One who throws mud gets himself soiled as well. - Swahili proverb
Surely we can all agree that being considered a person of good morals is a virtue. If our children, grandchildren, friends and family remembered us in this light, many of us would be satisfied by the legacy we would leave behind.
But what are we using to determine this merit?
This week's proverb asks us to examine our behavior carefully.
Do you have a set of behavioral standards for your self/family? Do you ascribe to a moral code of some sort?
Have you ever thought of creating a list of behaviors that, if followed, would allow you to confidently look at yourself in the mirror every day and LOVE who you have become?
Operating in a virtuous manner prevents a lot of drama. We are more likely to treat each other with compassion and less likely to "throw mud" at one another.
This honorable way of life has the power to lift our spirits and help with the healing of society on a global scale.
This week, we encourage you to reflect on your moral code. Do you have one? Can you come up with one that suits your lifestyle? Do you follow it? Can you re-commit to it?
Even the smallest code, "do not gossip" has the power to change your life for the better!
Living mindfully takes practice. Having the right tools around to support you is essential. Our holistic skincare was formulated to connect your mind, body and spirit with pure ingredients and positive intention. Our focus is to encourage you to reflect and evolve daily.