Definitely a good quote of the day!!
"Reduce your workload by 30% and increase your fun load by 30% and you will increase your revenues by 100%. And you will increase your productivity by 10,000%. (If there could be such a percentage.) More fun, less struggle — more results on all fronts."
---Abraham

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    #247 - September 4th - Friendship

    How important is friendship to you ? In what ways has having friends been a positive aspect of your life ? Read about this on WordPress at this link - http://wp.me/p5vzL4-uu

    Concepts and "mentions" include - Belonging, Challenges, Charles R Swindoll, Children, Community, Facebook, Family, Friendship, Fun, Growth, Inclusive, Internet, Joy, Motherhood, Parenting, Participation, Risk, Social Networks, Sororities, Suffering, Support, Willingness, Yoga, Zaadz

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      Grateful for the flight to start soon :) after delays. Thankfully Heathrow airport is a nice place to spend time in. So grateful that I will see my boyfriend again in a few hours :) :) :)

      Grateful for apps. Seriously. Had fun creating an animation. Although a simple one. Grateful for Google translator.

      Grateful for my 12 months numerology report. Just read the August/September part and it was mirroring pretty well what is going on inside of me these days :) it ends with November, so I nee...

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        "The question of why we can form conscious thoughts is more of a philosophical one but the scientific view seems to be that it is a fundamental property of our brains. The evolution of man has led our brains to become highly efficient at processing complex information, giving us a vast repertoire of possible thoughts. This repertoire has expanded to such an extent that we can now debate our very existence and purpose."
        http://thebrainbank.scienceblog.com/2013/03/04/what-is-consciousness-a-scientists-perspective/

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          I'm grateful for the way things always seem to align just as needed. I'm grateful for the people who came yesterday to do work on our house, for the solitude today to prepare for this big sale and not feel a huge pressure (even though there is so much to do yet - I know it will get done). I'm grateful for this sense of my Mom's presence. The path I'm taking now is different than the one I was on 3 years ago when she passed away and I sometimes wonder if she'd question what I'm doing. Deep do...

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            Know what you mean, Jane. It has a strong, cleaning, magnifying effect to write them down here. So grateful for your words. Way to go your way! Keep shining :)

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          One of our most pernicious ailments as humans is that we have forgotten how to listen to silence.

          We have forgotten how to recognize the abundance of life present within emptiness.

          We have become addicted to the noise of life, stringing one bit of activity to the next and bypassing all the stunning aliveness present in the silence in between.

          We believe that within emptiness there is nothing to be experienced.

          We believe that within stillness, nothing occurs.

          All noise returns to silence.

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            One of our most pernicious ailments as humans is that we have forgotten how to listen to silence.

            We have forgotten how to recognize the abundance of life present within emptiness.

            We have become addicted to the noise of life, stringing one bit of activity to the next and bypassing all the stunning aliveness present in the silence in between.

            We believe that within emptiness there is nothing to be experienced.

            We believe that within stillness, nothing occurs.

            All noise returns to silence.

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