Tag Archives: self-judgment

While on my way to church …

December 5, 2012

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by Scott Kalechstein —  One day I was on my way to church to give an inspirational talk and sing a few songs. Having received a license in the mail a few weeks earlier that claimed I was now an officially ordained minister, I was excited to be giving my first legal sermon. (I had […]

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Finding your bliss

August 9, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  Finding one’s bliss is a way of life, not just something to acquire. Bliss is not about more pedicures, massages or other forms of self-indulgence; it is not even about outer grooming or taking better care of our bodies. These activities represent very small slices of true bliss, but by no […]

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Moving from absorber to observer

February 23, 2012

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by Sherry Anshara — You have certainly heard of vampires. They drain your blood and suck the life out of you. So, are there really vampires or are these blood-suckers masquerading as people in your life? If the second answer is yes, then ask yourself why you have invited them in to drain the life […]

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