Meaning of Life

AS THE CULTURAL AND SOCIAL WORLDS IN WHICH WE ROOT OUR IDENTITIES SPLINTER AND DRIFT APART, OUR IDENTITIES MOVE WITH THEM
Interesting take, Mr. Thoreau. Mind if I call you Henry? You can tweet that to your followers as soon as we boot things up
Thanks to this new direction in mindfulness research, we'll be better equipped to choose the practice that's right for us
Once again, the researchers found higher levels of such beliefs among people who had just felt excluded. Graeupner and Coman
Sure, some of our true glory days will remain in the past, but that doesn't mean growing up has to be as bad as some people make it out to be. The good part is that every day has the power to be as good as we choose it to be- it all depends on our attitudes.
Children have a lot of newly learned knowledge in their young brains that adults have long forgotten. Because of their young
So many of us have suffered the frustration and indignity of losing a cell phone signal right in the middle of a call. That
Imagine how free you would feel if you could rid yourself of your fear and live each moment to the fullest. That is one of the promises of a "death awareness" practice that is most enticing.
____ We met Senator Brown as part of the 2014 Lobby Day and Policy Conference hosted by the Secular Coalition for America
You know what really sucks (so far, anyway) about getting old? LOOKING FOR THE DAMN MEANING! I'm at the last third of my life. The first third went by very very slowly. The second third, however, flew by.
Life isn't about control. It's about just being and doing and in this beingness and doingness we grow to be the perfect souls we were born to be. We learn to trust in ourselves and to truly love who we are. And best of all we learn to love the world we live in and all the life within it.
One of the most revolutionary ideas ever conceived is that we are more than our bodies and that our true home lies beyond our physical planet. This idea, that we are or have souls that do not die at death, is found in all the earth's religions.
Being on the journey, fully engaged in the lessons of the journey, is to be human at its best.
Reading from front to back, it's interesting to see what I copied into this notebook at various stages in my life.
Ever wondered how children are amused at some outright bizarre things? It's because they find meaning in things that are completely new to them so what's stopping you from finding meaning in the most mundane, sometimes ridiculous, everyday things?