The fifth agreement

by don Miguel Ruiz, don Jose Ruiz, and Janet Mills

The fifth agreement is be skeptical, but learn to listen. Be skeptical because most of what you hear isn’t true. You know that humans speak with symbols and that symbols are only the truth because we agree

Teaching my daughter not to make assumptions

by Michael Bridges

Zoë, my nine-year-old daughter, and I were recently walking down a hotel hallway. Two girls about her age were walking a few steps ahead of us. The girls were leaning in close to each other, talking and laughing as they made their way to their room.

Squeezing my ...

Your wedding day

by don Miguel Ruiz with Janet Mills

Imagine that today is your wedding day, the beginning of a new life for you. You are getting married, and the expectation of joy and happiness is in your heart. Imagine that you are the bride, God is the groom, and you are ready to live ...

Soul to Soul

Don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements, sits down with Oprah to explore the BIG questions. He discusses his definition of God and answers life’s vast mysteries such as: What is the difference between spirituality and religion? What happens when we die? What does...

Domestication: Part 2 of 2

In the process of domestication, you learn that you need to be a certain way in order to be accepted, and because it’s not okay to be what you are, you start pretending to be what you are not. You form an image of what...

Don Miguel’s favorite agreement

Don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements, sits down with Oprah to discuss his fourth and favorite agreement:  Always do your best. By always doing your best, you avoid self-judgment and regret and relinquish fear and doubt. Learn why don Miguel says this agreement...


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