What is “True” success?


“Society teaches us to want that great car, great title, great house, great image and great sex.  Yet there in not one obituary that says he was known for having a great title, great house, great image and great sex.”- John Ortberg

Jesus did not strive to have gain great title, great wealth, or great material.  Instead, he focused on becoming complete in mind, body and spirit.  That doesn’t mean the latter can’t be attained, it just means it shouldn’t become the primary goal.  When all is said and done, internal nourishment feeds the soul, which is infinite and eternal.  External nourishment feeds the body, the senses, and is finite and limiting.


I Strive to Focus On The Nourishment of My Soul

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Categories: self help

Author:Rubi Ho

Rubi Ho is Vice President of Sherpa Executive Coaching in Cincinnati, Ohio. He works with senior executives and their organizations on leadership development and the integration of leadership and executive coaching into their cultures. Born in Vietnam, he and his family escaped from Saigon in 1975, the day before it fell. He resides with his lovely wife and 3 year old son in Cincinnati, OH.


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