Integrity Through Self-Reliance

For instrumental music while reading, choose: hi-fi (broadband) or low-fi.

Integrity is defined as “uprightness, soundness of character . . . moral wholeness. Honesty, entirety, completeness and purity.”

How do you demonstrate integrity in your day-to-day life? First, you must believe in yourself.

You must trust that deep inside you hold the answers. You know . . . What is best? What is right? What is true?

“To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men — that is genius.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

This is a very empowering statement, but I see the potential of misunderstanding and abuse in this idea. Emerson probably did too and qualified his point with the phrase, “in your private heart.” A superficial application of this idea could be unproductive; even destructive.

For instance, let’s consider the following attitude: “I believe it’s true that I am a wretched sinner, born with two strikes against me. Therefore, all men are evil and life is preordained to be a struggle — a living hell on earth.”

Did the person who adopted this belief system really take a close, honest look into his “private heart,” or did he check his heart at the door and mindlessly join the masses? Maybe he was unaware of the powerful personalities manipulating the crowd in accordance to their own hidden agenda. Or maybe the people in his immediate vicinity had the loudest voices, which made it very difficult for him to tune into his own still, small voice within . . . the one whispering in his “private heart.”

It’s much easier to conform to the masses, assuming that so many people can’t possibly be wrong. What can we learn from history about that?

· In medieval times, women were burned alive because they were interested in socially unacceptable practices know today as herbal remedies and personal development. The majority shouted their approval as they burned, so who was wrong?

· In ancient Athens, Socrates died prematurely by drinking hemlock because his society decreed that intellectual dissidents were a threat to society and must be eliminated. The majority approved as he swallowed the poison, so who was wrong?

· Two thousand years ago, in the Middle East, King Herod ordered that all the male babies should be killed. It was the law, and so it was done. Was it wrong?

· All over the world, in our recent history, it was considered normal and acceptable for one person to own another. One considered himself the master of another and treated his brother like . . . well, a slave. The majority approved, so who was wrong?

· Only three generations ago, an entire race was considered inferior. Everything they owned was taken from them and they were systematically murdered in an attempt to “purge the impurity” from the planet. To those behind the scenes, it was considered a cleansing of the gene pool. The majority approved, so who was wrong?

In all of these instances, the individuals who actually carried out these atrocities were following orders . . . obeying the law . . . playing by the rules . . . doing as they were told . . . and living in accordance with the laws and expectations of the people in power in their respective societies.

“Integrity has no need of rules.” – Albert Camus (1913-60)

Clearly, for conscious beings, playing by the rules of the day isn’t good enough.

None of the perpetuators seem to have consulted the depths of their beings to determine for themselves whether or not the actions expected of them were right . . . or just . . . or honorable. If they did bother to evaluate what was true in their own private hearts, they suppressed their own personal knowingness due to fear. (A previous article discusses fear in detail, “Facing Fear with Deliberate Awareness.”)

Your Personal Beacon of Truth

By tuning into the light shining within, we allow our personal sense of ethics and integrity to be our guide. A blind, mindless subscription to the rules, laws and doctrines so readily embraced by the masses has proven fatal over and over throughout history.

What is history good for, if not for learning from our mistakes so we can do better next time?

“Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.” – Dr. Samuel Johnson (1709-84) – British writer, lexicographer, wrote “Dictionary of the English Language”

Courage to Do Right

It takes courage to do what you know is right, when the tide of humanity is turned against you. It takes self-confidence to strike out on your own rather than to go to bat for the faceless majority that has no sense of conscience — much less, consciousness.

“Society is a joint-stock company, in which the members agree, for the better securing of his bread to each shareholder, to surrender liberty and culture of the eater . . . Self-reliance is its aversion. It loves not realities and creators, but names and customs . . . Whoso would be a man, must be a nonconformist . . . Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

The True Seat of Holiness

In his essay entitled, “Self-reliance,” Emerson, himself a preacher, points out that sacredness and divinity cannot be found in the institutions of society.

The true seat of holiness is not in the throne of kings or on the pulpit of churches. It’s not to be found in countries, or states, or towns, or governments, or corporations, or clubs or groups of any kind.

