More Meditation. Less Worry.

“… And therefore you seek to work for the common good because your humanity comes into its own in belonging.” 

                                                       – Dr. Frank Lipman

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    • More Real Food, Less Food-like Substances
    • More Fruit and Vegetables, Less Sugar, Gluten and Dairy
    • More Plant Foods, Less Animal Products
    • More Organic, Less Chemicals
    • More Clean Products, Less Toxic Products
    • More Chewing, Less Eating
    • More Water, Less Alcohol
    • More Walking, Less Driving
    • More Exercising, Less Sitting at the Computer
    • More Music, Less Noise
    • More Recycling, Less Waste
    • More Outdoors, Less Indoors
    • More Meditation, Less Worry
    • More Slow, Less Hurry
    • More Smiles, Less Anger
    • More Love, Less Hatred
    • More Fun, Less Serious
    • More Letting Go, Less Holding On
    • More Being, Less Doing
    • More Presence, Less Absence
    • More Generosity, Less Greed
    • More Forgiving, Less Blaming
    • More Inclusion, Less Exclusion
    • More Health Care, Less Disease Care
    • More Ubuntu, Less Me

Read Dr. Lipman’s insight and the entire article from Positively Positive here

 Worth the click.  Worth the practice.

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