“Here’s the thing, if we have goals and dreams, and we want to do our best, and if we love people and we don’t want to hurt them or lose them, we should feel pain when things go wrong. The point isn’t to live without any regrets…We need to learn to love the flawed, imperfect things that we create and to forgive ourselves for creating them.”

–Kathryn Schulz

Viktor Frankl and Aiming for the True Higher Potential


After uploading the most recent podcast, I ran into this short video of Viktor Frankl, author of Man’s Search for Meaning:

Also found online here:
https://www.ted.com/talks/viktor_frankl_youth_in_search_of_meaning

He speaks about aiming for your greater potential to reach one’s true possibilities. Enjoy πŸ™‚

Spark the Flame Podcast 16

This podcast ended up being over 1 hour long! Enjoy!

A Difference in Desperation

As all types of people and texts and theories and such give advice on how to make what you want happen in Life, I find it extremely interesting how the desperation of one person “A” assures that person “A” gets what they want or need, while the desperation of person “B”Β  assures that person “B” does not get what they want or need.

What is the difference between desperation that gains and desperation that loses?

It seems to me the answer is something along these lines:

It is “color”, the tone of the desperation vibration.

Desperation that gains says: ‘I need this thing and in some way or other I am going to get it.’

Desperation that loses says: ‘I need this thing and I think I will never get it.’

A proposed working definition for Love:

Love means

“I choose you in my life,

over not having you.”

And if you need to decide between loving two things,

it is not being handled right,

because love is unconditional.