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Adversity is like a hurricane. It destroys everything in its path except that which is indestructible, leaving us with the ability to see the truth about ourselves.   Adversity defines what ...

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It is much easier to hold a grudge, get angry, seek revenge, self-medicate or self-harm, than it is to forgive. Whatever hand abuse has tainted our life with, (we don’t ...

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Motherhood is not always a happy state of affairs. The very fact that this is a controversial statement, liable to provoke a few sucked breaths and raised brows, is one ...

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Yoga is the brain eraser. You don’t come in to a session with yourself in order to leave with more. You step in to let go. The reason you are ...

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Wow!  I keep discovering new things.  When I was a kid I thought people over the age of 65 knew who they were “period end of sentence” (as a friend ...

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Never try walking in someone else’s shoes. Huge mistake.You don’t know how they will fit. Try and learn compassion even if there are dark clouds overhead. Try and believe what ...

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8 Ways to Let Go09/14/13

 

Sometimes when things come to an end, we feel more than slightly lost. When a relationship, friendship or job ends it could seem to crash our world. Our blood, sweat, ...

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I’ve mentioned that answering emails in the morning has been found to take up precious needed time from who tend to nurture others before nurturing themselves. That said, there are ...

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This is very similar to last month’s post about accentuating the positive (Johnny Mercer)- it just goes even further because, I’ve made progress in this area. When I mention seeing ...

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A wise teacher once said, “We know our students not by their answers but by the questions they ask.” When we were young and in high school, many of us ...

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