Endurance is one of the most difficult disciplines, but it is to the one who endures that the final victory comes.”Buddha.
To dig deeper, to go further, to follow through on what you truly believe is right even when everyone else has dropped away.
If you can dream it YOU can do it. Walt Disney.
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. Confusius.
Resilience does not eliminate stress or erase life’s difficulties. Instead, it gives people the strength to tackle problems head on, overcome adversity and move on with their lives
To consciously respect and acknowledge other peoples space
and to be mindful when we enter it.
Yell and yell loud “stranger, stranger I don’t know you” and to run away if they are approached by someone they do not know. Always tell you if someone has approached them (sometimes children believe they will get in trouble, assure them that this will not happen)
Being still and neutral, ready to respond is the calling of the spiritual warrior.
This is far more evolved than being aggressive and angry ready to react.
Winning is not always about passing the finish line first, having the most money, the biggest house or having the last word. Winning is about how much of a difference we’ve made around us. If we’ve done our very best, then we’ve won, regardless of what anyone else may say…
Smile unconditionally, Never act with anger, if anger is the correct action then respond after thinking about it first. Forgive, forgive and forgive.. just makes your own life easier. Practice unconditional acts of kindness
Learn good habits to help you achieve your goals
Set out a clear path to achieving that goal. Commit to self discipline by regularly attending class and training hard.
Devotion or faithfulness to what you believe in, whether it be a person, cause or belief. Staying true to yourself, staying true to your family and friends, sticking up for a friend.