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10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job

10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job
Note: This was originally published by blogger Steve Pavlina and is the first “guest post” on HE. If you would like to write an article for HighExistence, click here It’s funny that when people reach a certain age, such as after graduating college, they assume it’s time to go out and get a job. But like many things the masses do, just because everyone does it doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. In fact, if you’re reasonably intelligent, getting a job is one of the worst things you can do to support yourself. Here are some reasons you should do everything in your power to avoid getting a job: 1. Getting a job and trading your time for money may seem like a good idea. Why is getting a job so dumb? Don’t you think your life would be much easier if you got paid while you were eating, sleeping, and playing with the kids too? Who cares how many hours you work? Non-dummies often start out on the traditional income for dummies path. This web site is an example of such a system. 2. Consider this. 3. Related:  Be Ready

Dynamic Paradoxicalism – The Anti-ism ism Note: There are many different sorts of paradoxes. Most of the paradoxes referred to here would be categorized as dialethia. © 2007, 2008 Jonathan Zap Edited by Austin Iredale “Words that are strictly true seem to be paradoxical.”—Lao-tse “There is nothing absolute and final. “Objection, evasion, joyous distrust, and love of irony are signs of health. Dynamic paradoxicalism is my attempt to create a meta-philosophy that is a counter to fundamentalist and absolutist thought, which is nearly as common amongst New Agers and the Left as it is amongst religious fundamentalists and the Right. Dynamic paradoxicalism is based on the the principle that the opposite of a profound truth is often another profound truth. “Bohr challenged another scientific shibboleth in 1927 by proposing that opposites were not necessarily either/or, as all earlier Western dualistic thinkers had assumed, but rather might be both/and. “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world. Adapting to Circumstance vs. Huh?

Mind Magic: Using the Law Of Attraction to Make Sex Sizzle Do you know The Secret? Oprah claims she does–and so do millions of others around the world who are fascinated with the “Law of Attraction.” So what could be a better time than right now–the eve of 2013–to take a long look at how this knowledge can enliven life, love, and sexuality in the New Year. In her bestselling book “The Secret,” author Ronda Byrne draws upon expert anecdotes and borrowed bits of quantum theory to suggest that the Law of Attraction (let’s call it LoA for short) enables us to have everything we want in life if we understand its rules. My Own Surprising Dream I’d like to introduce you to the LoA as I first encountered it, by telling you about a powerful dream I had many years ago, long before the LoA was even a blip on the screen of popular culture. The key to life? I was so struck by all of this that upon awakening I quickly wrote down every recollection. This is not just a word game. The Law of Appreciation and Attraction Making the Law of Attraction Work For You

Mind Tools - Management Training, Leadership Training and Career Training A New Message About Love and Fear in the Universe Many popular spiritual teachings tell us that life is all about love or fear. We are taught that every thought, word, and action is driven by a feeling based on either love or fear, so naturally we should learn to overcome fear and become more loving if we want a better life experience. This rather simple idea seems like a profound realization if you spend some time with it, but is this really true in all cases? Can everything be so neatly categorized and explained as love or fear, particularly when trying to understand the greater realities of life in the universe? Is this really the end-all teaching that we should base our entire understanding of life on? While this idea certainly seems to be true and applicable in many cases, I believe there is more to be explored and understood regarding this dichotomy that can really help us see the bigger picture with more clarity. For example, two people may have very different ideas and beliefs about what constitutes “love”. Love and Fear

Ashtar From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ashtar may refer to: How to Cook with Weed - The Stoner’s Cookbook Even for experienced smokers, eating foods containing marijuana can be a whole new experience. It is the perfect solution for those who don't want to smoke, or those of you who use marijuana for medical use. The Stoner’s Cookbook guide to: In 5 Easy Steps! Cooking with Marijuana Most weed-related recipes call for the making of a certain quantity of "Marijuana Butter" or "Bud Butter", which is then used as a replacement for standard butter. How to make Bud Butter How much weed do I use? One difficulty cooking with marijuana is measuring the potency. Leaf - 1.5 to 2 ounces Trim - 1 ounce Smal or large buds - 0.5 to .75 ounces Kief and hash - 3 to 4 grams What are the effects? Eating marijuana is a little different from smoking. Follow our Bud Butter / Cannabutter recipe to ensure you have a good experience. When the effects do kick in you will start to feel very relaxed. What should I do if I eat too much? Methods of THC extraction Bud Butter or Cannabutter is not the only way to cook with THC.

Podstawowa metoda medytacji - SASANA.PL CZĘŚĆ 1: Utrzymująca się uważność chwili obecnej Medytacja ta ma za zadanie osiągnięcie pięknej ciszy, uspokojenia i przejrzystości w umyśle. Medytacja to droga odpuszczania. Z początku medytacja będzie wymagała nieco ciężkiej pracy, jednak postaraj się znieść te trudy, zdając sobie sprawę z efektów, jakie ona przyniesie w postaci pięknych i znaczących doświadczeń. Jednak sam wysiłek nie wystarcza. Należy jasno zdać sobie sprawę z celów medytacji, tak by wiedzieć, gdzie skierować swój wysiłek. Wysiłek kierowany jest w stronę odpuszczania. W trakcie medytacji nie powinniśmy tworzyć w umyśle przywiązania do czegokolwiek. Możesz oczywiście przejść przez początkowe etapy dość szybko, jednak bądź ostrożny. Sposób, w jaki uczę medytacji, rozpoczyna się od bardzo prostego zadania: od odłożenia bagażu przeszłości i przyszłości. Porównuję to do celi z poduszkami na ścianach! Jeśli chodzi o przyszłość, o wszelkie przewidywania, lęki, plany i oczekiwania, je także należy odpuścić.

20 Types and Forms of Humor By Mark Nichol Humor comes in many flavors, any of which may appeal to one person but not to another, and which may be enjoyed in alternation or in combination. Here are names and descriptions of the varieties of comic expression: 1. Anecdotal: Named after the word anecdote (which stems from the Greek term meaning “unpublished”); refers to comic personal stories that may be true or partly true but embellished. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Subscribe to Receive our Articles and Exercises via Email You will improve your English in only 5 minutes per day, guaranteed! 6 Responses to “20 Types and Forms of Humor” Roberta B.

The Backwater Gospel by Bo Mathhorne The Grim Reaper waits patiently as the residents of a small western outpost turn on one another in this student film from The Animation Workshop. This short animation we tweeted and F’Booked yesterday, as it began to make its presence felt early in the day on Twitter . Thought about holding onto it for a feature review, but now, having been featured on Motionographer, Cartoon Brew, and /Film, we’ll just jump in to sing its praises too. The Backwater Gospel is a gloriously original, daringly macabre animation short out of Denmark. Amazingly it’s a student-work, conceived and executed by pupils at The Animation Workshop, a renowned institution in European animation circles. As long as anyone can remember, the coming of The Undertaker has meant the coming of death. Bo Mathhorne directs a core team of 8 students, and he and Animation Lead Arthur Gil Larsen have produced, as part of their class assignment, making-of videos.