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Inspirational Tweets for the Soul - Chapter Four


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Inspirational, original quotes on life, thinking, cause and effect, spirtual perspectives, finding peace and calm

Inspirational, original quotes on life, thinking, cause and effect, spirtual perspectives, finding peace and calm

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  • 1. Tweets for the Soul By Charlie Henry Chapter Four ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 2. 2 + 2 = 5 may be a mistake yet those who know better are not angered by it. A good teacher would not punish but look for a way to help correct it . ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 3. Correcting errors may be like pulling weeds from the garden. By focusing only on the weeds, we tend to lose sight of the garden around us. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 4. I try to tread gently upon the earth rather than bulldoze my way through each moment. But sometimes it just feels good to clear the path. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 5. Duality-The world of Separates; good-bad, right-wrong, love-hate, light-dark, reality-illusion, with infinite degrees separating the poles. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 6. Our inner focus may be placed where we choose. What we outwardly perceive informs us of the nature of our inner choice ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 7. We may choose to let the world we see tell us how to feel, but this is rather like putting the proverbial cart in front of the horse. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 8. Enlightenment is “Being In the Light". There is no where else to actually Be except "In the Light". All else is simply the illusion of Being somewhere else. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 9. "In the Light" is seeing our At-one-ment with Truth. In the 'dark' is imagining our separation and then perceiving it as if it were truth. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 10. Remembering is what we do after we have forgotten. We must have Known Before, else how would we realize we had forgotten in the first place. ©2010 by Charles Henry REMEMBER
  • 11. Words are sort of like coat hooks, serving no function until we hang something on them. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 12. From a TV doc: It was not so much that, given a brush, canvas & oils, the elephant could paint, but more that s/he knew when the picture was finished. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 13. The Law of Attraction reminds me of the Law of Gravity. They are both working all the time, even though we may not be aware of them. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 14. The ability to be Grateful would seem to suggest that even in a world full of chaos, there may be some things for which we can give thanks. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 15. Life sometimes seems like a rollercoaster: A brief, intense period of Extreme Drama followed by sheer boredom. We can seek to smooth out the extremes. ©2010 by Charles Henry
  • 16. Tweets for the Soul By Charlie Henry Thanks for viewing Chapter Four ©2010 by Charles Henry