Jackson Kiddard was a successful French entrepreneur, turned philosopher and Yogi. He was also an author and a polymath. He died in 1901 in Amritsar, India.
I stumbled upon him a few months ago and I think you would like his quotes, too. They are rather long, though.
"Today I affirm that there is nothing in me but love.
This love comes from total acceptance of myself
and the understanding that I am a perfectly imperfect human being.
I will walk through today and allow myself to fully express my perfection.
I realize that all my "faults" are actually the Universe's unique way of expressing itself through me.
I let go of self judgment and any projected judgments of others that I have chosen to believe
and finally allow myself to just be what I truly am: infinite.
As this is true for me, so it is true for all other beings on the planet.
I will choose to accept everyone in my life with the same radical acceptance I have for myself
knowing that we are all perfectly imperfect human beings simply doing the best we can.
And so it is."
I have moved the rest of Jackson Kiddard quotes
to my new blog.