Are we making things worse than they need to be?
Nov14

Are we making things worse than they need to be?

Suppose we find ourselves in a place with fading light. Naturally, we will open our eyes wider to find our way. If instead …

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Winning, whining, wining — or worshiping?
Sep30

Winning, whining, wining — or worshiping?

Suppose we strive to do something challenging. If we win, our mind becomes jubilant; if we don’t, it often goes into…

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We can’t always move on from grief; we need to sometimes move on with grief
Mar17

We can’t always move on from grief; we need to sometimes move on with grief

02.18 We can’t always move on from grief; we need to sometimes move on with grief When we lose a loved one, grief can overwhelm…

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There is a purpose for everything we experience, even the things we don’t want to experience
Feb09

There is a purpose for everything we experience, even the things we don’t want to experience

Suppose we are forced to go through certain experiences that we just didn’t want to go through. When such things happen,…

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The size of our problems is inversely proportional to the size of our purpose
Dec30

The size of our problems is inversely proportional to the size of our purpose

Suppose a truck is moving rapidly on a road on which a tree has fallen. If the truck is large and has high momentum, it can just…

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We can’t change our past, but we can change how we see and explain our past
Dec15

We can’t change our past, but we can change how we see and explain our past

We often have things in our past that we resent. If terrible things have happened to us, we may feel that we are so damaged as…

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