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The Magic Of Qi Gong

I entered the Qi Gong class feeling crabby and uptight after an irrelevant but nevertheless irritating exchange in the office that morning. My head and heart weren’t really in it but the ritual and discipline of attending the class pushed me on and I began the class anyway. I was…

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Finding Your Way Everyday

There are no rules. There’s no path. You don’t need to find your purpose before you can start to finally live. Don’t read too many books, attend too many seminars. Don’t believe those people that tell you they are enlightened. Don’t believe there is even enlightenment. All of that just…

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What Can We Do?

Barcelona, London, Paris, Nantes, Manchester. The attacks keep coming. The fear, the anger, the hurt, the pain and the suffering keeps on growing. In the aftermath of these evil attacks, political and religious leaders all over the world will offer their sincere condolences and make bold statements about staying strong…

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Where Are We Going?

I noticed myself striding along the pavement today, taking huge, great steps, pacing fervently to get to my destination. My mind was elsewhere, totally caught up in the need to get to where I was as quickly as possible. Once I checked in with myself and slowed myself back down…

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Progress Is Progress

We want to be over there, when we are over here. We want more, better, faster, stronger. We want it NOW. We’ve always heard the advice that slow and steady win the race and we’ve grown up with the tale of the tortoise and the hare, yet still we pursue…

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Act As If

Act as if. That’s what my good friend and mentor used to tell me. It basically is another way of saying fake it until you make it, but it works. For most people they wait until they have perfected their product, completed their novel, gained enough life experience before they…

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Life Is Too Short

Life is too short just may be the oldest, most overused and yet ineffective cliche of all time. We all say it. We all say it a lot. Usually we say it after we experience or hear of difficult or sad events. We use it as a way to motivate…

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