Tag: happiness

Never Try Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes!

Never Try Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes! 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 you believe, but have an open mind allowing yourself to learn . Think outside of the box. Do NOT be complacent because you never know what the future holds for you. Learn that not all people have kindness and these are the ones we need to release, send away with kindness and wish them lessons for growth and harmony. Those who...

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10 Thoughts That Get in the Way of Adventure

We all have an ‘adventure gene.’ It’s really our inner self, seeking expression, urging us to follow our heart and try something new. It needn’t be grandiose. The scale can be whatever makes it an adventure to you. Whether we want to learn to ride a motorcycle, down-hill ski, move around the block, change jobs, leave a long-term relationship, take an exotic holiday, start working after a lengthy hiatus, go back to school, learn to swim…substitute what it is for you, when that “gene” stirs, it’s signaling an opportunity for growth, fun and fulfillment. Our ego however, becomes threatened,...

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Can We Ever Love Each Other As Much As We Love Puppies?

Here’s something I’ve noticed. When you really want to make someone feel bad- create shock value- or evoke dark feelings of despair, sadness or regret- there’s not a more effective route than talking about kicking or hurting puppies. Poor puppy! Who doesn’t love a puppy? Sidenote: I LOVE puppies, you guys. I admit it. I don’t have time for one, but I want one so badly. Really. An adorable, fluffy, huggable, loveable, best friend who never competes for the same guys, never stands me up on a Friday, and never tries to get me to write their term paper?...

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A Cup of Meditation

Coffee is so refreshing, depressing, oppressing and French Pressing! Back when coffee wasn’t so cool (or hot, if you prefer), it was considered the sinister drink of the devil! In fact, Sultan Murad IV, Ottoman Empire, would have cut off your head for even the slightest suspicion that you consumed this now coveted beverage. “If you look at the rhetoric about drugs that we’re dealing with now — like, say, crack — it’s very similar to what was said about coffee,” Stewart Allen, author of The Devil’s Cup: Coffee, the Driving Force in History. I know what you are...

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