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“Time isn’t precious at all, because it is an illusion. What you perceive as precious is not time but the one point that is out of time: the Now. That is precious indeed. The more you are focused on time … Continue reading
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” – George Bernard Shaw So, how do I go about creating myself? Sounds like great advice. I remember back in my working years, I was pretty much on auto pilot, … Continue reading
“I guess it was a pretty great year after all, give or take. By all means, let us work to change the world. And when we can’t, let us make damn sure that it doesn’t change us.” – Chris Cox … Continue reading
I was reading some philosophical papers recently authored by people I respect. One of the basic premises by one of the men was that all humans are basically flawed. Sort of sounds like some of the major world religions – … Continue reading
Astrology has taught me we have many aspects making up the whole of who we are. Part of me is a lover, part a fighter. Part wants to be a success in life, part wants to sit on a mountain … Continue reading
Did you ever stop to wonder why we want to make the world go away at times? It all just seems too much. All of our coping skills go on vacation for a while and we feel stranded, raw, alone, … Continue reading
“A tiny change today brings a dramatically different tomorrow.” – Richard Bach, One Ever hear of the butterfly effect? It is mentioned by scientists when discussing chaos theory, people who analyze the weather talk about it, and a lot of … Continue reading
“Worrying is like praying for something you don’t want to happen.” – Robert Downey Jr. How many of us get caught up in the “what ifs?” What if: I can’t pay the rent this month – my partner moves out … Continue reading
I think setting intentions helps us stay on course. Try taking just a few minutes each morning and decide how you want your day to unfold. You don’t really need any complicated meditation or journaling routine – those are both … Continue reading