Mind

Once you know your purpose and reason for being, you mold your MIND to serve your spirit.

Your thoughts, dreams, beliefs, actions, and habits are tools in your tool-belt to create the life of your dreams. They’re all exchangeable to serve the purpose you desire.

The sprouting seed is a symbol for the thought that needs nurturing to achieve change.

Happy Birthday Abe!

February 12, 2012

When trying to master life on Earth in order to be as healthy and happy as possible, it can be helpful to learn how other humans fail and succeed. Why not learn from the best then, right? And to celebrate his birthday today, we’ll learn from Honest Abraham Lincoln. Tweet

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The Un-Invention of Lying

January 11, 2012

What if lying were never invented? You would be forced to either: a) tell the truth. b) shut up. Tweet

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2011 Annual Review: Looking Back

January 2, 2012

What do you see in your crystal ball? I first did this post in 2010, inspired by Chris Guillebeau, who has been doing his annual review since 2008 at The Art of Non-Conformity Blog (I highly recommend this blog to anyone who values an unconventional life or loves to travel). The act of looking back […]

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Let Steve Jobs Stand For This

October 11, 2011

What would you do if you knew you could not fail? Tweet

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When Life Hands You Lemons

October 3, 2011

Take your life in your own hands, and what happens?  A terrible thing:  no one to blame.  ~Erica Jong When life hands you lemons … do the lemons stay lemons?  Or do you make lemonade? I don’t know about you, but I want me some lemonade! Tweet

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Perspective: Paul Bloom’s Origins of Pleasure

August 22, 2011

If there were a way to be more happy in life by controlling your thoughts, would you believe it? Better yet, would you do it? It turns out, your deepest beliefs about the object of your attention greatly affect how much pleasure you get from that object. Real artwork, complete with creative processes and effort […]

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