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How to practice the Law of attraction? Mike Dooley


Anybody in need of optimism is well served with this video, it pumps up your enthusiasm for life & its beautiful, miraculous unfolding.
It is rare to find such an uplifting speech, one that brings you to a whole new level…
I just hope it’ll have that same effect on you 🙂

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Published on 5 Jan 2013
Mike Dooley is a former PriceWaterhouseCoopers international tax consultant, turned entrepreneur, who’s founded a philosophical Adventurers Club on the Internet that’s now home to over 450,000 members from over 185 countries. His inspirational books emphasizing spiritual accountability have been published in 25 languages and he was one of the featured teachers in the international phenomenon, The Secret. Today Mike is perhaps best known for his free Notes from the Universe emailings and his New York Times bestsellers Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams and Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life’s Magic. Mike lives what he teaches, traveling internationally speaking on life, dreams, and happiness. Find out more at tut.com. – source http://www.tut.com/about/mikedooley/

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Howto & Style
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Aurora Robson – ‘A Practice’ A plastic artist & a genius!


I found this amazingly unusual video in my reader from http://purplewoods.wordpress.com/2014/07/03/aurora-robson-a-practice/ & was so impressed that I couldn’t help myself but post it!
Aurora Robson is a beacon of light among the debris of our inventions, she brings beauty where you’d least expect it, turns the ugly to art, salvages our carelessness & rises it to hopeful horizons…
Enjoy it!
P.S
Just realized this could be a tribute to everyone in our blogging community trying (and succeeding!) in keeping July free of plastic 🙂

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Published on 21 Mar 2014
A look at the work of multi-media artist Aurora Robson, who creates art from discarded materials, excess packaging and junk mail. Video currently on display at The Franklin Park Conservatory.

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Film & Animation
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WWII veteran refuses to close the book on his life



What a lesson! When I think how we so quickly give up our dreams and how we take for granted what appears to be so small to our eyes as reading…
This is a truly remarkable short video found on http://davidkanigan.com/2013/12/09/get-in-there-and-learn-baby-now/
Take a second to be truly inspired 🙂

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Published on Nov 8, 2013
As part of our continuing series “On the Road,” Steve Hartman meets 90-year-old Ed Bray, who served in World War II and has two Purple Hearts, but who could never read what they were for. After 89 years of covering up his illiteracy, Ed is starting a new chapter.
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News & Politics
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Lighten the world with your happiness


smile quote

quote on jealousy

Two very wise quotes which I hope will inspire you to stay happy under all circumstances 🙂
Enjoy!

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The dignity that was always yours (La dignitĂ© qui t’appartenait depuis toujours)


sunshine after rain  ©copyright2013owpp

sunshine after rain
©copyright2013owpp

Cities & suburbs are built then left abandoned… Humans too sometimes.
The similarities struck me as I was writing this poem & inspired me to
mingle those two for you to figure out which is what…

Neglected by your electors
Dragged in the mud, in tears
By your closest, humiliated
And robbed of all dignity,
Alone you cry…

Hitherto unaware that darkness
Puts reality into perspective
And shadows determines angles,
Shapes and colors. Hence, your
Equilibrium and composure rarely
Found in those still oblivious
To the gift of refinement…
Today, as you filter a past
Never chosen you apprehend

Darkness as the bright star
Aglow in the murkiest allowing
Objectivity & awarding yourself
With the dignity that was
always yours…

——–

Délaisser par tes élécteurs
Traîner dans la boue, en larmes
Par tes proches, humilier et
Dépouiller de toute dignité
Seule tu pleures…

Jusqu’alors ignorant que
L’obscuritĂ© met la rĂ©alitĂ©
En perspective et que l’ombre
DĂ©termine les angles, formes
Et couleurs. D’oĂą ton Ă©quilibre
Et sang froid rarement trouver
Dans ceux encore inconscient
Du don de raffinement…
Alors que tu filtres aujourd’hui
Un passé jamais choisi tu
Appréhendes les ténèbres
Comme la brilliante Ă©toile

Embrasée dans ce qui est de
Plus trouble permettant une
Objectivité et te décernant
La dignité qui était
Toujours tienne…

Retribution to veterans of cozenage 2.12.2007 Adjusted on the 27.5.2013


the light of the ones aglow ©copyright2013owpp

the light of the ones aglow
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Retribution to veterans of cozenage
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Thoughts buzzing
An incessant leitmotif.
Deceptions at the Aube (1)
Mordacity and broken dreams…

Mirth so short in the natural
Course of life…so long
When sowed with pitfalls…
A cordial façade turns to

Perfidiousness in the
Nanosecond letting go
Of principium such,
An animal with prey.

——————-

Faith in your light draws
The ones aglow, rich and
Vivid with strength, simply
Being, living what is.

Acknowledging, welcoming
Its perpetual rebirth, being
Accountable for the twig
And flower, the sun and

Rain, night and day, for
It is through you all exists,
For you…
Take away its inhabitants

And you have stolen purpose.
Entanglements… justification
For capitulating? They have
Given birth to your backbone,

Durability, the best input for
Veteran victims of cozenage (2)
For those who transmute
Adversity to victory, calamity

To boon, those who bring
Music and penetrate the
Far ends…Our marrow.
Who ream what would (3)

Have stayed comatose
Had they not come
On our path, forced
Radiancy in the

Dimness of humdrum…
Of the wonted. Those
Who have stopped the
Incessant leitmotif.

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Aube (1)
A river of northeast France flowing about 225 km (140 mi) to the Seine River north-northwest of Troyes

Cozenage (2)
1. To mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive.
2. To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.
3. To obtain by deceit or persuasion.
v.intr.
To act deceitfully.

[Perhaps from Middle English cosin, fraud, trickery.]

Ream (3)
tr.v. reamed, ream•ing, reams
1. To form, shape, taper, or enlarge (a hole or bore, for example) with or as if with a reamer.
2. To remove (material) by this process.
3. To squeeze the juice out of (fruit) with a reamer.

[Possibly from Middle English remen, to make room, variant of rimen, from Old English r man; see reu – in Indo-European roots.]