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Ripples of Wisdom


Don Jose Ruiz helps you become aware of an overcome self-doubt, self-deceit and fear to live a happy life filled with love

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Key Takeaways
  1. "Everyone has the right to believe what they want to believe. They have the right to feel what they want to feel and go say what they want to say. If you take everything personally, you may feel defensive or hurt. Instead ofjuiding what others say listen and show respect. Remember everything isn't ways about you."
  2. "Making assumptions and then taking them personally is the beginning of hell. An assumption is just a lie you are telling yourself. This creates a big drama inside your mind, and you have no idea if it's really truth or not. Be aware that most of the drama in your life is caused by an amazing, creative story you have made up. Ask questions before creating a story and find peace in truth."
What I got out of it
  1. A beautiful book which echoes many of the same lessons his father (Don Miguel Ruiz) discusses in his fantastic books - The Four AgreementsMastery of Love and more. Namely, do not make assumptions, don't take things personally, do your best and be impeccable with your word
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