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Zero sum thinking

In a recent blog I wrote about Zero Sum thinking.  Briefly stated zero sum thinking is that if you win, I must lose. Think, Believe, Receive My first published book was called Think, Believe, Receive.  Since the time I wrote it I have updated the book and added a new title; Think, Believe, Receive 2.0. …

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The greatest poverty

What is the greatest poverty?  Is it lack of money?  Is it substandard housing?  My thought is that the greatest poverty is lack of imagination. Imagination=Poverty If you have traveled this world, even our country, you know there are many people living at economic levels that would suggest poverty, yet they are happy.  Clearly then, …

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Pessimism and fatigue

Pessimism, the inclination to expect the worst, can not only make you a bummer at parties, it can keep you from having enough energy to even go to the party. A terrible spiral When everything around you seems to be going in the toilet, and you cannot see things changing, your body responds by powering-down. …

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An example to the world

When it comes right down to it, most of us do not think we are an example to the world.  We probably don’t even think we are an example to our neighborhood.  But you are! How you shine. It doesn’t matter how many people you actually meet each day.  You may meet dozens, or hundreds, …

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The Promised Land

What is the promised land for you?  Is it something that comes after you leave this level of being?  Is it that beautiful house on the hill?  Perhaps you see it as being the achievement of some long sought-after goal.  Yes, these are all examples of the promised land. How to reach your promised land. …

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How’s your money?

How is your money?  This is a really important question, especially at this time of year.  We want to give, we want to gift, and the invitation to spend money gets stronger and clearer every day.  That’s why this is a great time to ask “How’s my money?” How we look at our money is …

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Prejudice

In the simplest terms, prejudice is simply an unexamined belief upon which we act.  Prejudice can take the form of disliking someone for their race, religion, gender, sexual preference, body type, just about anything at all.  Discounting another person for any reason based upon prejudice is detrimental to our own well-being. When we choose to …

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Energy meets energy

I have often made a point in these blogs that we are energy, each of us is energy.  To underscore this idea and perhaps make it a little easier to make part of your life, here is another example of this fact;   You walk into a room feeling just a little off, not necessarily …

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I will be happy when…

The rage we see displayed through the media today; the rage from people of all walks of life makes me think of this simple phrase: I will be happy when…  when what?  When all the Jews are gone?  Then who will we turn on.  When all the people of color are gone?  Then who will …

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Pop Physchology

The ideas I write about are, for the most part, what is sometimes dismissed as Pop Physchology.  Sometimes I hear people deriding this way of thinking as shallow, simple and child-like.  You know, I am good with that, because the truth is, these ideas are simple and childlike, but they are far from simple!  Who …

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