So in a post I wrote on my FB page last week I was talking about a prominent moment I had not too long ago. Something that changed the way I viewed my future, the way I thought about things and the way we (myself and my husband) viewed our lives going forward. 1,914 more words
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My travel with Uniting Journeys on an ethically responsible tour to Cambodia earlier this year turned out to be a journey questioning whether I truly live the values I espouse. 779 more words
“Happiness is that state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one’s values.” – Ayn Rand
What are your values? Most of us claim specific values but when asked this question we are usually unable to really articulate them in a claim such as, “I am a socially liberal, fiscally conservative leaning, free thinking, Taoist, who prefers not to eat the flesh of other animals or fish, and believes that human beings have a responsibility to each other in terms of education, health, and general well-being”. 963 more words
The collective individuality of Self
Everyone is unique. True
Everyone has a story. True.
Everyone has a unique story. Hmmmmmmmmm.
If I asked you to fit your whole life story onto an A4 page giving the briefest of events, experiences, highs and lows, what would your inital reaction be? 351 more words