“First there is just one lily pad in a corner of the pond. But every day the number of lily pads doubles. It takes 30 days to fill the pond, but for the first 28 days, no one even notices. Suddenly, on the 29th day, the pond is half full of lily pads and the… Read more
Keep letting go until you feel free, light, and happy. It’s difficult if you aren’t there yet. But as you let more things go, it becomes easier to let more things go. I’m not talking about wealth or objects of desire.. I’m talking about the dead weight.. the demons.. the bad people.. the bad… Read more
Some of you asked, what my “journey” has done so far for me: (http://mayur.ca/the-power-of-your-own-thought/) First a little back story… It actually all started in looking for joy. I realized a few months back, things have been way out of balance for far too long. Taking care of mom/dad the last 10 years. Dad… Read more
The last few months..my journey.. maybe it helps you Step 1: Get to the point where you DO NOT care what ANYONE thinks..like anyone.. like i mean.. anyone at all.. ever.. get to that point.. Step 2: Get to the realization that NOTHING in your current environment matters.. not TRUMP.. not the economy.. not your… Read more
Breathe in, breathe out. 20,000 times a day on average. It’s a metaphor for your life. When you are young and ambitious, you breathe in by getting money, sex, people, children, possesions, profit, and experiences. When you are old, you breathe out by giving everything away – your daughter to a husband, your home for… Read more
Delighted to announce the site launch of http://MakeupInSession.com/ by Sana Nurani of Makeup in Session! #makeupwebsites #webdesign. The site features a custom Wordress installation, custom post types for her Beauty Secrets and Favorite Beauty products, and a beautiful Work Portfolio! — with Sana Nurani.
Beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful http://vimeo.com/108650530 “For all its material advantages, the sedentary life has left us edgy, unfulfilled. Even after 400 generations in villages and cities, we haven’t forgotten. The open road still softly calls, like a nearly forgotten song of childhood. We invest far-off places with a certain romance. This appeal, I suspect,… Read more