The true seat of holiness is within the mind, heart and soul of each individual. One person at a time can choose whether or not to pay attention to the sacred stillness within, beyond the noise of the outside world. That’s where truth is found — not the “flavor-of-the-day” truth as decreed by governments, religions and other special-interest groups, but the profound truth as experienced directly by one person at a time.

Instigating Change from the Bottom Up

As more and more people choose to tune into their own personal truth, something wonderful begins to happen. Since groups are made up of individuals, in time the consciousness of the group grows and matures to better reflect the insight and awareness of the individuals.

That’s why it’s necessary to change ourselves before we can change the world.

Profound, lasting change for the better, based on the expanding consciousness of individuals, happens one person at a time. Only then can societies, groups, institutions and laws change . . . because individuals demand it.

It just doesn’t work to try to do it the other way around. It is futile to legislate conscience, or pass laws to enforce awareness, or mandate enlightenment. Our institutions, governments and spiritual organizations are a reflection of the individuals who comprise them. (Or, who have comprised them in the past.) We, as individuals, are not reflections of any particular club of society.

There is a time lag involved, but eventually our culture “clubs” grow and evolve to better suit the needs and the personal realizations of the individual. Otherwise, they become obsolete and simply fade away (like the ancient, power hungry king/priests of the Mayan empire.)

Again, it’s up to individuals, one person at a time, to determine what is truth . . . what is good . . . what is right?

“I am ashamed to think how easily we capitulate to badges and names, to large societies and dead institutions.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Feeling Your Way to Truth

How do we know when it’s a mistake? We can feel it. Our emotions provide us with a clear channel of communication directly from our inner self. (This was discussed in detail in a previous article entitled, “How Do You Feel — About Inner Guidance.”)

This inner communication has been ignored many times by many people through the centuries as evidenced by our dubious, violent past. But, the tide is finally turning. More people are listening now. More people are willing to check in with their own mind, heart and soul before committing to questionable actions. People are learning to look beyond the fear to be able to find the courage to be their own person. Thinking and feeling individuals are emerging from the chaos of group mentality.

Gradually, as a species, we are waking up to the things that matter. As we deliberately focus our energy and attention there, the lights begin to come on inside, and our outer world begins to look a little brighter too.

How Do You Feel About Your Life?

When you base the way you live your life on how you honestly feel deep inside, you are living congruently, honestly . . . individually. How you feel doesn’t lie. Your feelings are not out to trick you or mislead you. They are there to help you continually fine-tune your choices to enable you to manifest your best possible life. They are whispering their wisdom from the depths of your being. Are you listening?

Can you be still long enough to actually hear them? Paying attention to these nudges, meant for you and you alone, are precisely what allows you to be an individual.

When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life.

The Power of Choice

We are learning that we can choose. We are slowly recognizing that life is vast, our choices are endless, and our potential is infinite.

We are beginning to catch a glimpse of life being like a colossal buffet. We are hungry for diversity. We thrive on contrast, which helps us sharpen our desires. On the buffet of life, we discover things we like, things we are indifferent about, and things we don’t like. Each of us labels the entrees on the buffet with a different label. It is not necessary or desirable for our tastes and preferences to be the same.

Also, our tastes change at different times in our lives, just as favorite foods of childhood give way to more mature tastes later in life. All these differences make life interesting. Variety is good.

Whenever we see something on the buffet table of life that we don’t like, it’s not necessary to take it upon ourselves to remove it from the menu and put it in the garbage. If you don’t like it, that just means it’s not for you. Pass it by and leave it for someone else.

If you don’t like the song someone else chooses to listen to on the radio, it’s not necessary to throw your radio in the street and run over it with your truck. It’s absurd to think of grabbing your hacksaw and sawing down the radio tower just because you don’t care for the song they are playing.

That song is not being played for you. It’s for someone else. Let them enjoy it and in time, they will learn from your example and reciprocate. Listen and let listen.

Choose and Let Choose

Instead of trying to impose your choices, ethics, truth, and feeling of holiness on someone else, let them be. Your favorite song might not fit their style. If their song is not for you, just change the channel. That’s all.

