Harib Shaqsy

Creating a Conscious Self-Image

[ad_1] Who we are seems to be the most important issue in our life. Our personality is how the world knows us. It was created from the habits we learned beginning as a very young child. We developed those habits by the way people related to us, especially the significant people in our family. Also, the ... [ad_2] Source link

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Improve Overall Well-Being Through Love

[ad_1] In looking forward to 2016, I believe our intentions should have to do with altering the lens through which we view our life and ourselves. It is so important to experience and view life through the eyes of love and not fear. It is equally as important to see yourself through the lens of love ... [ad_2] Source link

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Your Name is Holy! (Apr 27th)

[ad_1] Let them praise your great and awesome name. Your name is holy! Mighty King, lover of justice, you have established fairness. You have acted with justice and righteousness. — Psalm 99:3-4Devotional provided by Heartlight®© 1996-2016. All rights reserved. [ad_2] Source link

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Planting Seeds: The Way of the Compassionate Writer

[ad_1] By Eleyne-Mari Austen Sharp Average: Your rating: None Average: 5 (1 vote) I was in the first grade in Anchorage, Alaska when I planted my first seed. Our teacher had the class plant flowers in eggshells and I remember how fearful I was of breaking the delicate white casing before I even had my seeds planted. 

Teacher stored our humble creations in modest egg cartons on a windowsill, assuring us that after a few weeks of watering, our little seeds would sprout to become a huge bouquet of bright tangerine flowers. All we needed was patience. And you know what? It worked! 

 Today I am planting another seed. It’s not a flower or herb but a word–and it...

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Manners Matter 14

[ad_1] Manners at the Airport and at 25,000 Feet By Ron Ross “Hi there!” a pretty lady said to me with a big smile, “I’m Julie and I am going to be your BFF for the next two hours!” We were flying from Denver to Chicago on a direct flight. I had the aisle seat and she was stuck in the center seat ... [ad_2] Source link

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Does Everything Happen for a Reason?

[ad_1] Aloha! Those who identify as being on a spiritual path most frequently embrace the concept that yes, everything happens for a reason. True, however what’s often left out of that paradigm is that it doesn’t mean every single occurrence holds a deep meaning. Sometimes the reason is simply that ... [ad_2] Source link

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8 Strategies To Deal With Difficult People At Work

[ad_1] “When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion”. Dale Carnegie Imagine … You work in a place where everyone is super-nice. No one ever gets on your nerves. No one ever frustrates you. You don’t find anyone annoying or frustrating. ... [ad_2] Source link

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4 Techniques to Bust Your Fears NOW!

[ad_1] Fears well up from many different causes. You may worry about losing your job or feel terror about delivering a presentation in front of an audience. Or you could be panicking about how you’re going to pay your bills or about challenges in your relationship or your health. Or maybe you’re in a ... [ad_2] Source link

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Manners Matter 13

[ad_1] Conversational Manners By Ron Ross Good conversations are fun to be a part of – unless someone is rude. Bad manners in conversation will stifle communication and short-circuit camaraderie. Here are a few simple guidelines for mutually satisfying conversations: Share the floor. To talk ... [ad_2] Source link

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