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Brick By Brick: Suffering is the Key to Happiness

Brick By Brick: Suffering Is The Key To Happiness

A dictionary would define suffering as the state of undergoing pain, distress, hardship, damage, or loss. But, this definition does not truly capture the feeling of suffering. Suffering is not the physical pain felt in the present moment; to suffer is a state of the mind, a mental attachment to […]

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Water Fasting for 12-Days Log Entries

Water Fasting Log Disclaimer: This daily log is thorough. The record includes information that some may find bothersome to read. This page describes all aspects of my 12-day water fast, including the first evening of my re-feed. Return to Water Fast and Re-feed Overview and Impact View Re-feed Log Entries Day […]

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Water Fast and Re-feed Overview and Impact

I completed a 12-day water fast on October 14th, 2017. Today is December 6th, 2017; I am ready to reflect on my experience. I will focus on:  the time leading up to my fast; the fast itself; and the impact the water fast has had in the 53 days since […]

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Be About It – Becoming Better Every Day

Each day, I wake up with a personal goal of being the best person I can be. However, this goal does not mean that I do the same generic things every day. I view each day as a new set of obstacles. Due to this, I define what will make […]

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Mindfulness Practices In Everyday Life

In this moment, are you happy? While this is a rather profound question that some may not like to answer, it is an important one. Often, we don’t take the time to be attentive to how we feel at the present moment. We are physically here, mentally elsewhere. Mindfulness is […]

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