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brave caring

This is a story about courage and care. The Courage comes from Guzal, just 15 months, and her mom who has done the impossible. Born in Russia, little Guzal has Hemangioma, an enormous buildup of blood vessels in the skin and internal organs that has affected her heart and could cause complete loss of vision in the left eye. With proper treatment, Guzal could recover, but in Russia, treatment methods for Hemangioma are at least 30 years old.

And this is where Care takes over. First, an amazing U.S. surgeon, Dr. Gregory Levitin, agreed to do Guzal’s surgery ...

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assertive perception personality

A story told by a standout high school teacher in the great state of Maine. One of his students claimed she couldn't finish her homework assignment because there was a thunderstorm and she'd "lost her power". True to form, Mr. V. retorted: "Oh, no, don't be mistaken. You may have lost electricity, but NO ONE can take away your power!" 

Each person, we agreed, has an internal source, a place from which they can draw the energy they need to confront any situation, overcome any obstacle. It's easy to find an excuse, even a good ...

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awareness creative honesty

In a task-oriented world, take this as a task:

Do nothing.

Does this scare you? Do you understand the concept?

By "do nothing", we don't mean "avoid work" or "watch TV" or "go for a long drive". The intent here is to sit in a quiet place and allow your mind to wander. Work toward nothing. Be free of obligation. Notice what pops up, but do not judge. Let it be what it is and freely move to the next thing, whether it's related to the previous thought or not. Don't judge, just realize, appreciate and move ...

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awareness gain self-knowledge perception personality

In the sepia tone mornings or grey scale evenings your eyes can deceive. This limited light can lack a depth of understanding, for the eye and for the mind. For instance, a cabinet against a pulled curtain can look like a human figure, and a laundry basket held in a half light can appear as an unwanted animal, wild or not.

The thing to understand is that this can be true too in the broad light of day, if to a lesser extent.

So remain wary of falling victim to the tricks of a single sense. Full awareness ALWAYS involves ...

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