Dishonesty begins when we have a difficult experience that we can’t reconcile or process.
The mantra in the spiritual world is “I’ll see it when I believe it.” That can be a tough sell for most of us who have lived by the exact opposite principle: “I’ll believe it when I see it.”
The moral of nearly every fairytale is that we can only find happiness by becoming the hero of our own life story and slaying our inner dragons.
So often, we will find the gifts of what we’re seeking inside a situation that seems to be the opposite of what we want. We resist.
To me, integrity is a matter of a person’s word: nothing more, nothing less.
In this podcast episode, Tyler interviews Dr. Sherry Sami a dual specialist in pediatric dentistry and orthodontics. She was a clinical instructor at UCLA and one of the creators of the Children Health Advocacy Training (CHAT) curriculum.