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Jack Johnson
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Geek, photographer, aspiring human being.
Geek, photographer, aspiring human being.

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama enjoying a piece of cake with local religious leaders during celebrations honoring his 81st birthday at Drepung Monastery in Mundgod, Karnataka, India on July 6, 2016. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)
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The essence of mindfulness 
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It's Called Faith!

'The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or hostile universe' - Albert Einstein

If we can imagine something, it seems possible.

If we can't, it seems impossible!

However ...

Potential reveals itself to us as new possibilities

We can't predict exactly what possibilities will come our way once we start a course of action

But we can likely expect that opportunities will emerge, which simply can't be seen (yet)

Guidance often shows up “just in time”, gently unfolding a path in front of our feet. 

But because we can't see it until it's there, most people have never learned to trust in it.

So ...

You don't wait until you're “ready” to get into action

You don't need to see a path from here to there before you start

You don't use how possible something looks as a decision criteria for whether or not to pursue it

Instead ...

You know that once you're in action, you'll likely be assisted by a “just in time” guidance system.

You simply need to stay responsive to new opportunities and possibilities for action as they arise!

Bottom Line: Believe you will either find or make a way!

“You enter the forest
at the darkest point,
where there is no path.

Where there is a way or path,
it is someone else's path.

You are not on your own path.

If you follow someone else's way,
you are not going to realize your potential.”

Joseph Campbell

#wednesdaywisdom   #believeinyourself   #faith  
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We need to employ a secular approach to ethics, secular in the Indian sense of respecting all religious traditions and even the views of non-believers in an unbiased way. Secular ethics rooted in scientific findings, common experience and common sense can easily be introduced into the secular education system. If we can do that there is a real prospect of making this 21st century an era of peace and compassion.

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Looks like we get another chance to watch "The Tapping Solution" for free! :)

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Many more domains to be offered - time to let go of the domains I'll just never use! :)

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First of many domains to be offered - time to let go of the domains I'll just never use! :)
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