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Learning from Trees

After a few days of rain, the sun was out, beaming through high-rise buildings and offices. And inside, from behind the window one felt its warmth on the skin. There seemed to be more people on the street that day. However, that warmth could not disguise the arrival of the fall. Already there were fewer […] Read more

Oct, 05, 2014

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Involuntary Inner Dialogue: How we revive conflicts and waste valuable energy

In demanding times and busy lives, people often complain of not having enough energy. The benefits from conventional list of remedies such as exercise, a new diet, nutritional supplements, expensive trips, spas, shopping, etc. are often short lived. Going for a holiday, doing something exciting or discovering a new activity is necessary and revitalizing, however, […] Read more

Oct, 05, 2014

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Perception: How we create our own reality

Perception is the way we understand or interpret the events around us. Furthermore, the way we perceive or interpret an event directly determines our actions and how we deal with it. But if our perceptions are inadequate or faulty to begin with, our course of actions will be flawed and ineffective. Computer’s logic is flawless […] Read more

Oct, 05, 2014

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Assertiveness: When and How to Say ‘no’

Often, in stressful situations at work, when someone makes a request of us we can get into a fight/flight reaction. We either argue (fight), We don’t listen (flight), or we really don’t want to do what they are asking of us, and rather than saying ‘no’ we give in. We sacrifice what is appropriate to […] Read more

Oct, 05, 2014

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Reflections

Early in the evening as the sun retreats in the distant east, from behind the buildings a red moon stealthy and gently rises. Blushing and shy, no sooner had it appeared that it hid behind a thin veil of clouds, visible now and again from between the patches. Across from the parking lot, on a […] Read more

Oct, 04, 2014

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