“In the contemplation of what you desire you create what it is that you want to have for yourself.” – Wayne Dyer Are we the string of thoughts we think? Observe for a moment as you read this. Sit there for a moment and feel. What do you feel? Is it satisfaction? Is it happiness? Or opposite of that? Is it a sense of foreboding. Fear perhaps? Discontent? Step back now, after you answer the question. Mindfulness is awareness. It is the ability to distinguish our experience. Are we…
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We are all born unique. Each person we meet have differing personalities and varying likes and dislikes. Even in the midst of being raised in the same environments and genetically alike such as the case for identical twins — we still develop very different personalities. Perhaps our personality comes from our soul? Is it any wonder that each one of us show and perceive love differently?
We work hard to earn our money so we definitely deserve to spend it whichever way we want right? Perhaps, but we should think ahead and learn to become smart spenders of our money. We learn how to be a smart spenders in order to keep more of the money we earn. When we become smart spenders we are able to keep more of what we earn so we can save for rainy days, invest in stocks, or have enough to pay our expenses such us our mortgage.
“The Beggar and the Diamond” is a story by one of my all-time favorite authors Stephen King from his book Nightmares and Dreamscapes. The story was adapted from a Hindu parable. Author’s notes: This little story — a Hindu parable in its original form —was first told to me by Mr. Surendra Patel, of Scarsdale, New York. I have adapted it freely and apologize to those who know it in its true form, where Lord Shiva and his wife, Parvati, are the major characters.