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Emotions at their core area unit involuntary, usually physiological, responses on the far side our management
Animals, whether land, sea, and air, do not distinguish between confinement in a small area and that within a great number of acres of space allotted for them by their human captors. They know their freedom is as limitless a space as the universe! - Jamie
The Yardstick of Creation! A Compulsive Disorder Which Stretches Throughout Religions and Centuries
I am a patient, laid back person who goes with life instead of against it, or I would love and like to think that I am. Indeed, though, by no means am I passive or even close to it. Rather, temperateness and aliveness works for me better than being totally passive and "cooperative" or...
For what it is worth, I will say this: If you messed up recently, or made that "big mistake", there is ultimately another chance for you if you wait a minute past that last failure there. My position is that each failure is a slip, not a fall, and it is a genuine fall if you let it be...
Autism is more widely known about, but there are still lots of children and adults who go undiagnosed, and need help. Read on to find out more.
God created the universe, and is neither a he or a she, but the all that there is in existence as a realistic and objective reality that is all. As such, God will grant genuinely anything we ask, but we have to be very careful about it. That is where affirmations and mind-stuff work c...
If the promises for good health and beautiful body didn’t make you more aware to your way of nutrition and sport, maybe the perspective of having more energy for a more satisfying life will do it instead! (the good part of this new perspective is that it does not require drastic ch...
I lifted the title of this article off a chapter of a book and tape/CD by Dr. Robert Anthony called "Beyond Positive Thinking", but most of this material I am writing will have some "out of the box" originality that will be my own, so be forewarned. Some will like what I am about to s...
To my way of thinking "just do it" is not just a catch phrase or an interesting little saying, but a way of life, a way of getting through life. Have you ever noticed that the most successful people make decisions quickly and change them slowly when they work, and the least successful...
There are lessons to be learned from the sentient and non-sentient beings of our world and of our cosmos.
Is competition truly healthy, as it is often touted to be? Could it not be that we were meant to work as a team, and collectively benefit? Here's a look at the comparison.
We are conditioned to freely and unthinkingly make fun of others, and we often make derogatory remarks, all (very conveniently) under the guise of jest and humor. Perhaps we need to rethink before we hit the "forward" button on some of the messages and jokes receive - not just on our ...
Perception of truth, or of our inner nature, our inner reality, involves a process of negating that which is unreal, that which is not. Here's an attempt to depict the process.
Forgiving oneself is often felt to be challenging, and perhaps more difficult than forgiving others. Perhaps we need the right perspective to motivate us to know that we deserve this forgiveness.
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