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Marcello Cicchini
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Carrying on our story

Personal stories come from someone’s past. They don’t necessarily have to be true, they can be fiction. Books are full of stories.
Actually, I believe that every story from our past, becomes more and more a fiction story if we insist to make it our own identity. I know for a fact that the only truth resides in the story line we’re “typing” right now.
We can read or write stories about anything is moving around us. We can describe the life of an insect from our point of view. We can tell the story of one day in our lives, 20 years ago when something remarkable happened, for instance.

https://www.thedigitalstylecloud.com/2017/05/25/carrying-on-our-story/

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Carrying on our story. Personal stories come from someone’s past. They don’t necessarily have to be true, they can be fiction. Books are full of stories. Image: Marcello Cicchini’s Art Actually, I believe that every story from our past, becomes more and…

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How many times did your child try? https://www.thedigitalstylecloud.com/2017/05/24/how-many-times-did-your-child-try/
I was listening to Tony Robbins time ago and he gave this example about “when to quit” that literally left me thinking.

As a parent, how many times did you let your child try to learn how to walk until you said: “Ok, now you tried too many times… it’s obvious that walking is not for you”?

Even if you don’t have kids, you’ve figured where all this goes.
Now many times have you tried?
In any area where you dream to be fulfilled, how many times you need to try in order to succeed?

How many different approaches, now many different plans need to be implemented?

I read something days ago: “A winner is a loser that tried one more time…”

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How many times did your child try? I was listening to Tony Robbins time ago and he gave this example about “when to quit” that literally left me thinking.   As a parent, how many times did you let your child try to learn how to walk until you said: “Ok,…

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We float between two worlds https://www.thedigitalstylecloud.com/2017/05/22/we-float-between-two-worlds/ via @artintheeyes
We’re floating on the surface of two different worlds; the world we see and the world underneath. The material world, the world we see, and the spiritual world, which we cannot see, but we can sense.
The water line that separates the two environments is never completely leveled. Weather affects this surface that moves constantly, and it moves everything that floats on it.
These two different environments have two different densities, and because of this difference of density, there’s a neat separation between them.

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We float between two worlds A Boat floats between two worlds. The world we see, very volatile, and the world underneath. The surface moves as emotions inside a leaving being. Its “shell” has to disintegrate, it has to fracture and then, What remains sinks…

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The Meaning of Desire, according to Marcello Cicchini
http://www.thedigitalstylecloud.com/2017/05/20/the-meaning-of-desire-according-to-marcello-cicchini/

Desire is an amazing force. Desire by itself is considered by many (including me) as something to get rid of (indirectly) as soon as possible, if not sooner… What I mean by “getting rid of (indirectly) as soon as possible” is that we focus most of the time on the subject to pursue. The desire force is there, but we focus on the fact that we’re incomplete without the thing we want. So, the desire ends when we get what we desire. Many of us do it unconsciously… In other words, feeling desire implies that you're not getting yet what you want and in those terms we want if to end. The only difference between each people is in the intensity of the pain that this inflicts. Focusing on the missing thing in our lives, especially when we compare ourselves with other people that already have what we want, can be very painful. Mostly if we that we’re not worthy enough.

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The Meaning of Desire, according to Marcello Cicchini   Desire is an amazing force. Desire by itself is considered by many (including me) as something to get rid of (indirectly) as soon as possible, if not sooner… What I mean by “getting rid of…

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How to lose weight fast following your best interest in food consumption http://www.themarcello.com/2017/05/19/how-to-lose-weight-fast-following-your-best-interest-in-food-consumption/
“Why do you need these sweet cookies after dinner?” This is what I asked myself a few weeks ago while, impulsively, I walked towards the vending machine at work and pull out some sweet stuff.
“Aren’t you full already?” And that was my second question… “Do you really need sugar now?”

I went on and on, asking myself questions around the word “why”. The answer was always that I really don’t need cookies.

Since then, it was very easy to answer the truth to myself and so, losing desire for sweet stuff.

The truth was (and is) lots of water is retained in our bodies when our diet is rich of sugars and starches.

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Working knowledge and focused knowledge http://www.thedigitalstylecloud.com/2017/05/18/working-knowledge-and-focused-knowledge/
The importance of knowing what we want is the foundation of any action and strategies you might take. It is far more important than the tools and education you need to get there easier.
Let’s ask to any “successful” person if any or their achievements were reached just randomly… Surely they will tell us that they know what they wanted, how they wanted, how they would want to feel and why they wanted it.
Let’s ask now to ourselves if our successes were achieved just by coincidence. I bet you’ll remember some of your small or big achievements, no matter what area, that every time you got something significant, was because it was dreamed, planed, designed, nurtured, wished, imagined and seen before it manifested.
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