Monthly Archives: February 2012

Your Punctures on the Road to Success

Why the quick-fix approach to problem solving will leave your life in tatters. A teaching from Hang Sen – By Grant Storey “Why do things keep going wrong?” I asked the old man in exasperation. “Why is it that as … Continue reading

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Non-Doing in Action

Non-doing can arise within action as well as stillness. The inward stillness of the doer merges with the outward activity to such an extent that the action does itself. Effortless activity.Nothing is forced.There is no intention of the will, no … Continue reading

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Olympic Sized Pity Pool

OLYMPIC SIZED PITY POOL By Miles Patrick Yohnke. An old Cherokee Indian Grandfather was teaching his grandson about life. “Inside each one of us there are two wolves constantly fighting,” he said. “One of the wolves is positive and is … Continue reading

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