Thursday, December 3, 2020

November's Wisdom

 I snapped numerous shots of various wise words and advice last month. I have folders in my phone photos for these, and I like looking through them when I need some wisdom and inspiration. Which is often, these days! 😉

I'm finding that deep breathing really is helpful. 😤

I bought this beautiful painting because it's such a good reminder of how the Savior has carried me and continues to carry me through hard times. Looking at this and pondering what it means brings me comfort, peace, and greater understanding.

This was from a New England Women's Fireside with Sister Wendy Ulrich, a member of the Relief Society General Board. I thought this was particularly good advice so I snapped a picture of the computer screen.

More good advice, this time for a longstanding problem of mine.

Mozart didn't seem to have that problem. I want to be more like Mozart.

I'd heard this before about cardinals. I don't know if it's true, but I like it.

Our thoughts have so much power over us, for good or for ill.

 I used to have a pretty good daily meditation habit, but I stopped doing it when we moved to Massachusetts. I want to start it up again. 2021 New Year's Resolutions, this is calling your name!  

Wise ways to use your money. I can say from experience (no pun intended), that this is true. 

Peter and me, LOL 😭
I think this is great advice for trying to understand people with opposing viewpoints. I certainly should do this more, especially when it comes to politics.

I love this

Some of the wisest words of all come from our living prophet, President Russell M. Nelson.