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Navjit Kandola
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What are your first world problems? Do you judge yourself for them? Me? Here's what I think. Let me know your thoughts!

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Lee Scratch Perry says he is a fish. He says he is an alien. He says eat ganja curry... have a listen to this fav interview.

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I’ve only begun experimenting with this process and don’t even know if there is an actual name for it, but I wanted to share it with you because it has had such a positive effect on me.

Want to give it a try?

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What’s your bedtime routine? Do you floss? Do you shower or bathe? How do you relax before going to sleep?

We all have evening rituals that prepare our bodies for a night of slumber, but do you take the time to help your mind wind down before your head hits the pillow? Here are a few things you can do for your consciousness to bring on deep, delicious sleep every night. 

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Political discussions heaped with sarcasm at the dinner table. Petty squabbles that bring childhood rivalries and resentments back as if they’d happened just yesterday and not decades in the distant past. Misunderstandings, mistakes and mistletoe. Innocent words getting lost in translation. Have you experienced any of these during the holidays, or even in the build up to the holidays? What do you do? Here are some simple, effective ways to get through the holiday season calmly!

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There are many suffering right now: whether in Syria, France, Beirut, or Afghanistan.

Those displaced by war, famine and climate change.

Families seeking shelter and food.  Hungry children.

We must not shield our hearts from this knowledge. We need to inquire purposefully into the cycles of destruction and violence, so the endless play of victim and victimizer can finally cease.

It doesn’t take much investigation to find that destruction and violence are as old as our origins, but that is only one part of the story.

If we look deeper still, we can clearly see that we would not have survived had we not cooperated, collaborated and cared for one another. Compassion, love, and kindness are part of our evolutionary success story.

I think our continued success depends on further nourishing these traits. When we take care to develop them, we begin to see the interconnectedness of all life; that everything is sacred. That child. That lion cub. That forest. That body. That mind. All of it is sacred.
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