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"There’s something so freeing about giving a person the benefit of the doubt and coming up with possible reasons for their behavior that go beyond the obvious. It feels so good to operate this way. If you’d like to try, here’s what I’ve discovered so far: Always skip over your first reaction and look for something deeper. If someone is tailgating you and you start to feel angry, skip the “That jerk!” response and try imagining what could be going on in their lives." ~Jen Picicci
Judgments are assumptions, not truths. Being judgmental doesn’t feel good, but being curious certainly does, and it's a lot more compassionate.
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I love this! Seeking safety in a person doesn't get you anywhere. It takes time to learn this. Just ride.

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20 HABITS OF A BILLIONAIRE
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Heavy, but so much technology!
 
Porsche’s $1 Million 918 Spyder Hybrid Is Selling Extremely Fast Thanks to Strong North American Demand

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"If you’re going to doubt something, doubt your own limits." ~Don Ward
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Just as heat dispels cold, loving-kindness counters anger. We need to learn how to counter our various emotions. Distraction is just a temporary measure. The longer lasting remedy is to be able to see positive qualities in something or someone you otherwise see as negative. Since there is rarely any justification for destructive emotions, we need to become aware of what gives rise to them and what the antidotes are.
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"Worry looks around, fear looks back, faith looks up, guilt looks down, but I look forward." ~Unknown
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"Have you ever had an argument with someone so frustrating you want to smash your head on the wall? Other people’s biases are always ripe for judgment, but rarely do we afford ourselves with the same pleasure. The brain is biased toward protecting our own beliefs and avoiding contradictory information. If you beliefs are like a house, you must support your structure. You can’t go digging around the foundation looking for inconsistencies or contradictory beliefs. We have a vested interest in ignorance, which makes us naturally resistant to seeing our mistakes. Instead, we often try to justify our decisions and prove to others they are wrong." ~Sean Sergio
Today we’re going to look at four mistakes we make in our daily living. These are wired into our brain; if you look hard enough you’ll see them everywhere.
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Happy Veterans Day! Thank you to all of those who serve and have served, and all the wonderful friends I can call family around the world! What you do is not forgotten! "Dignity is an essential to human life. The stubborn retention of it, even in the face of extreme physical hardship, can hold a man's soul in his body long past the point at which the body should have surrendered it."
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In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing; the worst thing you can do is nothing. 
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