All posts tagged "thinking"

    Thoughts on Realities

    Thoughts are not real. They are split second interpretations we use to add meaning to our moments....

    Learning Thinking

    I’m often asked, “How did you learn to think?” Here’s a bit about me… Growing up, my...

    Role Available: Thought Office Manager

    I once read that to have an organized work life, you should never hold a piece of...

    As Good As

    “As good as” are 3 words that hold amazing possibilities. Instead of simply seeing “It’s good as...

    Weeding Out Thoughts

    We all must be careful about which thoughts we give attention to because just like well-watered plants...

    What Are You Thinking?

    A few months ago, I was a little tired as I sat in my rocking chair, gently...

    Thinking & Doing

    Thinking about something can be very interesting. But, touching, doing, acting, feeling, looking deeply … are all...

    Say Three

    If during a conversation someone says the same thing 3 or more times you’ve received very important...

    Three Adages

    I’m more comfortable doing than being. For a long time I questioned whether this meant I was...

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7 Reasons to Eat A Grapefruit Every Day

Grapefruit has earned every bit of its superfood status, but many people do not realize how amazing this citrus fruit

Longevity Factors that Might Surprise You

A variety of long-term research on longevity holds some surprises as to what factors contribute most to longer lives. Here


Did you know that out of the top five reasons people purchase medications, almost 100 percent are preventable with healthier

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A Visit to St. Petersburg, Russia: The Trip of a Lifetime

Culture, art, shopping, architecture, food: There are so many things to do and see in St. Petersburg, Russia that trying

Bullish on Istanbul: Sights to See in Turkey’s Largest City

Touring Istanbul’s ornate houses of worship and palaces could keep history buffs and culture hounds busy for weeks, as noted

Angkor Wat and More: The Pleasures of Siem Reap

Siem Reap is best known for the Angkor Temples, but there’s much more to see and do in this historic

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Self-Imposed Limitations

Limitations cannot be placed on any ideas of a spiritual origin.  As unique individuals, who are children of God and


Anticipation is the action of looking forward to something. Unlike anxiety which would be fearing what might happen, anticipation is

Those Surreal Disconnected Days

We all have days when we feel disconnected from whatever is happening in our lives. Sometimes, things may even seem

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Maturity Seizes the Tai Chi Opportunity

We run blindly through this world when we’re young. We don’t notice so many “adult” things as they go blurring

A Woman of Action

In her new book, IT’S IN THE BAG, Gayle Martz describes her mother as a “woman of action,” and readers

A Mother’s Day to Remember

(SD-SP) This year has tested the strength of every mother despite what stage of their motherhood they are in. From

Why “Just” Doesn’t Fit

Sometimes we use the word “just” when describing who we are and what we do. This podcast shares why our

Insight on Understanding Others

It takes patience and compassion to understand another. But isn’t this what we all want? To be understood? This podcast

The Worst has Already Happened

Here’s the good news…no matter what you’re worried about? The worst has already happened…and you handled it!  Don’t believe me…listen

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