Monthly Archives: March 2008

What Grabs Your Attention? How Can You Harness It Wisely?

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Can We Really Learn to Love the Weeds?

lady-bug. Creative Commons license. dominocat. Creative Commons license. Becoming mature means learning to accept what you cannot change, facing unresolved sorrows and learning to love life as it really happens, not as you would have it happen. —Barbara Sher I … Continue reading

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Dolphins, Humility and Humor

Leo Reynolds. Creative Commons license. Every survival kit should include a sense of humor. —Anonymous   Humor is by far the most significant activity of the human brain. —Edward de Bono   I came across a delightful story about a … Continue reading

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What the Law Taught Me About Stress Management

heyjules445. Creative Commons license. If men were angels, no government would be necessary. —James Madison The essence of Government is power; and power, lodged as it must be in human hands, will ever be liable to abuse. —James Madison All … Continue reading

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Do We Always Have to Be Happy?

Photo of Bentley courtesy of The Daily Puppy. We hear a lot these days about how happy people not only have more fun in life, they also live longer. Does that mean we should worry about our health when we’re … Continue reading

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