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The Value of “Spandexibility” of the Mind!
“Is anyone “good” going to be at the party?” This, unfortunately, is a common question asked many times before social events. It is a query that should be abolished for all time. The underlying profound reason is that it truly … Continue reading
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Who Are The “Balcony People” In Your Lives?
We, as humans, can be compared to a tiny, obscure bird—the sparrow. Sparrows, in spite of their size, are strong and adaptable in even the fiercest of winds. However, a sparrow is at the same time so fragile that a … Continue reading
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Try Barking Less And Wagging a Whole Lot More!!
I spotted a bumper sticker recently and was touched by its simple profoundness. It said, “Wag More…Bark Less.” What a perfectly worded message for living—one where we strive to find the pleasures rather than focusing on conflict and negativity. If … Continue reading