Can you make someone more open minded? Can you cause them to see your point of view when they're stubbornly arguing against it?
And what exactly constitutes tithing? Do we have to give to an official charity or does it count if we give the homeless guy on the corner a dollar? Do we really have to tithe?
Is the saying "No good deed goes unpunished" really true? If not, where does this belief come from and what's the actual story?
What do you do when someone you know is hurting and you can't walk away? Can you help them, if so, how can you do that without sacrificing yourself?
In this edition of the LOA Q&A series, I'll answer questions about the law of attraction and getting pregnant, avoiding depression and learning languages.
Can you help a friend who's unhappy find happiness? What if you've been trying but it hasn't worked you just seem to be pissing them off? What are you doing wrong?
What's the best way to inspire someone else? Watch this short video to find out and maybe get inspired yourself!
Aren't we supposed to feel bad for those who are less fortunate? Isn't NOT feeling bad the same as abandoning them? No. And No. Feeling guilty about having more money doesn't actually help those who have less than you. In fact, it can keep you from manifesting what you...
When we witness the growth moment of another, it's easy to misinterpret it and think that it was us, the "teacher" who caused that moment of insight. But we did no such thing. The next time you find yourself about to help someone, take a moment and evaluate if...
Are some jobs more spiritual than others? Can kickboxing be spiritual? Or should we dedicate our lives only to virtuous jobs? What are the rules?