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The preservation of human life is the ultimate value, a pillar of ethics and the foundation of all morality. This held true in most cultures and societies throughout history.

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The preservation of human life is the ultimate value, a pillar of ethics and the foundation of all morality. This held true in most cultures and societies throughout history.

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The preservation of human life is the ultimate value, a pillar of ethics and the foundation of all morality. This held true in most cultures and societies throughout history.

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October 2017

Take A Moment At The End Of Each Day

October 31st, 2017|Categories: DailyD|

Take a moment at the end of each day to reflect on how you spent your day. Did you consciously allocate time to your activities or did you just get on with life as you do? Was the day meaningful? Were you present, and did you make a positive impact to yourself, your family, your friends, or others around you? Make an estimate of the accumulative amount of time that you spent in the following states of mind: positive mental state of mind (happiness, joy, peace.... ) negative mental state of mind (irritation, anger, jealousy... ) times where you were just 'mindlessly' doing, not 'present' and not even aware of your mental states or emotions... you may like to consider including minutes or even hours of the day 'robbed' by social media. Time lost on regrettable activities. Be honest with yourself. Take notes of your end-of-day reflections. What gets measured may be improved.

The Act of Forgiveness

October 30th, 2017|Categories: DailyD|

Forgive (verb): To stop feeling anger... to cease to feel resentment (to an offender) To err is human, to forgive is divine.  A simple statement, so easily said, but so incredibly difficult to act on. But if we take the time to analyse on why we feel resentment over an incident, and who was hurt, (in cases where there is no physical harm) we may slowly recognize that it is the ego or the 'I' that is hurt.  But why is the 'I' feeling resentful and how is the 'I' hurt?  Often times the other person may not even realize that he or she has caused us to feel such negative emotions. The beauty of forgiveness is that it actually doesn't require the person you are forgiving to accept or acknowledge or even be aware of your act of forgiveness.  This act of forgiveness is a mental decision, an inner commitment to release and not to hold on to the weight of these negative emotions within us.  When we clear our mind of the negative emotions, we are able to nourish and fill ourselves with that which is positive. An act of simple and definitely divine.

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