The best of ‘what I see’ for 12/4/2012

  1. “The past is finished. Learn from it and let it go. The future is not even here yet. Plan for it, but do not waste your time worrying about it. Worrying is worthless. When you stop ruminating about what has already happened, when you stop worrying about what might never happen, then you will be in the present moment. Then you will begin to experience joy in life.”   – Brian Weiss
  2. “Healing may not be so much about getting better, as about letting go of everything that isn’t you – all of the expectations, all of the beliefs – and becoming who you are.” – Rachel Naomi Remen
  3. “We may tell ourselves that love is not really available. but the deeper truth is that we don’t entirely trust it, and therefore have a hard time fully opening to it or letting it all the way into us. This disconnects us from our own heart, exacerbating our sense of love’s scarcity.” – John Welwood,
  4. “We must each achieve greater individual consciousness and self-knowledge, and project mindful kindness toward everything and everyone.”Bryant McGill From book, Voice of Reason Photo by Jenni Young
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    How I Learned to Relax and Enjoy My Family’s Quirks
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    Lumawake: An iPhone Dock That Simulates the Sunrise
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    What Are You Pretending Not to Know? « Positively Positive
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    The Beginning Of Infinity: Why Our Dreams Do Not Lack Reality | FinerMinds
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    “12 Tips for Managing People Who Blame Others for Everything”
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    “If we are constantly looking outside of ourselves to create a feeling of happiness we will NEVER be content.”
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    10 Unique Search Engines That Serve Very Unique Purposes
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    The Greatist Table: 5 Healthy Root Vegetable Recipes from Around the Web
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    News: Ultrasound Technology Can Make Spinach Safer
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    Podcasting – Is the Old New Again? – Tell Bigger Stories

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