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What Causes the Blahs? A Decalogue for Keeping Engaged

Lethargy. Ennui. Dragging. Can’t get going. Almost feels like depression–you’ve got the blahs.

When the blahs take over, you just can’t focus your attention and become satisfyingly engaged in something you’d normally relish—reading, cleaning, building, studying, creating, analyzing, practicing, and so forth. 1,311 more words

Happiness

A Memorial Salute to Veterans

From the Chronicle of Philanthropy:

When veterans gather in Washington this month to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe, the crowd will include heroes who have waited a lifetime to see the memorial honoring their service and sacrifice.

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Philanthropy

The Gayatri. - The Most . by ;- Reflections- Foster Bailey

O Thou Who givest sustenance to the universe,
From Whom all things proceed,
To Whom all things return,
Unveil to us the face of the true Spiritual Sun… 401 more words

The Coming American Uprising . By;- Mike j Hughes

Humanity is under great stress , much agony of mind abounds everywhere. The masses are groping in the darkness of their mass ignorance .
Terrible conflicts are about to unfold from shore to shore here upon this North American continent. 528 more words

Civilization

More Engaged Couples Request Charitable Donations Instead of Gifts

From the Chronicle of Philanthropy:

Paisley McDonald and her fiancé, Chris Madsen, know exactly what they want in a wedding celebration. Engaged in February, they made quick work arranging the details, including a small May beach ceremony on Amelia Island in Florida and later a party for up to 300 in Atlanta, where they live.

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Philanthropy

Living Above Our Emotional - Astral Passions. By- Mike j Hughes

Living Above Our Emotional Passions By;- Mike j Hughes.

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The most powerful and effective method of service an aspirant can offer in leading humanity out of it`s self created hellish nightmare is to empower themselves with absolute determination to set one’s goal to tread the razor edge Path to Self –Realization. 634 more words

Virtue of justice: Judging others and self

For most of us, judging others is challenging, but it is also necessary. Why? For those who abide by conventional morality, judging others is challenging because the conventional morality of altruism teaches us that we should be tolerant, compassionate, merciful, and not judge others at all. 685 more words

Altruism