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Who Am I?

There is a lovely story about a monk who came to his master and asked ‘who am I?’. The master stopped, gazed intently into the young monk’s eyes and said ‘go outside, look into the well, and you will see who you are’. So the monk went outside, looked into the well, and saw his reflection staring back at him. ‘Oh’ he said. ‘That is who I am’. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on 2013/05/30 in Attitude, Searching, Spirituality

 

Another Resentment Tool

Relating to someone as a “self”—on the basis of how we see them right now—is like seeing a video reduced to a single frame, or seeing a ball hurtling through the air in a freeze-frame photograph. It’s life-denying. It’s a static way of seeing things. In taking a snapshot of a thing we lose its sense of trajectory, the sense that it’s headed somewhere. We’re disconnected from the reality of change and process. But imagine if we could consistently see a person not as a thing but as a process—if we could, at least in our imagination—see that person evolving towards wisdom and compassion. How might that change both them and us? That’s the challenge for us all.
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7 Things You Need to Stop Doing Every Day

If you get decent value from making TO-DO lists, you’ll also get significant returns – in productivity, in improved relationships, in financial stability, and in heightened levels of happiness – from adding certain things to a TO-DON’T list. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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Posted by on 2013/05/25 in personal

 

5 Things YOU Should Be an Expert At

Everything has been figured out, except how to live
— Jean-Paul Sartre

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Optimism

Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.
–Doug Larson

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Posted by on 2013/05/17 in Attitude, Trust