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“Do Less, Get More” by Shaa Wasmund

When we take a closer look we begin to see and understand the true consequences of our constant ‘busyness’. Are we genuinely enjoying our lives, doing what we love and being with the people who matter? Or are we rushing … Continue reading

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“Real Happiness” by Sharon Salzberg: Part Two

Not paying attention keeps us in an endless cycle of wanting. We move on to the next thing because we aren’t really taking in what we already have; inattention creates an escalating need for stimulation. Everything goes away. Every sensation, … Continue reading

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“The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo: Part Two

Mementos are reminders of a time when these items gave us joy. Truly precious memories will never vanish even if you discard the objects associated with them. When you think about your future, is it worth keeping mementos of things … Continue reading

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“The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo: Part One

When you put your house in order, you put you affairs and your past in order, too. As a result, you can see quite clearly what you need in life and what you don’t, and what you should and shouldn’t … Continue reading

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“The Richest Man in Babylon” by George Clason

How do we define “riches?” Learning was of two kinds: the one being the things we learned and know and the other being in the training that taught us how to find out what we did not know. You first … Continue reading

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“Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill

I read this book after it was mentioned in “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”. The following excerpts identify some major inspirations for beginning the project “My Pursuit of Thought”. Originally, I thought that this book overall was dated in its advice. … Continue reading

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