Love as much as you can from wherever you are

There's an awesome (and funny) book called Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas.

You cannot love a title like that.

I heard about it from Gay Hendricks years ago, and it's as great today as it was then.

Its point is simple: The way to enlightenment is to love as much as you can from wherever you are.

Right now, whatever feeling you have, love it.

When your customers are yelling at you, love how you feel.

When it's pouring down and the cold wind is howling and you have to be outside for whatever it is and you hate it with all your guts, love how you feel about it!

When things are going well, it's a lot easier to love it, of course.

But when things are just, arrrrgh, try to love it just the way it is.

If that's too much of a stretch, love how you feel about it.

You'll quickly notice that even the yuckiest of feelings aren't so bad after all... when only you love them.

Try it next time.

Practice this consistently, and it will change your life.

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