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by Eric Alan

May 04, 2012

In the course of the life I’ve spent looking deeply into nature for answers, the wisest answers have often been the simplest ones. The most basic observations have often become the most profound.

One of the wisest and simplest principles is this: what you water, grows. Nature shows us the principle in the relationship of plants and rain. Mindfulness practitioners and gardeners—who are often one and the same—show it… READ MORE

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by Lynette Sheppard

May 04, 2012

Is happiness elusive? Does it need to be pursued? Is it a choice we make? Or is it simply our natural state, waiting to be recognized and remembered?

Dr. Robert Holden, PhD of the Happiness Project, UK asserts that it is the latter.

A few times in my life I have encountered a teaching that rang through me like a bell; something I realized as deeply, profoundly true the moment it touched my ears and heart.… READ MORE

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by Dewitt Jones

May 04, 2012

We live in trying times, in a world torn asunder by violence and conflict at least that's what I read in the newspapers. It may be true, but I really couldn't prove it by my day-to-day experiences. Perhaps that's because I live in a small town; perhaps it's because I spend a lot of time photographing nature; perhaps I'm just an ostrich at heart but from where I stand, life looks much more positive than negative.

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