Whatever you believe, know that no one else believes everything quite the same as you...and thus you need to leave room to grow and develop a soft enough attitude as to not exclude from your life many who know more than you.
"A Day Made of Glass" created in 2012 takes a look at Corning's vision for the future with specialty glass at its heart. Ever wonder why HP, Dell and other leading computer manufacturers believe the end of computers as we know them is near? It's not the iPad that concerns them, it’s developments like these. Check it out! [youtube:=6Cf7IL_eZ38#t=14]
Over and over again repeat your mantra and you will feel power restored in a moment or so after you are able to center your mind and give up on life as it is now.
A clip from Dr. Phil’s popular talk show highlights life with a narcisstic woman who sees nothing wrong with her take on life. What do you think? Do they live their lives in a fantasy bubble? When they become parents they destroy children for life? Perhaps this woman’s behavior is just a play for attention, after all she is on TV!
Columns of people line up daily to get to an office where they will file away many hours--doing what? If you play more than you pray or work every day, you can count on being let go from your usual work at a time when you will feel it most badly.
Bravo!! Encore performance by Brene Brown who studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny TEDxHouston talk she shares deep insights from her research and what sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as understand humanity. "Those people who have a strong sense of belonging believe they are worthy of love and belonging." A talk to share.
Could you give away half of your salary to another and not regret doing that? If not, do not get married!
Only the lonely know who they need in their lives? The lonely have as many others as you do now, but do not wish to make the effort to extend credit and accept others for who they are.
This is the very young harpist, Alisa Sadikova playing "The Fountain" by Marcel Lucien Grandjany on the harp at the Rimsky-Korsakov Saint Petersburg State Conservatory Music School in Russia, two years ago.
In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized above all else, it isn't easy being an introvert. Susan Cain argues that introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world and should be encouraged and celebrated. "When psychologists look at the lives of the most creative people, what they find is they are very good at advancing and exchanging ideas, but they also have a serious streak of introversion in them. This is because solitude is a crucial ingredient to creativity."