Put your attention elsewhere. Focus on what you like and remove your attention from what you don’t like. Tune into your own sense of what is right and what is true for you, and live your life the best way you can from that inner sense of knowingness. Allow others the freedom to do the same thing. That’s what being an individual is all about.

When Personal Truths are Out of Sync

It may be necessary at times to be creative in order to live your own truth when immersed in a situation where the official, recognized “truth” is different from your own. This is an opportunity to brush up on your non-resistance skills.

Pushing against what you don’t want only makes it stronger in your experience because of your attention to it. (This principle was discussed in detail in a previous articles entitled, “The Law of Attraction” and “The Subtle Side of Manifestation.“)

This situation of divergent versions of truth allows you to see another principle in action — the Law of Economy. Use it to your advantage by removing your attention and energy from what you don’t like and refocusing it on what you do like. Save your energy. Make it easy on yourself. Change the channel and live your own truth with the expectation that eventually, the official recognized “truth” will catch up to the needs and inner knowingness of the individual — you.

Living a Congruent Life of Integrity

A life devoted to on-going personal development and spiritual growth is rooted in personal integrity. Wholeness. Completeness. Purity. In this look at personal integrity through self-reliance, we are reminded that integrity means oneness, entirety, and being in sync with your self.

It means your body, mind and soul are all playing for the same team, and you are the captain. Nobody is sending in plays from the sidelines. If they try, you politely ignore them, without making a fuss about it, and you continue to call the plays yourself. It’s your game and you can choose to play it your way.

“May your body, mind, and spirit be on the same team,
May you think and feel and do and say, what you really mean.

May your actions make a difference, and your conversations matter,
May your promises be easy, and your praise sincerely flatter.

May you be an inspiration, a lighthouse on the shore,
May your contributions make the world better than before.”
- from the song, “May You Have Joy” by Tupelo Kenyon

Living from the Inside Out

Whatever you choose to do in life, you do it because it comes from inside you rather than from society, culture, religion, or the peer pressure of the day. All these things change — they come and go with the seasons. With your ever-increasing self-reliance, you are on the leading edge of humanity’s expanding consciousness.

In time, the outer institutions will adapt to your needs and expectations and to those of other courageous individuals like you. You are a creator, the architect of your own life, as well as a cornerstone for the new, improved, more conscious, enlightened institutions of the future.

While reading, did you choose to hear the relaxing instrumental music linked at the beginning of this article? To learn more about it, click here.

Listen FREE to the songs below . . . chosen to enhance the ideas in this article.

Related Songs
May You Have Joy
Have you ever felt a warm appreciation for someone in your life, and just wanted to wish them well?
http://www.somemusicmatters.com/DescX.html#anchor12

Trash Our Treasures
People seem to have a history of awarding seemingly insignificant details with places of prominence in our lives, while ignoring or even destroying the most important aspects.
http://www.somemusicmatters.com/DescX.html#Anchor2

It’ll Be All Right Now
It’s one thing to understand intellectually that the thoughts we think mold our experience, and another thing to live every moment as if it really is a basic law of nature.
http://www.somemusicmatters.com/DescX.html#Anchor10

Love is Who You Are
"What is love, anyway?" Is it something you give or get, have or make? Or could it be, down deep, simply who we are?
http://www.somemusicmatters.com/DescHB.html#Anchor1

Songs by Tupelo

Related Links

Related Articles

How Do You Feel About Inner Guidance?
Is it a hunch? Is it a voice in your head? Is it something you feel? Don’t confuse what you feel with who you are. Once you are able to access this awareness of pure being and identify yourself with it, you won’t get carried away by whatever emotional cloud happens to be passing by. Celebrate life through one of the more subtle forms of communication available to us – inner guidance.

The Law of Attraction
With anything as important as the law of attraction, it’s a good idea to hear it described many times from many different angles. This article looks at it from several viewpoints as well as revealing how to get the understanding of the law of attraction from the prime source. Many links are provided including links to streaming mp3 songs that incorporate the principles of attraction in the lyrics. Celebrate life with an ever-clearer grasp of how the law of attraction determines your life experience.

The Subtle Side of Manifestation
This in-depth, 4-part article explores the principles and laws that deliver what we desire. Celebrate life through the awareness that you have control of your future.

