Tag Archives: Buddhism

Take for Granted …

… nothing. Never take for granted your beauty ~ however you see yourself, those who love you will see you shine. Never take for granted your insight ~ however you see yourself, those who love you will  hear your voice. … Continue reading

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But This Was Forever … Right?

We have relationships. Some are long lasting; the friend you’ve known since you were nine and with whom, four decades later, still chill and get silly. Some are short lived; the job that didn’t quite fit, the employee who needed … Continue reading

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Does Misery Really Love Company?

There has been much debate over the affair of Misery loving Company. Thanks to recent comprehensive studies, interviews, and clinical trials, it has been conclusively determined that Misery, in fact, does not love Company. Exclusive interviews and exhaustive studies with … Continue reading

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So … How are Things?

Consistency is a cornerstone. Consistency is not necessarily about knowing what’s going to happen next; rather, it may simply be a reasonable expectation based on previous behaviour. The safest and kindest way to train a dog, for example, is to … Continue reading

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Change is Good? Change is Bad? Maybe

Yesterday, I received a distress call from someone, very close to my heart, who is experiencing changes in his life that are, for him, entirely unique. So change is bad? Change is good? Maybe … An old farmer worked his … Continue reading

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Conquer Your Nemesis ~ Ego and Compassion

Some days, the shortest words in the English language are the hardest to say: I’m sorry, I was wrong, I love you, thank you … Lately, I’ve been struggling with my ego. It dons a trench coat and dark glasses, … Continue reading

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Every Day is New Year’s Day

The sound of the spine cracking. The fresh scent of virgin paper. One of the best things about the New Year is the empty pages of a new day-timer (something I won’t relinquish despite our digital age). New Year’s Day … Continue reading

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