Some take the road and complain the whole way

When I was seven or eight years old, I took part in a school assembly where kids shared their cultural traditions. My mother dressed me as an Indian king, wrapping me in an ill-fitting sari-like getup that did nothing for my awkward body. The minute I walked on stage, kids …

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Uncover the Secret Treasure of Your True Self

Nevertheless, there have been an enormous number of studies by academic psychologists, often resembling scientific experiments, attempting to get to the truth. While they have sometimes produced conflicting conclusions, the research can still help us understand more about the consequences of our social comparisons. I have broken down my exploration …

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Desiring to make a difference

Right mindfulness Right meditation Our interdependence with each other is such that our personal freedom literally requires that we work with the subjective suffering of all beings. And this means taking others seriously where they're at. Compassion entails recognizing that you and the other person's worlds are bound up together …

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Reaching out to gain access

Curiously enough, implicit and outright bias begins with something else neuroscience refers to as biases. It begins with biological biases and astoundingly sophisticated tendencies that dynamically interact with our subjective psychologies and then with the world around us. Unconscious bias, then, has everything to do with complex neurological response systems …

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Action, Action, Action!

I had to scrape together tips from old paperbacks or counselors at sleepaway camp. Magazines became my mentors. Later, when I dreamed of being a writer, I learned more from Pat Conroy, who wrote about the off-the-beaten-path part of the world I was from, than anybody I knew. Today, anyone …

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Tap into the Power of People

They are only anomalies if we assume matter is primary (materialism). And recall from this article's preface that the current paradigm of materialism (Figure A) is an unprovable belief system. Einstein even called it a religion. Philosopher Rupert Spira summarizes the conundrum: No one has ever found, or ever could …

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Burn out the dross innocence captured again

In a measure of the rise of entrepreneurship, Holmes and Rahe have eight categories about work, all of which I cover, but none about starting your own business or nonprofit. They have divorce, but no custody battles, which of course have become more common. And most striking, none of the …

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Standing on the beach at sunset

I considered him one of my favorite men in the world. Not only had he served me the perfect blend of coffee and milk for the past two years, he had the uncanny ability to look edgy and cool in the standard green Starbucks apron. You look like you're feeling …

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Now I can't go to sleep

It is frequently easier to give in to our cravings and eat foods that endanger our bodies. But, it is also human to reverse bad patterns. It can be done. And chocolate wasn't the only culprit. There were many foods that I categorised as bad: cakes, crisps, biscuits, bread, puddings …

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Fill my heart with gladness

While all this was going on, Lauren's brain tumor came back. So we're doing kids with cancer for the second time, Ann said. Lauren's surgery was scheduled for the same time as Brent's transplant. I hope to teach you to navigate the dichotomy of your past and what promises to …

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If you live the life you love

Emotional Intelligence as an Important Tool for Connections in Healthcare It may be difficult for some to immediately see the connection between EI skills and healthcare, but the industry is filled with patients who feel that their healthcare providers are insensitive to their needs or their feelings. Indeed, it is …

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The streets are always wet with rain

In reality, we're scared of what people think of our work. Either way, there's no point in asking why when you deal with obstacles, challenges, or mistakes. Instead, think about what you can do to overcome or prevent the things that are holding you back. Think About The Details Even …

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Gave me days of deep devotions

He had a happy decade of retirement before his lifestyle caught up with him in the shape of a large intracerebral bleed. It is always harder to witness the suffering of someone you know well or have worked with. A few days after his stroke his family produced Paul's living …

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Rave on, you left us infinity

Invariably, at the moment his name was called, Dad would want to go to the toilet. That would be another half-hour gone. He would make a mess over the toilet floor and his trousers would be wet with urine. The patience of the staff was astonishing. Nurses spent hours trying …

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I'm gonna turn and face the music

Move your head forward and shrug your shoulders in unison, creating an S-shape with your body. Repeat this movement, as if moving like a snake. After you finish the exercise, you will feel comfortable all over, as if each of the joints were oiled. Practicing this movement regularly will make …

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The dawn will end the night

Repeat this 5 to 6 times. Pulling the Neck The patient lies on the bed, shoulders propped up with a pillow. The doctor stands beside the bed, right hand holding the pillow and left hand holding the patient's upper jaw. The patient's head is raised slowly from the pillow until …

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In the mighty crystal fire

So now the subconscious helps you notice everything that's right with your life. Perhaps it will surprise you that the subconscious is helping you consider your present life through a strength- and growth-oriented lens. I wonder how everything you've been through has made you into the inherently worthy, wonderful, and …

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Let me travel even higher

As a preregistration house officer I saw this many times. Heart attacks presented with a terrible crushing chest pain that often radiated down the left arm. Again, the poor patient would be anxious, pale and sweating. Such cases were the bread and butter of our practice as young trainees. The …

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Lift me up consume my darkness

The energy in your lower limbs does not flow smoothly, and this results in energy stagnation and blood stasis. For this reason, little energy can reach the legs, and that leads you to feel cold down from the waist. But generally, there's nothing wrong with your health. In fact, apart …

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I can hear the mothers' voices calling

I got my driver's license at 22 and drove a truck, earning quite a lot of money. Life was good until 5 years ago, when I got chronic uncontrollable diarrhea. On one occasion, I even failed to control my bowels when I was driving. From that time on, I have …

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In haunts of ancient peace

Then he circled in green the tasks where he got to use his talents and in red the tasks where he had skills but no talents. We discovered that 40 percent of his time was spent in the red zone. I asked him to create a second chart and label …

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The love and light we seek

Judging from the perspective of the traditional Chinese medicine, she lacked the three treasures essential to human beings, that is, the essence of life, vital energy, and spirit. Based on her condition, I recommended for her diet the three white ingredients, rice, salt, and white turnips. White turnips. Bland and …

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Can't you hear what it says to you

Put your hand between the mattress and the natural indent at your waist. You should be able to slide your hand under with a snug fit. If you have to squeeze your hand through with effort, the mattress is too soft. If the gap makes it very easy to get …

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Lay and laugh in the sun

I need your perspective on what you consider I am really good at. I'd really appreciate if you could provide me with honest feedback and give me a list of the strengths you think I have. Please don't be afraid to tell me anything that comes to mind. Thanks so …

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To the country I'm going

I know this is true because I've been there myself. I've worn dirty clothes for days because I can't bear to make a dent in a month's worth of laundry. I've shoved piles of unwanted articles, shoes and mismatched bikinis under the bed and shamefully snuck under the duvet at …

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Laughing all the way

When the subconscious is working, slow brain waves are present. They are different than the fast brain waves of the conscious brain that are there when you're working on a spreadsheet. In many ways, the highly developed, analytical channels of the conscious brain can be seen as both a blessing …

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Men with insight, men in granite

To me, this makes complete sense. Without a specific purpose, it is impossible to set the right priorities and focus on what matters. Your purpose is what dictates your priorities. And it is by focusing on your priorities that you reach optimal productivity. When we disconnect learning from our bodies …

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