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I'm a speaker and a ghostwriter, I say. Oh, they say, and their voices trail off as their perception of me changes. Most body language experts will tell you that if someone laughs with you, they feel close to you. When someone is smiling, check around their eyes for crow's-feet, as that is a sign the smile is real. All of this is helpful, but you must remember that all body language depends on context. If someone always has his arms crossed, it's not a sign of anything. Spending more time with a person allows you to read his body language more and more effectively. And when it comes to emotion, tone of voice can actually tell you more than all of your other senses combined. Picking people takes presence. Body language, micro-expressions, and tone of voice provide real information that can help you make your choices. Become familiar with them, and use them to your benefit. When you agonize over a decision, you're wasting time and energy. Life is difficult. Who said it would be easy? The reason why we are here is probably to learn our lesson and ascend spiritually? As a woman, an artist, and an activist, everything I do is to contribute to raising consciousness. That's my mission on this beautiful planet. I'm grateful for all the pains and the joys, the conflicts and the harmony. I follow the Buddha's teachings, and as he says, It's easy to take a path, difficult to stay on it. I am grateful for my friends, family, they're all in my life for a reason!

Antagonists are my Buddhist friends, because in the end, I transform the poison into medicine. Gratitude is about receiving and surrendering to the law of the universe, the quantum field. She cut off all ties to her family and suffered the emotional consequences she knew were coming. I let myself grieve. I cried, I tried to read articles that I thought could help, I vented and talked to those I trusted, and I searched for articles or support groups online that I thought could help me. Holidays, events, and worst of all, my own birthday were triggers for me. Burning a bridge that had been there from the beginning of her life was predictably tough for Amber. But now that she's made it through most of the pain, it's obvious to her that she's much better off not going where that bridge had been taking her. The pain has lessened day by day, and sometimes I will catch myself thinking, Wow, I haven't been upset or even given my family a thought in a while. <a href=''>More</a> peace has entered my life since letting them go, although I know I still have things to heal and work on as I go forward. <a href=''>But</a> I am less broken than I used to be, and I'm healing myself every day. <a href=''>If</a> I had kept them in my life, I would have stayed stuck. <a href=''>Unsuccessful</a> people need to do a variety of things to make ends meet. <a href=''>If</a> I'm a speaker and a writer and a photographer, then surely I must not be particularly successful at any of those pursuits. <a href=''>So</a> no matter what their initial impression of me as a speaker, no matter how big the event, no matter how sophisticated the audience, they no longer see me as a successful speaker simply because I don't speak on a full-time basis. <a href=''>In</a> short, I must not be good enough to specialize. <a href=''>The</a> same is true with ghostwriting. <a href=''>When</a> I tell people I also do speaking gigs, they generally assume I have to take on those engagements because I'm a struggling writer forced to find other ways to earn money. <a href=''>To</a> most people, professional specialization indicates accomplishment and success, when in fact the opposite is true. <a href=''>You,</a> me, all of us--we're too good to specialize. <br /><br /><a href=''>Venus</a> is too good to specialize. <a href=''>She</a> is capable of more than tennis. <a href=''>Make</a> a choice; <a href=''>If</a> that doesn't work, react. <a href=''>Don't</a> let your ego make a decision--even a bad one--a bigger deal than it is. <a href=''>It</a> was a very complicated medical case, involving an alleged delay in diagnosing cancer. <a href=''>The</a> patient had sued three doctors, and the jury had to decide whether the defendant doctors had missed the diagnosis, but also whether an earlier diagnosis would have mattered. <a href=''>Therefore,</a> this jury had to understand complicated testimony about the growth of cancer. <a href=''>I'll</a> be honest--I didn't totally understand it myself. <a href=''>One</a> of the experts started drawing a picture involving pi, and all I could think of was key lime or pumpkin. <a href=''>Our</a> jury was made of up normal people, some of whom didn't have more than a high school education. <a href=''>They</a> were bored and tired. <a href=''>Gratitude</a> doesn't need a reason to be expressed. <a href=''>Every</a> day, I offer pure gratitude, it connects me to the higher good, the universe. <a href=''>I</a> guarantee you that magic happens. <a href=''>Gratitude</a> sends vibrations out there into the invisible, links you to similar souls, and miracles will happen. <a href=''>I</a> highly recommend that you try it every day. <a href=''>Open</a> your heart to gratitude, no matter what, and wait and watch! <a href=''>With</a> much love and light to y'all. <a href='<=6&dest=http://'>As</a> an activist, she supports all minorities, like Native Americans, and encourages women to protect and fight for their rights. <br /><br /><a href=''>Her</a> lifetime goal is to contribute to art and humanity, to make our planet a better place, promoting peace, education, and tolerance through dialogue. <a href=''>To</a> have a dog is to know what it is like to be unconditionally loved. <a href=''>I</a> had to mother myself and be my own parent and love myself enough to finally let them go. <a href=''>We've</a> all had relationships end in an instant. <a href=''>Something</a> gets said, or something gets done, an argument follows, and you cut yourself off from that person. <a href=''>And</a> I'm sure you've also had situations where relationships just fade away--you spend less and less time with someone, and suddenly it's been a few months, and then a year, and then you just lose touch completely. <a href=''>Burning</a> a bridge isn't like either of those scenarios. <a href=''>A</a> bad bridge needs burning only if that bridge is consistently taking you to a place that is harming your growth. <a href=''>Those</a> relationships tend to have lots of layers to them and don't disappear with an argument or just fade over time. <a href=''>For</a> example, if you've spent years with a group that isn't good for you, there are probably a lot of expectations built into your place in that group, and it's going to take some work to untangle yourself. <a href=''>That's</a> how it was with the group I needed to separate myself from when I was still playing football. <a href=''>I</a> was the one who was getting us into the VIP rooms at clubs. <a href=''>She's</a> too good to be just one thing. <a href=''>None</a> of us should be just one thing. <a href=''>We</a> all possess, or can possess, a variety of skills--including skills we aren't using. <a href=''>Don't</a> say, I can't afford to spend the extra time on anand. If your and is professional, then you create a buffer against downturns, shifts in market conditions, or the loss of a job. If your and is personal, you get to add a little more fun to your life. And don't say, I don't know where to start because I don't know where I want to end up. One of the biggest reasons people don't start doing, well, anything is that they think the first step must be a component in a comprehensive grand plan, one where every step is charted and every milestone identified .

As Eagles guitarist (and eminent philosopher) Joe Walsh says in the documentary History of the Eagles, As you live your life, it appears to be anarchy and chaos, and random events, nonrelated events, smashing into each other and causing this situation or that situation, and then this happens, and it's overwhelming, and it just looks like, what in the world is going on? And later, when you look back at it, it looks like a finely crafted novel. That meant some of them fell asleep during this complicated testimony. More than once, the court officer had to come by and wake them up with a nudge and a glass of water. But every time I spoke, they all paid attention. They woke up, looked at me, and listened, if only for a moment. But a moment is all you need. Moments like these add up to wins. They were listening, because my voice was different. The patient himself was a middle-aged man, his attorney a middle-aged man. The first doctor was a middle-aged man, his attorney a middle-aged man. The second doctor? Washington. Dogs and cats have always been a part of my life growing up and, well, it seemed only natural to have either one or both living in our home to make our family complete. Little did I know this trip to the Humane Society would begin and end in a way that would leave a forever paw print on my life. We first stopped by to see the cats, then we proceeded to enter the dog kennels. After looping around twice, we decided to head out. As we went to exit, I heard a sound that called me to stop in my tracks. My attention was immediately drawn to the kennel directly behind me. I walked over to the gate and asked, Are you talking to me?