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Positively Present Picks : May 12, 2017

 
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Quote-of-the-week

“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”

Max Planck

 

Links-I-Love

Adam J. Kurtz Temporary Tattoos : especially love "I feel great"

A Person Is a Person Through Other Persons : really interesting stuff!

How We're Harmed by Our Dissatisfaction with Ourselves : a self-love reminder

Rules for Making Meaningful Connections : simple yet profound advice

Why Some Things Trigger Us Emotionally : and why others might not

How to Be More Honest : with yourself, with your work, and with others

Facing Sugar Addiction : what are you really hungry for? it's worth pondering

Yoga + Slowing Down : practicing yoga can help you be more mindful off the mat

Hey... Stop Doubting Yourself : it's easier said than done, but worth trying!

  

Listening

Listen to this playlist on YouTube.
Finally on Spotify! Follow me!


"Told You So" — Paramore
"Galway Girl" — Ed Sheeran
"Eyes Closed" — Halsey
"Miss America"— Ingrid Michaelson
"Stop It" — Sleeping Lion
"Sign of the Times"— Harry Styles
"Colour Me" — Juke Ross
"You Look So Amazing"— Hider
"Human Nature" — Paperwhite
"22:22" — Fields

 

Reading

Check out my reading list on GoodReads.
 

The Circle
Dave Eggers

Super Narwhal and Jelly Jolt
Ben Clanton
 

I write books too! Check it out...

The Positively Present Guide to Life

Effortless Inspiration Series:
Gratitude, Living in the Moment, 
Compassion, and Forgiveness

Stay Positive: Daily Reminders
from Positively Present

    

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Dani,
I am new retired guy. I really like your posts on " Judgement " ! I have been been struggling my life away with Judgements. I want to remove all my quick ugly thoughts to STOP. I am a follower of Jesus Christ. Can faith be a benefit to resolving this issue ? I am learning that I am not alone and loved everyday. Jesus is my hero. Instead of relying on myself for strength, I look up to him. I have a relationship with God so that I may please him and be more like Jesus. I have learned what is right & wrong, but still doing wrong. I am still a work in progress. I do have to watch PRIDE. This is an opinion and I am not trying to change you. Everyone has an opinion and our country is divided in the middle. I hope this is not to Conservative.
Rick

Rick - Thanks for reading! I definitely think faith can help you with judgments. The more you allow yourself to be guided by your faith, the more you're able to release the notion that you're in control of everything and everyone. Judging often comes from wanting to change others or a situation that's outside of our control. When you allow yourself to release that control (give it up to God, perhaps), you'll have no need to judge others, and you'll even be more gentle with yourself, too. We're all a work in progress, so just keep doing the best you can!

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