John Assaraf

John
Assaraf
1961

Israeli Spiritual Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Author and Teacher

Author Quotes

Emotions are yours and you can learn to release them like freeing a brid from its cage.

I don't have individuals that are heroes per say but I will suggest that teachers are heroes for me, our firefighters are heroes for me, our police departments are heroes for me and our leaders are heroes for me.

I think people are afraid of either failing or succeeding. It takes courage to feel the fear and feel the risk.

If you want to earn a million bucks a year, eliminate mediocrity from your thinking and your life.

Our thoughts are linked to this invisible energy and they determine what the energy forms.

The simplest way for me to look at the law of attraction is if I think of myself as a magnet, and I know that a magnet will attract to it.

What happens is when you start to believe it in here your brain starts to believe it out here in our physical world so you have to understand it is a reverse of what we have been taught. "When I see it I will believe it".

Your child, your friend your neighbor, somebody looks up and says "You know what? I am going to move my life towards that type of goodness, doing that type of goodness, being that type of goodness and kindness. I think that is how someone becomes a hero.

Every moment allows you the opportunity to take a deep breath in and be grateful for the fact that you can take in a breath.

I don't know if humor has a place for it but being light hearted does and not to take it too seriously.

I think that if we look at what created us, the divine intelligence that created every one of us all He can see is that beauty and love and care so if we could just show people how spectacular they are and how much potential they have.

If you're interested, you will do what is convenient; if you're committed, you'll do whatever it takes.

Plant your seeds. Water them. Do your part as best as you can. The universe will do its part perfectly every time, no exceptions.

The strongest factor for success is self-esteem: Believing you can do it, believing you deserve it, believing you will get it.

What I do is really helping people in maximizing their income and to live the lives they want to live. I effect they're families, I effect their beliefs about themselves and it gives me so much joy

Your circumstances aren?t holding you back, your decisions are.

Every single day, you're trading your life for who you're working with and what you do.

I don't know of anybody including me that has not made errors in judgment, that hasn't done things I shouldn't do, that hasn't lied, that hasn't done things I am not proud of but I hope I am forgiven.

I totally believe that I everything I choose, everything I set my dreams out to achieve I will achieve.

Intuition is what you know before you think.

Practice to look stupid, practice to look like you are not good enough or smart enough where you couldn't do things right and get over it anyway. The truth of the matter is we are all going to feel that way.

There are a lot of people who pretend to have moral ethics and they talk from both sides of their mouth.

What I think is critically important is that there are lots of studies on how prayer effects people that are ill, lots of studies, and I know in my life my prayers have been answered.

Your life can not be all about stuff that you love or even like. Your life is going to be about ups and downs and that is just part of the journey.

Everything is made up of the exact same thing, whether it's your hand, the ocean, or a star.

First Name
John
Last Name
Assaraf
Birth Date
1961
Bio

Israeli Spiritual Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Author and Teacher