Archive | February, 2014

Journaling Exercise: A Creativity Prayer

Tweet  image by spiritual_marketplace The highest kind of writing – which must not be confused with the most ambitious kind – belongs to the realm of grace. Talent is a part of it, certainly; a thorough understanding of the secret laws, absolutely. But finding the subject and theme which is in perfect harmony with your […]

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The Importance of Everyday Thoughts

Tweet  image by illuminaut “The questions that ‘engage our thought’ on a daily basis reflect our life purpose and influence the quality of our lives.” – How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michael Gelb   We think millions of thoughts every day. For many of us, our mind is never empty. Every waking moment, […]

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Ask the Readers: What is Your Message?

Tweet  image by williammarlow   If  you were given the opportunity to spread any message to a large group of people, what would your message be?  Think about its impact. This message will spread far and wide, and therefore, you are responsible for the ripples it will create. You are responsible if people choose to […]

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Secrets of Adulthood

Tweet  image by thelotuscarroll As a part of my Kaizen Reading Challenge, I am reading The Happiness Project. In the book, Gretchin Rubin talks about Secrets of Adulthood that she’s discovered. As I read that part, I thought about making a list of my own Secrets of Adulthood. I wrote this fast, without thinking about much, […]

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On Judging Others

Tweet  image by safari_vacation Lately, I’ve had a considerable experience of being at the receiving end of people judging me and my life. It’s not because of my life, but rather because I’ve been in India for the last two and a half months. This habit of judgement is not uncommon in India. In fact, […]

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How to Keep a Herb Journal

Tweet  image by starsfault   If you are a keen herb gardener, just fancy starting an herb garden of your own, or an ardent cook looking for fresh ingredients, you may benefit from keeping a herb journal. It could also be a legacy project that you can pass down to your children. You can create […]

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If You Get Bored, Your Life’s Not Right

Tweet  image by ag2r   Boredom is the root of all evil – the despairing refusal to be oneself. – Soren Kierkegaard   I honestly can’t remember the last time I was bored. It’s not a boast. In fact, if anything I can’t believe why there was an ever a time when I was bored. […]

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Journaling Exercise: What Makes You Smile?

Tweet  image by ozyman A smile is a curve that sets everything straight. – Phyllis Diller Smiling is way underrated. It’s a little thing that can instantly lift your mood. That’s why laughing clubs work. Try it. Just smile for no reason. Look in the mirror and smile at yourself. No matter how grumpy you […]

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