louder, dream bigger, believe stronger, act more. Be blessed!” ~ Barbara Bernard Miller
“Where there is faith … there is hope. Where there is hope … there is possibility. Where there is possibility … there is victory. Never stop believing!” ~ Barbara Bernard Miller