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Sufficiency excerpt from: The Soul of Money

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We each have the choice in any setting to step back and let go of the mindset of scarcity. Once we let go of scarcity, we discover the surprising truth of sufficiency.

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Transcendental Meditation

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Transcendental Meditation: A Very Brief Introduction By Joseph Shannon, Certified Instructor of Transcendental Meditation Transcendental...

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Taming Shame and Blame

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Taming Shame and Blame By Joyce M. Ross and E. Patricia Connor Shame is a “learned” response with potent roots in early socialization. As...

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Mating in Captivity

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Mating in Captivity By Esther Perele There is nothing mysterious when two people in a couple cannot stand one another, and are not having...

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400 Hundred Pencils

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“Pack for a Purpose’s motto is “Small space, little effort, big impact.” Before your next trip, I would encourage you to spend time exploring our website www.packforapurpose.org to see how easy it is to positively influence a community near your destination. Pack for a Purpose gives travelers a way to add value to their vacation, making sure the trip they take goes much farther than the miles they travel! “

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Three Mindset Changes Enhance Your Career Trajectory

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“There are plenty of opportunities available. It’s just a matter of finding the one that works best with my unique skill set and experience. With a little patience and time, I’ll be able to find the right position for me.”

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Art, Science and the Good Life

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“Interestingly, the “Good Life” through consumption of luxury items such as original fine art, may have a pivotal role to play. Ultimately it is society’s culture, driven in large part by the arts, which will decide the fate of the planet’s biodiversity.”

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The Power of Lungta

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Lungta as flags themselves, commonly known as the colourful Tibetan Prayer Flags that flutter in the wind on mountain passes, paths or peaks, and carry the prayers printed on the flags to the heavens like the horse flying in the wind.

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