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Balance & Mental Wellness

10 Tips to Enjoy Life & have less stress

Don’t interrupt other people’s sentences. People go to therapists because they feel no one is listening to them. Give friends, family, & co-workers that respect. They’ll be amazed & relationships will benefit. Make peace with imperfections. Life is rarely as you want it to be. The sooner you accept, the better. When you die, your […]

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Spirituality and Authenticity

Trust: The Little Sparrow

Some time back, I shared with Eugene Loh in 93.8 Live, “A Slice of Life” about the 4 stages in life i.e. i) Struggle; ii) Success; iii) Significance & iv) Surrender & how I suspect that these 4 stages are not linear. Learning to surrender, let go, trust & go with the flow may actually […]

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Truth & Clarity of Purpose

Confront the Brutal Truth

In Jim Collin’s book, “Good to Great: why some companies make the leap…and others don’t”, there is a chapter titled, “Confront the Brutal Truth”. Is it important to confront the truth? The Bible says that “The Truth will set you Free”. However, facing the truth is not easy. Why? Because The Truth can be Brutal! […]

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Mindfulness and Awareness

Living in the Now: A Poem titled “Grammar”

Following poem entitled “Grammar” on how to live life for your reading pleasure: Live in the active voice, rather than the passive.Think more about what you happen than what ishappening to you. Live in the indicative mood, rather than in the subjunctive.Be concerned with things as they are, rather than as theymight be Live in […]

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Personal Effectiveness

The Three Little Pigs: What Are We Building?

Many of you have heard of the story of the 3 little pigs who decided one day that they should each build a house to protect themselves from the big bad wolf. The 1st pig built the house made of straw, the 2nd pig built a house made of twigs & the 3rd pig built […]

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Clarity Healing & Well-being

Shadows, Fears & Pain…

What are “Shadow, Fears & Pain” and how do we cope with them? Before coping with them, we must know how they originate, where they reside & their likely impact on us.

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Personal Effectiveness

Desiderata

I first chanced upon the poem, “Desiderata” by Max Ehrmann written in 1927, some thirty years ago. Whether it was thirty years ago or now, the poem still has an enticing & calming effect on me.