There’s this Jesuit friend of mine who said to me, “Anytime I see a beggar or a  poor person, I cannot not give this person alms. I got that from my mother.” His mother would offer a meal to any poor person who passed by. I said to him, “Joe, what you have is not a virtue; what you have is a compulsion, a good one from the point of view of the beggar, but a compulsion nonetheless.” -Tony de Mello #compulsion #awareness

There’s this Jesuit friend of mine who said to me, “Anytime I see a beggar or a poor person, I cannot not give this person alms. I got that from my mother.” His mother would offer a meal to any poor person who passed by. I said to him, “Joe, what you have is not a virtue; what you have is a compulsion, a good one from the point of view of the beggar, but a compulsion nonetheless.” -Tony de Mello #compulsion #awareness

the world in his hands

the world in his hands

When we touch another person we exchange energy. There is no way to avoid the fact that a kind of energetic communion takes place, even in such seemingly innocuous acts as shaking hands or touching another on the shoulder. Touch itself, communicates a great deal energetically, and actually influences our own energy field. This is something we all know intuitively --William Collinge, Ph.D (adam.photography)

When we touch another person we exchange energy. There is no way to avoid the fact that a kind of energetic communion takes place, even in such seemingly innocuous acts as shaking hands or touching another on the shoulder. Touch itself, communicates a great deal energetically, and actually influences our own energy field. This is something we all know intuitively --William Collinge, Ph.D (adam.photography)

Elderly Couples Holding Hands - Bing Images

Elderly Couples Holding Hands - Bing Images

consider (front page explore!) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

consider (front page explore!) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

By Steve McCurry

By Steve McCurry

Hands and silk, via Flickr.

Hands and silk, via Flickr.

Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light.....

Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light.....

Japanese tradition for New Year, Hatsumode 初詣 - the first Shinto shrine visit of the Japanese New Year.

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Japanese tradition for New Year, Hatsumode 初詣 - the first Shinto shrine visit of the Japanese New Year.

Little world | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Little world | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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