Noah benShea


Canadian-born American Bakery Executive, Author, Poet-Philosopher, Public Speaker, Political and Corporate Adviser and Lecturer

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Sometimes we grow so comfortable with our blindness the thought of seeing scares us.

Do not kiss your children so they will kiss you back but so they will kiss their children, and their children’s children.

Tough times don’t require you to be tough on yourself. Find the courage to embrace happiness.

Make a Difference.
Do what you can, but never forget that letting go is very different from giving up. Of all the things you can make in life, remember you make all the difference in your life.

Change Is the Only Constant.
This too shall pass. Change is the only constant. In order to take a breath, you must release your breath.

Put your faith, and not your fears, in charge. Courage isn’t the absence of fears but how you wrestle with them.

Prayer creates a path where there is none and turns your stumbling blocks into building blocks.

Savor Life and Slow Down.
When you’re in a hurry, go slowly. The faster you go in life the sooner it is a blur.

Having Less Doesn’t Mean You Are Less. Don’t confuse having less with being less, having more with being more, or what you have with who you are.

Being broke is not the same as being broken, losing money is not the same as being lost, and finding your balance is not something you can do on a balance sheet.

An eternity is any moment opened with patience.

Prayer is a path where there is none.

Either the key to a man's wallet is in his heart, or the key to a man's heart is in his wallet. So, unless you express your charity, you are locked inside your greed.

The fears we cannot climb become our walls.

I don't pray because it makes sense to pray. I pray because my life doesn't make sense without prayer.

Wisdom does not make me full. It fills me with hunger.

A miracle is often the willingness to see the common in an uncommon way.

My heart knows what my mind only think it knows.

Vision... is seeing where we are not looking.

When we treat time as a limit... then time becomes a wall, a barrier we will die climbing. If we see our days as a river, Jacob motioned to the waters in front of them, then we know time as a vehicle and realize we have all be born as passengers.

Wisdom arrives when we are willing to journey to our ignorance.

Wisdom surrounds us. It is seldom hidden but often overlooked. When we shut our eyes, the truth does not go into hiding. Every time a door is shut, somewhere another door opened.

The world can be seen in a single blade of grass... but you must take the time to look.

All work is holy.

Every life is an impression... We are God's fingerprints.

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Canadian-born American Bakery Executive, Author, Poet-Philosopher, Public Speaker, Political and Corporate Adviser and Lecturer