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what is happiness?

A guestpost by Chad Davis Like anybody else, I’ve known my fair share of unhappy people, including myself. Many of my own friends have and still do suffer from depression or anxiety or both, barely scraping by their lives in what they feel is nothing more than a miserable existence caught between a painful birth […]

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the 3 spiritual laws i mastered by moving back home

A guest post by Lisa Tully “If you think you’re enlightened go spend a week with your family” ~ Ram Dass Are you stuck in a living situation that is draining you of your sanity and well being? Searching for a way out or at least a way to cope till better times arrive? Picture this… […]

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5 simple steps that will increase your happiness

A guest post by Hannah Braime Happiness: it’s the holy grail we’re all working towards. What many of us forget, however, is that happiness isn’t waiting at the end of a lottery win, a pay rise, a new house or a shopping spree, it’s the result of all our decisions on a day-to-day level. One […]

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thriving, not surviving, through tragedy

A guest post by Sheila Prakash What is the point of tragedies? Why must we endure them as humans? Is there a reason beyond the pain and suffering? Is there perhaps a deeper reason? Could it be to allow our souls to see things from a different perspective? To allow us to see things from […]

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wishing all the best for your future

I wish you all the best for your future, and here’s why. As humanity evolves, our development can be compared to the life stages of a human being. From infancy to adulthood. Now at the onset of the 21 century, we as humans are still fairly young and inexperienced. And as such, we better slow […]

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words of encouragement for a friend

Let’s face it, everyone needs encouragement sometimes. But when we offer words of encouragement for a friend, not only do we express our good will toward that particular person, but we also spread positiveness into the world. And yes, the world can use some more positiveness. Let’s look at ways to be more encouraging, while […]

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the love within us

A guest post by Sheila Prakash Where is love? And why is everyone always searching so frantically for it? From trying to receive it through your kids, to your parents, to your partner, to your imagined fantasies that play on an endless tape in your head, and so on. Sometimes it may seem hopeless that […]

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the power of giving

There is much talk about the problems in the world today. The global economy is shaky at best, and the governments and economists are scratching their heads. The outlook is bleak. How did we get to this point? There are many answers and theories regarding this. Allow me to present a possible solution called the […]

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to be a hero

A guest post by Chad Davis Last night, tragedy struck Aurora, Colorado, as a lone gunman entered a theater twenty minutes into the midnight premiere of The Dark Knight Rises and opened fire onto an unsuspecting crowd. Like the rest of the nation, I woke to the disturbing news and was left with the residual […]

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5 minutes of simplicity

A guest post by Jamie Hoang I have a lot of friends because I love to meet new people. It’s the greatest part about living in any major city, there are always new people to stumble across. For the most part I love having lots of friends, but because I have so many it’s hard […]

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how to breathe

A guest post by Kate Swoboda In my experience, if you start talking to people about how to meditate, there will be at least one naysayer who will crop up to tell you that you are doing it all wrong. I experienced this a few years ago, when I was leading a retreat based on […]

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