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Integrity – Internal Grit

Is it cheating if everyone is doing it?  Is fairness just a level playing field?  Are the win and profit at all costs mentality exemplified by the BioGenesis 13 and Johnny Football our new standard? In the past few weeks

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Yoga for coders

I like this article and it applies to everyone not just coders article on Fast Company site Particularly the comment that our minds lie but our body never lies. The tension we hold, the way we hold our breath, the

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Practice Quote of the Day

“Practice means to perform, over and over again in the face of all obstacles, some act of vision, of faith, of desire. Practice is a means of inviting the perfection desired.”  Martha Graham I like the idea that we are

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“Enjoy your achievements as well as your Plans”

“Do not distress yourself with imaginings”, “whether it is clear to you or not, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should”  Thanks Max. For a little comic relief, here is the National Lampoon version from 1962.

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People will Come!

People will most definitely come. You put your dream out there! You trust it even when there are naysayers and bill collectors. Prepare your inner intention, line up your outer action and people will come! I have been seeing this

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Day Seven – Chakras and Productivity

The Seventh Chakra, called Sahasrara, is the 1,000 petal lotus at the crown of the head.  This is the area of true inspiration and purpose.  Some would call it our connection to the divine.  Maybe Plato would have called it

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Is your Work a Well Fare?

Your work is to find out what your work should be and not to neglect it for another’s. Clearly discover your work and attend to it with all your heart. (Dhammapada, v. 166) I found this Buddha quote in a

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