Leo doing minimalist work. Photo courtesy of Norman Taruc. “It’s not the work which kills people, it’s the worry. It’s not the revolution that destroys machinery it’s the friction.” ~Henry Ward Beecher Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on twitter or identica. How much of your day is spent doing administrative tasks, and not …
Desires and dreams come to you because they are an inherent part of your soul’s need to grow and adventure and be creative.
A desire is a creative urge to experience certain feelings and emotions in physical form. A dream is when these desires become so strong as to be a constant source of intention, longing and focus.
Leo Babauta of Zen Habits and Eric Hamm of Motivate Thyself discuss their journey to making a living online. I am a big fan of using blogs to share your passion and purpose. Blogging can be a great way to earn some income while one tries to make it in the “real world” with their passion. Leo and Eric have some really good insights on how to do that successfully and what it really takes.
By Kute Blackson We live in amazing times, we can build big buildings, invent the internet, send people walking across the moon, create fancy Iphones, keep breasts young forever, make vitamins to give you energy, and Viagra to keep it up and Prozac to keep it down, build bombs to wipe out millions in a …
I want to introduce you to an artist in Seattle called Henry Ward. What makes him unique and an inspiration to us all and a true Dream Warrior is his commitment to his work, his art and the expression of it to help others. He was so committed in fact or moved or called, that he was willing to live in his car and work for free.
The law of attraction. The power of positive thinking. Seeing things as already accomplished, people already healed, life already full of abundance. These are the things we know can be true, and the main focus of the new movie ‘The Secret.’ There is a place inside of us that knows that we can truly have a life of happiness, health and prosperity, that anything less than that is not our true reality. So when we focus and see ourselves as healthy, and shift our thinking to attract the good things, why is it that often the final result still doesn’t match our expectations?
Karl Rabeder grew up poor and thought that life would be wonderful if he had money. But when he got rich, Karl discovered that he was unhappy … so he decided to give away every penny of his £3 million fortune
So many of you have been taught that to worry is to care, to obsess over things is to be ‘responsible,’ to save and fix others is a display of compassion, and yet, there are higher ways to care, more truthful ways to be responsible, and ultimately more loving ways to show compassion.
There is no safe life. Where did we get the idea that life was supposed to be safe? What of joy and consequence has ever been safe? Giving birth to a child? Taking a road trip? Kissing that handsome, winsome stranger? Give yourself over to risk. Risk is the only friend you have. Risk is the one who will make your blood flow red. You don’t want a safe life. You want a life that is so full of juice, joy and meaning, that nothing threatens you– because you’ve already won the prize.
If you have something to share that is information based. Now you have no excuse. the Internet is the sharing highway because it really facilitates sharing in ways that mankind has never had before. And if you are wondering why sharing is so important please check out “The Economics of Love.” Whatever your gift is: be it writing, or film-making, music, cooking, teaching, painting, photography, if it is information based, than the Internet is for you. Gone are the days when the gatekeepers; the publishers, TV networks, movie studios, agents etc., controlled what you were allowed to share. Now the Internet is the information aggregator and we can bypass the gatekeepers.