Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Deep Work

All along the road of The Fine Art there will be pit stops, pull outs if you will. Not places to get down in the mullygrubs, just places to pause. Why are they there? Why, to check that the baggage … Continue reading

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Your Heart’s Desire

What is your Heart’s Desire? Really? That secret little thing you keep hidden even from yourself most of the time? I hope you realize that the longer you keep this Desire hidden in favor of doing “something else” the longer … Continue reading

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The Revenge of Titchy Sue

I guess I’ve been amping my feel-good too high lately. I awoke this morning with a malady I’ve been trying hard all day to deny: a bad attack of Titchy Sue. Who, you may ask, is Titchy Sue? I’m sure … Continue reading

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More on The Fine Art of Being Happy

With every step you take, ask yourself “Does this feel good?” If not, check to see if you’ve lost focus, if you’re trying to “make it happen” (in which case you’re doing someone else’s job, namely the Universe’s & doing … Continue reading

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The Fine Art of Being Happy No Matter What

You can be & are far more than you’ve ever dared to dream. Sometimes we dream so small we may as well not dream at all. Why? We don’t want to scare ourselves. Or be disappointed. So we play it … Continue reading

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Juice Is An Inside Job

Pick up any pop magazine and without fail you’l find at least one article on relationships and how to spice, slice, dice, blend, whirl and juice ’em. Not very creative, the headlines draw eager readers in with some variant of … Continue reading

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