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Quotes on LOVE


. “Love seeks one thing only: the good of the one loved. . . . To love another is to will what is really good for him [or her]. A love that . . . loves blindly merely for the … Continue reading

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Back to back to face to face


Originally posted on Monkeytraps:
In session, with a couple.  He does not want to be here. But she’ll end the marriage unless he comes. I ask questions, make little jokes, try to engage him.  But it’s slow going until he…

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Fixed-Mindset versus Growth-Mindset: What Mindset Do You Actually Have? Which Mindset Are You Encouraging and Reinforcing in Your Children?

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Originally posted on The Critical Thinking & Examined Life Blog:
? It seems fairly self-evident that the more we ourselves can develop a growth-mindset, the mentally healthier and happier we will be. It also seems self-evident that the more we…

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Treasures


Originally posted on Dr Bill Wooten:
“When we count our many blessings; it isn’t hard to see that life’s most valued treasures are the treasures that are free. For it isn’t what we own or buy that signifies our wealth.…

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The Problem with Thanksgiving (or “Why Every Day Should Be Thanksgiving”)


Originally posted on What Is Real True Love?:
. (from Gina @ http://professionsforpeace.com/2012/11/22/pause-for-a-moment-to-give-thanks/) First off, this will not be a curmudgeonly tough-minded rant where I rage rage against how commercialize things are at this time of year and how “Black Friday” is starting earlier…

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Reblog: “My Husband Is Not My Soul Mate”


Originally posted on The Art in Life:
It might seem odd that on this, our one-year anniversary, I am beginning a post with the declaration that my husband is not my soul mate. But he isn’t. I wouldn’t want to…

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Loving The Best and the Worst


Originally posted on Creo en Dios!:
My friend Rachel Maizes wrote a beautiful piece in the New York Times this past week about her relationship with her dog. I’m clearly not the only one who was moved by Rachel’s sharing;…

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The Adventures of Life


Originally posted on appliedalliance:
The adventure of life is to learn. The purpose of life is to grow. The nature of life is to change. The challenge of life is to overcome. The essence of life is to care. The…

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Distraction & Love


David Kanigan, over at Lead.Learn.Live, this morning posted this excerpt from a book by Tony Schwartz .  I read it and commented.  I’m reposting my commenting here as well, because it goes to the heart of what I write about on … Continue reading

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Four Brief Piece of Advice — for People Everywhere


Originally posted on Full Catastrophe Living and Loving:
. 1. If I had one piece of advice for people everywhere, it would be this: think critically more often.  Try to spend some time every day thinking critically, examining yourself, your…

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