Juliana Vallejo

Juliana Vallejo

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That's actually false: You don't know who you are and you don't know

That's actually false: You don't know who you are and you don't know

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The devil traps people in their heads, quite often by shielding their own flaws behind excuses and blaming others. How easy to say if someone wasn’t who or how they are, you would be a better person. But God needs you to see your own flaws before He can heal the disease. A physician is unable to help a patient who denies their own illness

“The whole universe is sum up in the Human Being. Devil is not a monster waiting to trap us, He is a voice inside. Look for Your Devil in Yourself, not in the Others. Don’t forget that the one who knows his Devil, knows his God.

Quote on heaven & hell by Shams Tabrizi: “Don’t search for heaven and hell in the future. Both are now present. Whenever we manage to love without expectations, calculations, negotiations, we are indeed in heaven. Whenever we fight, hate, we are in hell.”

Quote on heaven & hell by Shams Tabrizi: “Don’t search for heaven and hell in the future. Both are now present. Whenever we manage to love without expectations, calculations, negotiations, we are indeed in heaven. Whenever we fight, hate, we are in hell.”

from The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak... as i prepare to become an empty nester this summer, one half is grieving for what was and the other half is giddy for what may be. i think this 'rule' hits the nail on the head quite nicely

from The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak. as i prepare to become an empty nester this summer, one half is grieving for what was and the other half is giddy for what may be. i think this 'rule' hits the nail on the head quite nicely