27 Words That Might Change Your Life.

Via Benjamin Riggs
on May 17, 2011
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~Pith Instructions For The Practice Of Meditation by Benjamin Riggs

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12 Responses to “27 Words That Might Change Your Life.”

  1. Claudia says:

    nice! lliked this one very much, easier said than done but sometimes I catch glimpses at what it is to just be… thanks for the reminder

  2. Riky says:

    Wow… very nice !

  3. Jill Barth says:

    Let Life Live Through Me.

    The words provide such clarity that it becomes understood on a physical level. Lovely.

  4. Natasha says:

    THIS hit home….thank you foe your words….I am going to marinate in them

  5. yogiclarebear says:

    everyone should steal this post!! 😀

  6. strawbahre_fields says:

    This is my new mantra!

  7. Kiiran says:


  8. […] did things. So before we attempt to imitate his doings (WWJD?), we have to connect as well. We have to stop “our own” doing, and ask instead, How would Jesus […]

  9. sam z. says:

    Healthy life in 7 words.


  10. Monte S says:

    Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Productive. That was my mantra as an elementary principal. We all in the building, I mean all, could do this. So, We focused on Kindness, Safety, and Productivity and celebrated them.

  11. Sarah says:

    Permeable….let life flow through you.