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Living in the Now

Always try to forget the past, you’re no more there and try not to worry about the future, you’re not there yet. Just admit the fact that they are just states of mind and they never exist. 127 more words

Inspirational Motivation

And the competition winner is...

Do you ever enter competitions? I do occasionally, always assuming I won’t win and therefore I’m always right. This time I entered something because I thought it would be fun, take me out of my comfort zone and be a lovely keepsake too and, I win. 432 more words

There Is Nothing More Important You Can Do Than Learn To Control Your Thinking!

“The most important thing ¬†you can do is learn how to control your thinking. Everything first begins with thought. Your actions and results originate from your thoughts and feelings. 648 more words

Personal Development

You Chose

The first time I read this I knew it spoke to me…and thought you might need it now. Written by Shannon L. Alder.

You chose.You chose. 222 more words

Personal Development

Faith: visualization of and belief in the attainment of desire.

Faith is the second step towards riches according to Napoleon Hill.

Faith is the head chemist of the mind. When faith is blended with the vibration of thought, the subconscious mind instantly picks up the vibration, translates it into its spiritual equivalent and transmits it to Infinite Intelligence, as in the case of prayers. 807 more words

Personal Development

Depression Self Help

One of the problems that affect us humans is a state of mind referred to as depression.

Exactly what is depression?

Why do we suddenly find ourselves stuck in a sea of inertia, unable to think positively, unable to hold on to positive thoughts, frozen in a zombie like state of inactivity? 1,034 more words


What You Do is Your Art

Seems everything I read these days (or do, for that matter), feeds into the major themes I am working on for my business. And right now, my big five are: authenticity, vulnerability, artistic expression, genuine human connection, and the importance of storytelling. 813 more words