The Art of Living

The Art of Living by Epictetus (Translated by Sharon Lebell) Epictetus was born into slavery about 55 C.E. in the eastern outreaches of the Roman Empire. Sold as a child and crippled from the beatings of his master, Epictetus was eventually freed, rising from his humble roots to establish an influential school of Stoic philosophy.…

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As a Man Thinketh

As a Man Thinketh by James Allen The mind guides our footsteps as we progress along the pathway of life. Purity of mind leads inevitably to purity of life, to the precious love and understanding that should control our everyday acts and attitudes towards friends and foes. But where must one look for guidance? How…

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Are You a Peacemaker or a Conflict-Artist?

Are You a Peacemaker or a Conflict-Artist?​One of the surest ways to become an influential person among your friends, family, and in society is to become a peacemaker, and the quickest way to alienate yourself from people is to become a conflict-artist. Let’s take a quick look into both of these types of people so…

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Cultivating and Dealing With Inspiration – 5 Tips for Finding and Making the Most Out of Your Insights

​Cultivating and Dealing With Inspiration – 4 Tips for Finding and Making the Most Out of Your Insights ​​One of the greatest gifts we have is the gift of inspiration and insight. Some of the greatest human achievements were born out of a split second of inspiration, and this inspiration lies open to all men…

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Building Relationships Around Honesty and a Shared Vision

Building Relationships Around Honesty and a Shared Vision​I want to write briefly about the kind of relationships that really get me excited about life. These are relationships that are built around trust, honesty, and a shared vision. When I look at the relationships in my life I can truly say that I feel most alive…

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