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Archive for December, 2009

How To Do A True Act Of Kindness

It is only during these strange times of holiday cheer that we begin to feel comfortable enough to actively spread love and happiness. Let us maintain this positive momentum for the following 364 days of the year as well. For any time of the year, here are some ideas that I find most important to consider whenever we are giving gifts or doing someone else a favor.

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From Self To World Improvement

Our current models of self-improvement will eventually be outperformed by the one’s that take into account world improvement.

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Business-Minded Spirituality

At first the idea of business and spirituality together may seem contradictory. We are often told that businesses are only driven by the incentive to make more money, while spirituality entails abandoning this attachment to external goods and material wealth. With this attitude hanging over our head, how can a spiritual person ever expect to […]

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Create A Timeline To Better Envision Your Goals

“A goal is a dream with a deadline.” Napoleon Hill We are creatures of routine and habit, but we also creatures of adaptation and change. Our actions are purposeful because they are always aimed to achieve some goal. Even something as simple as getting up to get a glass of water can be described in […]

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Grudges And Forgiveness

By not forgiving others we are simultaneously denying ourselves forgiveness for our own mistakes. This hypocrisy can eat away at our spirit, cripple our ability to do good, and leave us feeling down and empty. Therefore it is important to address these feelings and find reconciliation.

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