The Many Layers of Truth

Truth is a many layered thing. What to do? Emotional Fitness Tips Tip one: Doubt what you most passionately believe in. Embrace the idea that passion twists the truth. Tip two: Doubt the passionate beliefs of others. Again, passion twist truth. Tip three: Doubt and at the same time look for the truths that partner with …

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FIVE TIPS TO END ARGUING THAT ARE BETTER THAN THROWING A BRICK

Debating is fun, heated arguments, however, can end up with you wanting to throw a brick at someone or something. Not wise. What do most people argue about? Here’s my list: religion, politics, money, sex, right or wrong, which team is best, and did the umpire make the right call. The first four rest on perspective; …

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LAUGHTER: An Emotional Fitness Exercise

These had me chuckling and seem a good way to end the day. Enjoy and thank the Blogger by liking him. It seems to me … After eating an entire bull, a mountain lion felt so good he started roaring. He kept it up until a hunter came along and shot him. The moral: when …

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My Weight Loss Efforts for Recipe Friday (via Linda Kruschke’s Blog)

FOR ALL MY EAT HEALTH FRIENDS And shouldn’t that be a goal for each and everyone of us. My last share today. I have set a cut off time of 10:00 for leaving the internet seduction behind and it is now 10:20. Good enough is good enough, but need to finish a picture letter to …

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