At first, Bastet is a mysterious figure who appears out of the shadows. She’s there when you need her, but you have to ask for her help. She’s a confidante and Guide that only accepts those who are ready and willing to accept her aid.
She’s not your typical saintly figure, and she doesn’t offer easy answers. However, she is a wise and powerful figure to look up to.
Regardless of what your belief system is, Bastet can help you find inner peace. She will guide you through your daily tasks and create a sense of focus that increases your motivation to succeed in the long run.
Goodness is pervasive
Despite what our culture tells us, goodness is not an abstract concept, but a specific and particular attribute that people have in very small doses.
We don’t spend years studying goodness and then we incrementally add goodness to our lives. It’s a quality that exists in people at all levels, from the simplest to the most complex.
It’s what makes people good at heart, what makes people continue to do good things even when they don’t realize it. It’s what makes us love and why we love so much.
When we aren’t loving in spite of ourselves, we are Loving in spite of ourselves. We are being goodnessed up by a whole bunch of other people who don’t know how to do it right but who want to.
It isn’t just true of individuals — it applies to nations, cultures, religions, and institutions. For instance, if one nation could learn the art of goodnessness, it would make a big difference in its own well-being and that of others.
People are kind even when not rewarded
We tend to think of people as bad, even when we see their good side. We believe that people are inconsiderate andgreedy, even when we don’t experience these things directly.
We believe in the old adage: if you see something, say a thank you and walk away.
We believe in the old saying: if you put money in an ATM, you get what you want. We believe this because we do not know any different. We do not know how hard it is for someone who is poor to get an ATM machine or how difficult it is for someone who does not have money to use one. We believe this because we do not know any different.
We think that people are evil just because they don’t pay full price for something or just bought something from a store that offered free shipping.
People are compassionate even when not famous
When we think about the word compassionate, we think about something that people do for themselves, like when they help others in a humanitarian situation.
But the reality is that a lot of people are not very compassionate and they don’t know how to be more like the “compassionate person” we see in movies and news.
In fact, a recent study showed that only 25% of people are “compassionate”, making it one of the most rareandvolatle qualities. Other people find themngreat, so much so that groups form to develop them.
This makes sense considering that compassion comes from the heart, not from an outside source. If you don’t see it in someone else, you can’t understand how much it hurts you may be the only way to recognize its presence is to pray for it.
People are honest even when not wealthy
When you look at people’s hearts, you can see that they are honest and kind. In spite of everything, people are still good, caring people.
They are not always honest or kind in their actions, but they are in their heart. And this shows that they love and care about others.
That is what makes them human and not a commercial or military product. They need to be guided by a higher power when they make decisions that affect other people, but still when he or she is sincere it will lead to positive results.
It is true that some people are very selfish, but there are also people who know what is best for them even when it does not seem like it will help them in the long run. They are truly good at heart and know what is right for them.
Humanity is great because we keep trying
A central idea of positive thinking is that we can change ourselves by choosing to think and act a certain way. This idea has been around for a while, and it’s been re-inforced over the past few decades with increasing levels of scientific evidence.
But is this really true? Are we really capable of choosing more compassionate thoughts and actions?
The answer must be no, in my opinion. Because even after years of being taught that I’m good at heart, years of reading about the evils people commit, and even after years of practicing compassion, staying calm when things get difficult, finding forgiveness, and helping someone move on from their pain is still very much an exercise in self-deception.
These are things I believe people need to learn to do on their own. It’s time we took responsibility for our own minds and behaviors.
We seek to improve ourselves and the world around us
We all want to be able to make a difference in the world, and we all possess the inner drive to do so. But there’s a difference between having the desire to improve the world and being able to do so.
The former requires no effort, but the latter does. We all have the ability to give what we would like to see in the world, but without specific action, it will not change.
But why should we take action when others are already taking action? Why not just believe in what you see, and that will lead people to good things. You could write your own story of good things that happened to you!
Why should we take action when others are already taking action? Why not just believe in what I see, and that will lead people to good things.
We show love for each other
We show love for one another by spending time with one another, by saving money together, and by sharing gifts and fun events.
We spend time in the company of others because we care about them and their well-being. We spend time with our families and friends, but we also get to know people new very well while hanging out with their families.
We spend time with others because we care about them and their well-being. We hang out with our friends, but we also learn something new about people from each other’s stories and experiences.
We spend time in religious services because we feel a sense of connection to the Source that we believe in. We feel a sense of connection to the source through our experience of it in person or hearing its story told.
We feel a sense of connectedness to the source through our experience of it in person or hearing its story told.
We show compassion for each other
We show compassion for one another by being kind and gentle with one another. We maintain a good relationship with our families, our friends, and the people in our communities.
We demonstrate compassion by being nice to each other. We forgive and don’t hold back when others have a hard time being kind to us.
We devote time and energy to causes we believe in because we know others are good at heart and they need what they need taken care of. We don’t look for the easiest or most money-making solutions to issues we feel are important.
We know that people who are good at heart aren’t always the ones who make the most money, so we tend not to focus on that side of them. Instead, we choose people who are good at heart out of respect for them and what they have done for us.