What Really Matters

March 05, 2016

In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, we can often lose sight of what really matters. We invite you to join Dan Bagley, Associate Professor of Emeritus and Shireen Chada, Coordinator, Brahma Kumaris as they discuss how defining what matters enhances our relationship with ourselves and others.

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Mary (Moderator)
# Mary (Moderator) 2017-02-03 23:22
To stay positive and peaceful in big situation requires first practicing in small situations. Our ability to be detached yet involved grows over time, and increases as we practice with bigger and bigger challenges. One needs to realize that we are spiritual beings, not part of the material world. Things constantly change in the material world but we do not need to change along with them. We can choose a response that maintains our own inner health and also helps other people. Most Brahma Kumaris centres offer a course in Positive Thinking which explains how to manage our thoughts and feelings so that they lead us in a positive direction.
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rashu
# rashu 2017-01-21 16:32
Om shanti di...i want to know how to control our mind or find positiveness in worst situations?worst situations like people are dying ,,sometimes these mishappenings are happening with our close ones...then that fear of loosing someone maters our mind...how to get over it?how to become fearless and happy in every situation?
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