Donald L. Hicks

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Donald L. Hicks A lot of people think it's about money. But the truth is, until you write a blockbuster, there's not much money in writing. For me, it's more about em…moreA lot of people think it's about money. But the truth is, until you write a blockbuster, there's not much money in writing. For me, it's more about emotional release. Writing can be as healing and inspirational to the author as it is to the reader. But most importantly, it provides a means of reaching and inspiring people you would otherwise never meet. I've read books that have changed my ideas and perceptions of life in positive ways, and if I can repay that to just one person, my debt is paid. (less)
Donald L. Hicks I like a pro-active approach. I focus on preventing writer's block, rather than reacting to it. How does one do that? It's simple. When you sit down a…moreI like a pro-active approach. I focus on preventing writer's block, rather than reacting to it. How does one do that? It's simple. When you sit down at the keyboard and the words are just flowing out, don't wait to stop writing until you've ran out of ideas. Stop writing while the words are still flowing. I sometimes even stop in mid-sentence. It can be a difficult thing to do because you *want* to keep writing. But that's the point. The next time you sit down, you'll know what you want to say, plus you'll have new ideas. Don't wait for creativity to call upon you, shackle it, and release it when you're ready. (less)
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The Divinity Factor

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The Seven Signs of Spiritual Development

“Am I spiritually advancing?”
“Am I taking the right steps to raise my spiritual vibrations and make the shift?”
“Am I reading the right books? Is this meditation or yoga course really helping me?”

From time to time, many of us find ourselves asking these questions. With all the books, workshops, and the plethora of spiritual growth courses that are now available, it’s sometimes hard to determine if Read more of this blog post »
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“People who judge others tell more about Who They Are, than Who They Judge.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

“At the heart of all anger, all grudges, and all resentment, you'll always find a fear that hopes to stay anonymous.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

“When someone would mistreat, misinform, misuse, misguide, mishandle, mislead… or any other "mis"… to others, they’re obviously missing something from their lives.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

“People who judge others tell more about Who They Are, than Who They Judge.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

“When someone would mistreat, misinform, misuse, misguide, mishandle, mislead… or any other "mis"… to others, they’re obviously missing something from their lives.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

“At the heart of all anger, all grudges, and all resentment, you'll always find a fear that hopes to stay anonymous.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

“A single tiny light creates a space where darkness cannot exist. The light vanquishes the darkness. Try as it might, the darkness cannot conquer the light.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness

“When you continually worry about what other people think of you, they own you.”
Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness




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