November 4, 2012

“In times like these, it helps to recall that there have always been times like these.”
— Paul Harvey, broadcaster

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October 18. 2012

…if two people are going to enjoy a relationship, any kind of relationship – friends, lovers, husband and wife,
Father and son or daughter, mother and son or daughter, siblings, people in the workplace – both parties must be responsible. And this responsibility includes the understanding of what is required for a quality bonding and then responding fully to those needs. Yet this is to be done without violating free will and by not taking away the opportunity for the other person to grow physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. For now, let’s remember that each on of us came in with a soul assignment, and we must not take the other person’s place in the School of Life and try to master the lesson for him or her. To take on another’s tests under your name is cosmic cheating …

…we can understand the significance of “responsibility” – the quality of being responsible without meddling so that we can focus on giving that which is needed. But all we really have to give anyone are the fruits of our own consciousness, which means that once again, the starting point in any right and loving relationship is the individual you see in the mirror.
First of all, we cannot truly love another person if we do not love ourselves…

From The Angels Within Us by John Randolph Price

Note from Kaś: While it is important to keep positive relationships with those we romantically love, most of us tend to forget we have a “relationship” with everyone around us. Let me know if you are interested in a conversation about these ideas regarding those non-romantic relationship that cause drama in your life.

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September 17, 2012

“Develop a hard-core devotion to a better you. The extra mile is what separates you from average.”

Mia McLeod, McLeod & Associates, Real Estate and Mortgage

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September 10, 2012

“Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become.”
— Jim Rohn, Author
Here I am in Connecticut. I have time to read some good, juicy stuff.
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May 7, 2012

The mind lures us into (this) behavior pattern by telling us that the more we want, the more we’ll get, and the more we get, the happier we’ll be. The truth is that the more we want now, the more we’ll want in the future. Human beings are creatures of habit. The more we behave a certain way today, the more we’ll behave that way in the future. So if we water the seeds of desire now, we won’t magically just wake up at some point and say, “Wow! Look at that. I suddenly have fewer desires.” In reality, the amount we water the seeds of desire today will dictate how much larger and thirstier the plants of desire will be tomorrow.


by Brent Kessel

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April 25, 2012

Thanks, Albert

Three Kernels of Corn Parable
By: Author Unknown
Three young men were once given three kernels of corn apiece by a wise old sage, who admonished them to go out into the world, and use the corn to bring themselves good fortune.
The first young man put his three kernels of corn into a bowl of hot broth and ate them.
The second thought, I can do better than that, and he planted his three kernels of corn. Within a few months, he had three stalks of corn.
He took the ears of corn from the stalks, boiled them, and had enough corn for three meals.
The third man said to himself, I can do better than that! He also planted his three kernels of corn, but when his three stalks of corn produced, he stripped one of the stalks and replanted all of the seeds in it, gave the second stalk of corn to a sweet maiden, and ate the third.
His one full stalk’s worth of replanted corn kernels gave him 200 stalks of corn!
And the kernels of these he continued to replant, setting aside only a bare minimum to eat. He eventually planted a hundred acres of corn. With his fortune, he not only won the hand of the sweet maiden but purchased the land owned by the sweet maiden’s father.
And he never hungered again.
The more you give, the more you get.
Respectfully submitted by
Albert Grande
What You Think Becomes Realtiy
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Albert Grande, Grande Publishing, 600 Queen Street, Suite 2406, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

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March 26, 2012

“The will to win means nothing if you haven’t the will to prepare.”

Juma Ikangaa, marathon runner from Tanzania who won eight world class marathons from 1982 to 1995.


Thanks to D. Joe Atchison of Sunbelt Brokers

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March 24, 2012

Have you noticed how upset we get because things change?  As human
beings we act like life should always be predictable.  And yet we
know it isn’t.  One of the reasons we get jarred by change is
because we are creatures of habit. Another is that we are emotional
human beings. As logical as we can be at times, it’s the feelings
associated with change that we tend to overlook. And it is these
feelings that create the upsets and/or disorientation we sometimes
feel during change.

In addition, there are three other major factors that enter into
the way we deal with change. The first is Personality Filter, the
second is where we are on the Levels of Awareness and the third is
whether or not we have consciously chosen the change we are

How do you generally react to change? On the spectrum of actively
seeking change to actively avoiding it, where do you fall? How do
you manage your feelings about change, especially if the change is
not one you chose?

Today notice how much of life is in the process of change and be
grateful for the ever-unfolding life that it represents.

Dr. Robert Anthony

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March 22, 2012

The Archbishop of Canterbury once said, “It is a great mistake to suppose that God is only concerned with religion.”

The same truth also applies to faith. The general belief that faith is something that has only to do with one’s religious experiences is incorrect. Faith is a mind power, and you are using it all the time. It consistently affects your health, wealth and happiness – not just in Sundays but seven days a week.

Anything you have faith in can become a result in your life. Mighty results may be attained through exercising even a small amount of faith.

William James in describing the power of faith has on your health said, “Faith  is the habitual center of man’s personal energies.”

from: The Healing Secrets of the Ages byCatherine Ponder

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March 21, 2012

“When you have to make a choice and don’t make it, that is in itself a choice.”
— William James, Psychologist

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