Facing Fear with Deliberate Awareness
Fear is over-rated. We do it to ourselves. Fear has no reality other than our attention to it. Deliberately steer your attention to pictures in your imagination that emphasize what you want to happen – (instead of what you most dread) . . . and the fear dissipates.

Beyond Science, Philosophy and Religion
Is truth absolute or relative? Is there anything beyond science, philosophy and religion? Many of the world’s top quantum physicists think there is. Celebrate life by stretching you imagination.

Belief Systems vs. Knowing
How do you discern between something known and a habitual thought – a belief? The first step is to recognize that the vast majority of our beliefs are based not upon our own personal experiences and revelations but upon anecdotal evidence and the recommendations of other people, past and present.

Take Time for You
Don’t put yourself at the end of the list. You deserve to be first, at least some of the time. Don’t let your entire life slip by with everything else (and everyone else) getting preferential treatment over your most important priorities. Their needs are important, but yours are important too. Celebrate life by taking time for YOU!

Articles by Tupelo

This is the end of the article entitled Integrity Through Self-Reliance published by Tupelo Kenyon on August 17, 2007 at 6:00 am | In Awareness, Belief Systems, Courage, Inner Guidance, Integrity, Purpose - Copyright 2007 - All rights reserved worldwide.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Email this article to a friend

For more info about "Music to Feel Better" click here. The Inspired on Purpose Association is good to share. Get info on FREE 30-day trial for friends & family.



FREE

Why wait for inspiration to strike?

Be proactive, and allow it to come to you.

This newsletter brings it directly to your inbox.

"Inspired on Purpose" newsletter by Tupelo Kenyon contains articles, reviews and resources to supercharge your personal development, inspiration, productivity, abundance and joy.

plus
10 FREE Bonus Gifts:

FREE Video: The Subtle Side of Manifestation:
How to Make Your Biggest Dreams Come True
(1 hour multi-media course by Tupelo Kenyon.)
Feel Better First, Your Passion as Your Compass, & 3 others

plus
2 FREE
Uplifting Music Albums

by Laughing Bird
(Tupelo and Janey Kenyon)

 

"Music to Feel Better" song sampler & instrumental sampler

You'll also get
an audio story and FREE Special Report

Get it now below, or get full details on Home Page.

Privacy policy: Your email address is secure.
I will not sell, rent or trade your information to anyone for any reason. Period. - Tupelo Kenyon

First Name:
Email:


If you liked this article, please let others know about it at the social bookmarking site(s) of your choice . . .

share

Thank you, Tupelo.

P.S. Are you looking for something specific? Try Google search:



Google
 

30 Trackbacks

TrackBack URI

  1. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon [...]

    Pingback by Blog Carnival for August 31st 2007 | Kansans and Friends In Weight Loss — August 31, 2007 #

  2. [...] post Integrity Through Self-Reliance is another great piece over at Tupelo Kenyon which points out the fact that individuals always have [...]

    Pingback by Doing it Differently Blog Carnival, 10th Edition | Today is that Day — August 31, 2007 #

  3. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “When you live your life as if the whisperings from your [...]

    Pingback by carnival of struggling bumbling newbies - Sept 01, 2007 : SuccessPart2.Com — September 1, 2007 #

  4. [...] Sometimes we just need a little insight and encouragement to get us moving in the right direction. http://www.tupelokenyon.com/2007/08/17/integrity-through-self-reliance/ [...]

    Pingback by winyourmind.com » Blog Archive » Blogging Around Town — September 2, 2007 #

  5. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “When you live your life as if the whisperings from your [...]

    Pingback by The Personal Development Carnival, September 2, 2007 Edition | Personal Development for the Book Smart — September 2, 2007 #

  6. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “When you live your life as if the whisperings from your [...]

    Pingback by s-proprietor.com » Blog Archive » Carnival of the Entrepreneur - September 3, 2007 — September 3, 2007 #

  7. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo [...]

    Pingback by Made to Be Great » Blog Archive » August Sept 4 2007 edition of The Made to Be Great Personal Development Carnival - Keys to Unlock your Inner Potential — September 3, 2007 #

  8. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “When you live your life as if the whisperings from your [...]

