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Don't believe your eyes: These two blocks are the SAME shade of grey
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It's hard to comprehend, but even though our eyes tell us that one block is darker and the other is lighter, we shouldn't believe them.
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An apple can keep you fit..
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The Patient Sighs Of The Sea Siphoned Her Away

I tried my best to stand still for this #longexposurephotography  shot (193 seconds, to be exact) as the tide came in and went out again and again, pulling the sand right out from under my feet. I love the way the light shines right through my body in places. That glow on the water comes from the lights on the topside of the pier. Click to lightbox if you have a minute - the impact is greater at the larger size. Long exposure is pretty awesome. :)
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syngenesophobia – fear of relatives..........
 
Can You Name Your Fears?

Do you suffer from alliumphobia? Or syngenesophobia? Any cases of hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia out there? What about porphyrophobia? Do you even know what these phobias are? I certainly didn’t until I looked them up. (See below for the answers.)

It's amazing all of the things we can find to be afraid of. Mind you, I work with people every day who have legitimate fears about real issues and tangible things, and that’s not what I’m talking about here. Instead, I’m talking about how we as a society have become fearful of almost everything.

The truth is that often what we think we’re afraid of is not the actual thing that we're really afraid of.  The fears we each have separate us from the things we really want -- especially when it comes to relationships. The first step toward letting go of our fears is being able to name what we’re truly afraid of. Only then we can start to deal with the true source of our fear and begin to remove it from being the obstacle to pursuing what we want.

So what are you afraid of? If you’re feeling brave, post it here. If not, that’s okay. Either way, let’s name our fears and no longer allow them to be a barrier to love.

alliumphobia – fear of garlic
syngenesophobia – fear of relatives
hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia – fear of long words
porphyrophobia – fear of the color purple

#faceyourfears   #relationshipadvice   #kurtstips  
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Bitter Truth........
 
I wonder if she truly lived by her own rules, but I think she was onto something...
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Psychedelic creations where paint and ink meets water http://ow.ly/10aiTs
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Why We All Need to Learn to 'Shake It Off'

Taylor Swift’s latest hit has a catchy tune and a great message. In the lyrics to “Shake It Off,” Swift addresses head on all the rumors and talk that goes on about her. She acknowledges that no matter what she does, people will keep talking. But the best part is her response – rather than let it affect her, she chooses to just ‘shake it off.’

Unfortunately, in this life, people will say hurtful things about us and to us. They may be jealous or angry or depressed. Regardless, their unkind words are about their issues, not ours. It’s hard to hear these things and not react. But reacting only makes our own pain worse.

So I’d have to agree with Ms. Swift on this one. We don't need to let someone else’s issues become ours. We can’t control what other people say, but we have total control over how we respond and can just learn to 'shake it off.'

#shakeitoff   #myreality   #kurtstips  
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Falling In Love Requires Finding Someone With Our Kind of Weird

I’ve always been a fan of Dr. Seuss. He truly had a gift for doling out wisdom in a weird, wacky, and wonderful way. And he nailed it once again with this quote.

All of us have our own quirks. The key to falling in love is to find someone else who embraces our weirdness and brings along their own oddities that match up well with ours. As Dr. Seuss so eloquently put it, we “fall in mutual weirdness,” which is a great foundation for building intimacy in a relationship. Dr. Phil and Dr. Laura might use more formal language to describe the process, but the truth is the truth about love (and it's a little weird).

As Swiss-British writer and philosopher Alain de Botton said, “Intimacy is the capacity to be rather weird with someone – and finding that that’s ok with them.” Maybe de Botton developed some of his life philosophy after a careful study of Dr. Seuss’ writings.

So my hope for all of us today is that we find someone with the right kind of weirdness for us. If you're currently in a relationship, then take some time to celebrate each of your compatible peculiarities. And if you’re still looking for love, be willing to embrace the idiosyncrasies of a future partner. Let's face it, there's something a little weird about love anyway.

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