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Its OK to start with what is close by and easy

I have noticed that I have a tendency as a new business owner to overlook or discredit the contacts and offers close to home – an old work colleague who suggests a partnership, an old workplace that once offered casual work, a friend who suggested a way to get more business etc. 557 more words

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Cups and Kites

I look at the pot and the cup in front of me.

Their usefulness, their purpose, depends upon an essential emptiness that lies at the very centre of their existence. 171 more words

Tea

I love taking baths!

In the beginning of this winter we got our bath tub back in the apartment, and it’s one of the best decisions we have made this winter. 154 more words

Home Spa

Meditation for a New Year

As we reach the end of the year I thought it would be a great idea to have a meditative review of the past 12 months and create a positive focus on the year ahead. 212 more words

Authentic Tao Living

Where's my Mo-Jo?

I’m tired today. I’ve had a lot on my plate recently: some changes, new things to think about and unknown situations to navigate. And that on top of the old and regular which rolls with me. 407 more words

Managing Depression

It's called flow state because you just can't force it.

“Babies can’t do that.”

This is currently my kid’s favourite phrase, and frankly, our best leverage to attempt to manipulate him, great big two and a half year old that he is, into doing our bidding. 726 more words

Lisa Richardson

Why it's best not to bow to the teachings of the Tao

Taoism, an ancient Chinese religious philosophy, is growing in popularity although it’s followers are still small in number compared to Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism. The “Tao” in… 672 more words

Christianity