You’ve had a bad day. You’re in a hurry to get to home, but you must stop by the grocery store. Then, you have to wait in line to pay for your purchases. You’re feeling angry, stressed, and ready to erupt.

You glance down at a baby in the shopping cart ahead of you in line. She smiles. The sweet, chubby baby smiles at you. Your anger is diffused, and your attitude immediately changes. That’s a miracle. A miracle is an act of creation.

We can manifest, recognize, and create simple miracles everyday.”

Jim Phillips

Highly respected business leader, author, and life strategist Jim Phillips was our guest on Life Mastery Radio today. He’s written a book titled The Key to L.I.F.E. Living In Full Expression

Jim Phillips

Jim provided me and our listeners with inspirational nuggets. I’ve listed a few for you…

“Simplexity – Life is simple, but we humans bring complexity to it.”

Each of us needs to reveal to ourselves who we truly are.”

“One of the crimes with which society is most concerned at this time is identity theft – stealing your identity for the purpose of gaining access to your assets. Each of us is the greatest perpetrator of identity theft that can be imagined. We have stolen our own identity by denying our True Self.”

“Distraction happens when we attach ourselves to “things” rather than the experiences we are having.”

There isn’t a new, right, or wrong path in life. Your life IS your path.”

The stress we feel in life is partly because we try to live up to the expectations of others. Instead, we should simply live life as our true self.”

“We have to be self-serving to serve others. We serve humanity by living our truth.”

You cannot long for something which you’ve not already experienced.”

We are always living our life’s purpose. The purpose of life is the progressive realization of truth. Our life’s purpose is getting to the truth of who we are.”

“There is no such thing as unconditional love, because any love upon which there is a condition is not love.”

Create miracles everyday by living as Jim Phillips suggests…

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