    Pingback by Life Insurance Lowdown » Blog Archive » Carnival of Life, Happiness & Meaning #16 — September 6, 2007 #

  9. September 6th Carnival of Lightwork

    Welcome to the September 6, 2007 edition of carnival of lightwork. Another edition of interesting theory, story and things to ponder.  Enjoy!

    Anmol Mehta presents
    Meditation Techniques, Types and Practice – A Comprehensive Guide; posted at Maste…

    Trackback by Beyond Zen... — September 6, 2007 #

  10. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “When you live your life as if the whisperings from your [...]

    Pingback by success-is-in-you.com » Blog Carnival for Success Edition #3 — September 7, 2007 #

  11. [...] need to work through the unhappiness that caused them in the first place. Tupelo Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon.When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, [...]

    Pingback by Mystic Eye Blog Carnival - Edition 2 | Mystic Eye — September 7, 2007 #

  12. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo [...]

    Pingback by anja merret - chatting to my generation » Blog Carnival of Observations on Life September 9, 2007 — September 9, 2007 #

  13. How to Retain Employees – Carnival

    Here is this months carnival of articles on how to retain employees. Retaining talent is such an important part of being a leader, so I hope these help! MabelandHarry presents If It Ain’t Broke…..Fix It! posted at MabelandHarry Meredith Mathews

    Trackback by The Engaging Brand — September 9, 2007 #

  14. Customer Service Carnivale: The Core Character Edition

    Good Monday and thanks for joining us here at the Customer Service Carnivale! This edition covers a wide variety of topics – a couple of which you may not think are related to customer service – but once you get…

    Trackback by CustomersAreAlways — September 10, 2007 #

  15. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo [...]

    Pingback by Law of Attraction Carnival #26: LoA and Global Events - Evolving Times - The Law of Attraction Resource for Personal Growth — September 12, 2007 #

  16. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “When you live your life as if the whisperings from your [...]

    Pingback by Bryan C. Fleming » 95 Personal Growth Articles - 50th Edition — September 13, 2007 #

  17. LIVE THE POWER UNLIMITED-volume 6

    Welcome to the 6th edition of the Live the Power Unlimited Carnival.
    *******
    First up,
    “This post discusses how fear of changing our beliefs can hold us back and how we can overcome this challenge. It focuses on the beliefs needed for uncondi…

    Trackback by Live The Power — September 17, 2007 #

  18. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo [...]

    Pingback by pinkblocks - personal power and self help » Blog Carnival on Personal Power September 23, 2007 — September 23, 2007 #

  19. Living by Design Blog Carnival No. 15

    Trackback by Ananga Sivyer's Living by Design Blog — September 26, 2007 #

  20. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Choose Excellence and Lose Mediocrity — October 12, 2007 #

  21. [...] Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “When you live your life as if the whisperings from your [...]

    Pingback by » Cultivate Greatness Personal Development & Leadership Blog Carnival #017 · Leadership Training · Personal Development 2.0 Blog, Podcast, and Portal | Cultivate Greatness | Leadership Blog | — October 15, 2007 #

  22. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » What God Wants — October 26, 2007 #

  23. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Inspire Yourself on Purpose – Inspiration from Inside Out — November 9, 2007 #

  24. [...] Kenyon writes, “Integrity Through Self-Reliance.” This is a great article with a lot of [...]

    Pingback by Meaning of Life" Carnival - Edition 2 | Marcel Legros - Play the Game of Life — December 9, 2007 #

  25. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Why Completion Feels So Good and How to Get it Done — January 25, 2008 #

  26. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Self-Discipline in 3 Steps — February 10, 2008 #

  27. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Beyond the Brands of Truth — June 27, 2008 #

  28. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Directed Thinking vs. Compulsive Thinking — July 7, 2008 #

  29. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Know Thyself – Ignore Comparisons and Be Yourself — July 7, 2008 #

  30. [...] Integrity Through Self-Reliance When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. [...]

    Pingback by TupeloKenyon.com » Six Killers of Individuality and Personal Independence — July 7, 2008 #

Comments are closed. Trackbacks are active.



Copyright © 2007 Tupelo Kenyon - All Rights Reserved
11:11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RSS Feed - Subscribe to weekly articles free.^Top^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:11