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Minimalist Quotes

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31 Quotes That Will Give You Chills I think quotes have a powerful way of conveying an attitude to you which sometimes resonates so much that you feel ‘chills’ inside. Here’s a list of the quotes which have given me the most of these “chills”. Enjoy! Some people die at 25 and aren’t buried until 75. The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra | Laws Of Vibrational Energy The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra The Law of Pure Potentiality Take time to be silent, to just BE. Meditate for 30 minutes twice a day. The Law of Giving and Receiving Today bring whoever you encounter a gift: a compliment or flower. The Law of Karma Every action generates a force of energy that returns to us in like kind. The Law of Least Effort Accept people, situations, and events as they occur. The Law of Intention and Desire Inherent in every intention and desire is the mechanics for its fulfillment. The Law of Detachment Allow yourself and others the freedom to be who they are. The Law of Dharma Seek your higher Self. I use the seven laws and it has change my life. Download This Now This information was taken from

How To Dehydrate Food: Basic Tips Of Drying Fruits and Vegetables How to dehydrate food is an important skill for emergency preparedness. You can stock your emergency food storage as you prepare your daily meals. Dehydrating Food Saves Everything: Money: produce is free from your survival garden, buy seasonal produce in bulk, no refrigeration is required, produces an extra-long shelf life.Space: takes up A LOT less storage space then cans or bottlesYour Health: Dried foods are safe… drying prevents bacteria and mold growth. Whether you want to preserve fruits and vegetables from your garden or the produce from your local farmers market... dehydrating food is the right method for you! Want to Know About How To Dehydrate Food? How Does Dehydrating Preserve Food? Drying removes the moisture from the food so bacteria, yeast and mold cannot grow and spoil the food. Warm temperatures cause the moisture to evaporate. Because drying removes moisture, the food becomes smaller and lighter in weight. How do I Get My Food Dried? Some of these methods are: Top of Page

The Life Changing Process of Goal Setting | Darren Hardy, Publis Next week we start the process of Designing the Best 10 Years of Your Life. This program is jam-packed with information to help you unearth your greatest dreams, desires and inner potential. You’ll learn how to accelerate your life faster, go farther and live grander than you ever dared imagine. In fact, we have so much ground to cover I wanted to offer some preliminary insights this week to help you gear up for our adventure. Read the Introduction to Designing the Best 10 Years of Your Life, if you didn’t get the opportunity last week. Here’s what I’m going to cover: WHY goal setting is important—it’s good to know why before we jump into how.HOW it actually works—it’s not as magical and mystical as you might think.WHY most people fail at achieving goals—don’t miss this or you might fail as well.HOW this program is going to work—setting your sights and expectations for the process.WHY I am doing this (for FREE) —I think it is always important to know one’s motivation behind their actions.

Underlined Book Quotes Become Clever Illustrations Bookworm or not, you can't help but enjoy these black and white illustrations of literary quotes by Evan Robertson. The New York-based graphic designer has taken some of the cleverest lines written by famous authors such as William Faulkner and Oscar Wilde and turned them into wonderful posters. These literature-inspired fine art illustrations are currently being sold on Etsy under the name Obvious State. Robertson would see a "little jewel of a sentence" and he'd underline it. Then, he would take those "snippets of text and ideas" and "let the words be a springboard for an illustration." Here are 12 of our favorites. Update: Check out more clever illustrations in Part II of this story. Obvious State on Etsy via [Quipsologies], [Huffington Post]

Incubation Incubation: Within 2 Other Withins Left and Right Brain Hemispheres The Ancients of Egypt schooled their initiates in the concept that there are two sides to everything. The left hemisphere processes information sequentially, the right hemisphere simultaneously, accessing several inputs at once. [Esoteric/Geometric/Symbolic] writings, then, act as a "synapse" between the two polarities of intelligence, and one finds that clear, logical exposition- be it architectural, scientific or mythological- will suddenly lift and expand into an immense interconnected thought field of an extrarational quality, in which the multiple simultaneous meanings, while inwardly felt, may no longer be available to our rational mind. Becoming aware that we repeat the same lessions, our consciousness leads us to the wisdom of incubation. Approaching a more sensitive awareness directs one to ask the question, "What is outside the Egg?". Madam Blavatski , speaks of "within....within two other withins".

