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In the middle of 2015, the American National Debt stands at a mind-numbing 18+ Trillion dollars. Inevitably, this debt bubble will burst. The results will not be pretty. How did we get here and what can we do about it? Read more...
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Living Life to the Max
Life should be fun and it can be.
The solution starts with attitude. If you have an attitude of selfishness in any area of your life, you inadvertently are focused on scarcity. The result will always be more scarcity. You could even win the big lottery jackpot, but that would soon be frittered away, unless you change your attitude. A rare few individuals have won the lottery multiple times, and their attitude is in harmony with abundance.
Happiness is something we create. Too often, people will wait for something in their environment to change before they create happiness. That external trigger seems out of their control, but the creation of an emotion is always internal. You decide what you feel.
More and more people are learning to create their feelings consciously. Most of the time they choose happiness. But how do they do it? How can they live a life of happiness despite circumstances?
To the person for whom life is usually fun, their circumstances almost always complement their attitude. When circumstances seem to go awry, they treat it as an opportunity to learn, and very quickly circumstances change back to those of prosperity, health, love and harmony.
This website is dedicated to helping your life become the best that it can bepossibly better than you can currently imagine.
"Consider the following. We humans are social beings. We come into the world as the result of others' actions. We survive here in dependence on others. Whether we like it or not, there is hardly a moment of our lives when we do not benefit from others' activities. For this reason it is hardly surprising that most of our happiness arises in the context of our relationships with others."Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama
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