- The only bridge to burn is the belief that my feelings of support are the responsibility of another. –David Ault, Science of Mind Magazine, Aug. 2016
- You imagine separations. The separation is an appearance. Just as the dream is not apart from the dreamer, so knowing is not apart from being. The dream is the dreamer. –Nisargadatta
- Only love knows love, and love knows only love. –Ernest Holmes
- Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it. –David Ault
- When you think of the Source of All, you should feel the joy and gladness of greeting your oldest and dearest friend. –Satchidananda
- The presence that pervades the universe is imperishable, unchanging, beyond is and is not; how could it ever vanish? -Bhagavad Gita 2:17
- In the secret cave of the heart, two are seated by life’s fountain. The separate ego drinks of the sweet and bitter stuff, liking the sweet, disliking the bitter. The Supreme self drinks sweet and bitter through the ego neither liking this or disliking that. –Katha Upanishad
- Endless good now comes to me in endless ways. –Florence Scovill Shinn
- Affirmation: I am love taking form now.
- Breathing the words below on the in and out breath trains mind in both focus and direction and letting go
These quotes are shared by Robert Rannigan, LPC, to touch, inspire, and motivate moms and dads to reflect upon what is important in their lives and those of their spouses and children. The role of fathers has been slowly changing over the years. Dads are now expected to be more emotionally involved with their kids and–most of all–desire more emotional closeness with them. To do this, men have to establish a sense of safety, certainty, and knowing within their own internal environments. Through increased mindfulness and focus, they will then be able to create these very things for themselves, as well as for the families they love.
Grouped by a common theme, “Quotes for Parents” bring words of wisdom, almost daily, from great minds—current and old—into the lives of modern parents (and the rest of us) to nudge them (and us) ever so closer to the mindfulness and self-awareness we should all be practicing every single day.
These quotes are provided as encouragement to observe the power of words and to choose your words carefully. In the morning, choose one (or some of their impactful words) to meditate upon and guide you in a positive direction as you navigate the day’s challenges.