How to be “Stealth” Homeless “There, but for the grace of God, go I” goes the old canard, usually in reference to a disheveled homeless person, dressed in rags sitting on a street corner begging for change and smelling of b.o. What you are seeing is the result not of homelessness, per se, but dysfunctionality in general, due to substance abuse, mental illness and a host of other contributing factors. You may see homeless people everyday and never suspect them. If so this guide is for you. To escape a horrible environment, You may have to abandon/throw away all your shit. Assuming you work close to minimum wage and have no savings, you probably make around 600 bucks every two weeks. That’s actually enough to get established somewhere else. One person tent from Army surplus store or department store: $100.00. If you live in a big city, walk, hitchhike, or take a bus ($2.00) to the suburbs. Camp in a clearing in the midst of a patch of fairly thick woods that is not on a path. Follow your instincts. You can do this.

Design Best 10 Years | Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazi Review: INTRO, GETTING READY & Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 As we head into the final stretch of this incredible journey, I want to offer you one final gift. It’s one of my greatest strategies for creating extraordinary success, and now–if you choose– it can be your success strategy, as well. Regardless of your experience, skill level, or even the quality of your competition, with enough time, the following principle will allow you to win at almost everything, every time! In fact, the only thing that can stop you now from accomplishing all the goals you have set is not utilizing this principle…. I used to get frustrated when I would start a new venture and I’d see the competition leap out in front and get off to a fast and successful start. A lot of people become gung-ho about new goals or achievements, and they charge out of the gate in an explosion of activity—but their intensity and commitment quickly fizzle. Lack of consistency is the subtle stealer of dreams.

60 Selected Best Famous Quotes In this posting you will find my selection of the very best 60 quotes, from nearly a decade of collecting them. They range from the profound to the intriguing to the just plain funny. One way or the other, you’ll surely find many of them to be thought-provoking and entertaining. This selection is, of course, based solely on my personal taste (and even that varies largely from day to day according to my mood). Wisdom Quotes 1. —David Allen 2. —Antoine de Saint-Exupéry 3. —Unknown Author 4. —Wayne Gretzky 5. —Ambrose Redmoon 6. —Gandhi 7. —Lin-Chi 8. —A. 9. —Abraham Maslow 10. —Aristotle 11. —Baltasar Gracian 12. —Basho 13. —Lao-Tze 14. —Georg Christoph Lichtenberg 15. —John Ruskin 16. —Marcel Proust 17. 18. —Virgil Garnett Thomson 19. —Will Rogers 20. —Zig Ziglar Funny Quotes 21. —John Wilmot 22. —Oscar Levant 23. —Oscar Wilde 24. —New York City detective 25. —Norm Crosby 26. —Kurt Vonnegut 27. —Carl Sagan 28. —Jean Rostand 29. —Lily Tomlin 30. —Richard Lewis 31. —Robert Wilensky 32. —Scott Adams 33. —Anon 34. 35. 36.

The Awakening A time comes in your life when you finally get…when, in the midst of all your fears and insanity, you stop dead in your tracks and somewhere the voice inside your head cries out…ENOUGH1 Enough fighting and crying and blaming and struggling to hold on. Then, like a child quieting down after a tantrum, you blink back your tears and begin to look at the world through new eyes. This is your awakening. You realize it’s time to stop hoping and waiting for something to change, or for happiness, safety and security to magically appear over the next horizon. You realize that in the real world there aren’t always fairy tale endings, and that any guarantee of “happily ever after” must begin with you…and in the process a sense of serenity is born of acceptance. You awaken to the fact that you are not perfect and that not everyone will always love, appreciate or approve of who or what you are…and that’s OK. You learn to open up to new worlds and different points of view. Then you learn about love.

Marginal Revolution: How to disappear Tips from a teacher (markets in everything): There are three key steps to disappearing. First, destroy old information about yourself. Call your video store or electricity company and replace your old, correct phone number with a new, invented one. Introduce spelling mistakes into your utility bills. Create a PO Box for your mail. Then, create bogus information to fool private investigators who might be looking for you. The next, final step is the most important one. Is that last sentence so reassuring? Usually, I don’t hear back from my clients. I occasionally wonder that if I had a) a new identity, b) enough money to live on, and c) a willingness to live abroad and no family for them to threaten, how long would it take a team of ten professional hit men to find me. For the pointer I thank Henry Farrell. Addendum: Bruce Bartlett refers me to www.escapeartist.com.

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