Best Eat Pray Love Quotes by Elizabeth Gilbert, Saint Augustine, Kabir, Kerry Cohen, Dante Alighieri and many others.
The Yogic scriptures say that God responds to the sacred prayers and efforts of human beings in any way whatsoever that mortals choose to worship – just so long as those prayers are sincere.
He looks at you like you’re someone he’s never met before, much less someone he once loved with high passion. The irony is, you can hardly blame him. I mean, check yourself out. You’re a pathetic mess, unrecognizable even to your own eyes.
It’s easy enough to pray when you’re in distress but continuing to pray even when your crisis has passed is like a sealing process, helping your soul hold tight to its good attainment.
Guilt’s just your ego’s way of tricking you into thinking that you’re making moral progress. Don’t fall for it, my dear.
Yet what keeps me from dissolving right now into a complete fairy-tale shimmer is this solid truth, a truth which has veritably built my bones over the last few years–I was not rescued by a prince; I was the administrator of my own rescue.
We all want things to stay the same. Settle for living in misery because we are afraid of change, of things crumbling to ruins. Ruin is a gift. Ruin is the road to transformation.
Do not apologize for crying. Without this emotion, we are only robots.
In the end, though, maybe we must all give up trying to pay back the people in this world who sustain our lives. In the end, maybe it’s wiser to surrender before the miraculous scope of human generosity and to just keep saying thank you, forever and sincerely, for as long as we have voices.
When I get lonely these days, I think: So BE lonely, Liz. Learn your way around loneliness. Make a map of it. Sit with it, for once in your life. Welcome to the human experience. But never again use another person’s body or emotions as a scratching post for your own unfulfilled yearnings.
We don’t realize that, somewhere within us all, there does exist a supreme self who is eternally at peace.
Our whole business in this Life is to restore to health the eye of the heart whereby God may be seen.
This is a good sign, having a broken heart. It means we have tried for something.
Learn your way around loneliness. Make a map of it. Sit with it, for once in your life. Welcome to the human experience.
All know that the drop merges into the ocean but few know that the ocean merges into the drop.
You have now reached infatuation’s final destination—the complete and merciless devaluation of self.
But if you can plant yourself in stillness long enough, you will, in time, experience the truth that everything (both uncomfortable and lovely) does eventually pass.
So miss him. Send him some love and light every time you think about him, then drop it.