Noah benShea

Noah
benShea

Canadian-born American Bakery Executive, Author, Poet-Philosopher, Public Speaker, Political and Corporate Adviser and Lecturer

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Difficult financial times often inspire people to become more extraordinary. Challenge and adversity can push people toward their own greatness. It can launch you on a deeper personal journey toward happiness, fulfillment, and a life of meaning. As you explore ways to gather strength and improve self-esteem, remember, it is not so much about what you have but who you are. May these tips inspire you. May you go from strength to strength and be a source of strength to others.

A blush of breeze rose from the grass. Jacob felt as if an angel's wing had beat against his cheek. He touched his cheek slowly. He felt embarrassed by the thought. That I should think an angel came to me.

Discipline in its highest notion is not punishment or self-punishment. It is rather something seminal to the self. It is our foundation. It is our architecture. It gives us structure. It allows us to steer our energies and pull our wagon.

It is not how many languages you can speak but whether you have anything to say.

Words are often like buoys. They tell others where we are but little of what lies below.

What grows never grows old.

Because life is a gift, all of us are gifted.

Any of us can feel full and still be starving for affection.

Things don't have to be good for us to be great.

Learning is a path not a destination.

Winning isn’t the art of making someone else a loser.

Caring and not caring are both contagious.

The cost of who we are is established by measuring it against who we might be.

If we don’t pay attention we pay later.

The only real equity we have in life is how we invest in any moment.

The river does not stop flowing because we’ve parked our boat for the night.

The truth is that most of us decide what lies we want to believe.

We are usually deaf to what we don’t want to hear.

Few are as empty as those filled with themselves.

Anger locks us in our own house and then burns down the house.

Life is a gift. Prayer is a thank you note.

We receive much when we pause to say thanks for what we already have.

Too often what’s free we feel free to disregard.

Too many of us care more about being right than doing right.

Too many of us can’t decide if want to be free or free from deciding.

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Canadian-born American Bakery Executive, Author, Poet-Philosopher, Public Speaker, Political and Corporate Adviser and Lecturer