Loving someone with absolutely no expectations sounds like a utopian idea. To say we love one another as we love ourselves cannot be true unless there is an intrinsic reward, whether direct or indirect. That’s not to say we are not loving individuals, it is simply that our most basic makeup is to be self-serving. The key to understanding if unconditional love is feasible or not is to understand the very nature of our mind.
Managing this powerful emotional and physiological response to adverse or demanding circumstances comes more naturally to some, but can certainly be taught to even the most nervous of them all. The first step to controlling stress is to know your own personal anxiety, down to its deepest core.
One Sunday each year, we recognize the value of motherhood and these incredible individuals. Whether or not THE mother’s day is merely a silly commercial exercise or a true testament of dedication is not worth discussing, but one fact that can’t be argued – any excuse to express gratitude is a good one.
Only by watching your true-self shine within will you be able to appreciate your mind and body as bearers of life, not sufferers of circumstances.
The basic nature of our mind is to dwell in the past or to worry about the future. Our uneasiness about what’s to come is actually our strategy to prepare for the future – our mind’s ingenious way of ensuring that we’re equipped to survive.
I stumbled upon StiveOnJosh.com through the glorious universal connector that is social media and was instantly enamored with his message. Josh Haymond, author of the blog, has dedicated his life to finding that perfect balance between “working to live” and “living to work.” I asked Josh a few questions about how he find peace and happiness.
Dr. Rajeev Kurapati is a practicing family doctor and author of the new book, Unbound Intelligence: Discover the God Within. This podcast is presented by Annie Jennings, of the National Publicity Firm, Annie Jennings PR and the creator of JenningsWire online magazine.
Such astute planning in business is exactly the sort of exercise we should be doing when devising our course of actions in life. Here are seven insights to get your life on track to build a meaningful and purposeful life.
This year, like so many years gone by, we have seen a mass exodus of people from this place we dearly call home to the unknown realms. From tech visionaries to movie stars; popular politicians to little known, yet dedicated social workers; musicians to mathematicians, from healers to entertainers – we lost many individuals and endured much grief over the past year.
As another year draws to a close, I wanted to share my most popular and most loved write-ups (or thoughts).
As usual, the “best” is rarely the same as popular. Which means that if we keep track of doing our best work, we can avoid the distraction of letting someone else decide if we’ve done a good job or not.
Most people believe the mind to be a mirror, more or less accurately reflecting the world outside them, not realizing on the contrary that the mind is itself the principal element of creation.” - Rabindranath Tagore
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- "as long as you are surrounded by the people you love and doing what you love, it really doesn't matter where you are." -Richard Branson Time ago 3 Days via LinkedIn
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