The tagline above says it all, really..
Because there’s always time to pause, reflect, and grow.
Why do I want people to pause and reflect?
Because there are immense lessons and beautiful signs all around every single second and we’ll miss them if we don’t pay enough attention.
“What happens if we miss these signs?” you ask.
We’ll cease to live meaningfully. We’ll miss the chance to connect with life, and with each other. Self-knowledge is essential for spiritual awakening. Self-love is essential for the blossoming of the soul. And all that comes through careful reflection.
Reflect On This™ is a blog for people from all walks of life. It’s your source for refreshing inspiration on life & living, health & well-being, and spirituality. We’re here to reflect, get deep, learn, grow, and change… and together.
Dear Fellow Reflector…
I want to take a brief moment to personally welcome you to this site and to thank you for visiting. It is my honor and privilege to be able to share with you the reflections, thoughts, and ideas found on this site, and to be able to interact and engage with each of you (in the comments, on Facebook, and otherwise). I hope that through this site we will build a network of “Reflectors” based upon a solid foundation of positivity, receptivity, good vibes, and deep friendship. I look forward to interacting with all of you soon!
Sending Positive Energy Your Way,
Christopher J. Moore
Chief Reflecting Officer (CRO)
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Christopher J. Moore is an internationally renowned educator, public speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He is the Founder & CEO of Moore Creative Ideas, the platform for Reflect On This, Success Process, and many other sites to come.
Chris has traveled to or lived in over 11 countries, including: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Mexico, the United Kingdom (UK), the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Morocco, Mauritania, Egypt, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and more. During his travels he has gained an abundance of cultural and spiritual insight and has networked with literally 1,000’s of amazing human beings.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in English (with a minor in Religious Studies) from George Mason University (2001) and a master’s degree in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland (2007). He has also studied Arabic-English translating and interpreting at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates (2005).
His author archive at Reflect On This can be found here.
Reflection is the school of geniuses…