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The Word Authentic is a very powerful word

Being authentic is being real. It is being genuine. It also is a process of being honest to yourself. It is in finding alignment with our hearts' desires, to our values and in 'not pretending'. It requires courage. It is uplifting. It may be tough but it is worth every bit of it. It is in taking a stand for our beliefs and not escaping unpleasant situations.

It makes us love ourselves even if the world does not. We may 'have' less. We will still 'be' more. Isn't that fantastic?

In my work, being authentic has meant different things at different times. Sometimes, it has been in forgiving. Sometimes it has been in making a new beginning. Sometimes, it has been in listening to criticisms without replying, waiting for my work to do the talking. Sometimes it has been in letting go while sometimes it has meant to hold on. I have experienced that following this path has always pointed me toward rightness, peace and flow...

With no offense meant to anyone, here ar…

The Right Time To Be Happy Is Now....Stop Waiting

We convince ourselves that life will be
better after we get married, have a baby,
then another. Then we are frustrated that
the kids aren't old enough and we’ll be
more content when they are.After that, we’re frustrated that we have
teenagers to deal with. We will certainly be
happy when they are out of that stage. We
tell ourselves that our life will be complete
when our spouse gets his or her act
together, when we get a nicer car, are able
to go on a nice vacation, when we retire.
The truth is, there’s no better time to be
happy than right now. If not now, when?Your life will always be filled with
challenges. It’s best to admit this to
yourself and decide to be happy anyway.One of my favourite quotes comes from
Alfred D. Souse. He said, “For a long time it
had seemed to me that life was about to
begin – real life. But there was always
some obstacle in the way, something to be
gotten through first, some unfinished
business, time still to be served, or a debt
to be paid. Then life…

Sleeping with someone else is good for your health By Banky J.

It turns out there really is some science as
to why your sorry, single self is going to
bed at night alone and waking up
miserable.We’re probably not the first people to tell
you this — and don’t get all offended when
we do — but you need to find a partner.According to collective research by Andrea
Petersen in The Wall Street Journal,
sleeping with a partner in the same bed
provides an array of health benefits. And it
doesn’t stop there.Some scientists hypothesize that sleeping
with a partner may be a prominent reason
people in intimate relationships tend to be
in better health and live longer than sad
and lonely singletons.Sharing really is caring after all, at least
when it comes to your sheets. The new
study challenges previous findings that
women don’t sleep as well with someone
else in their bed and that both sexes move
around more when sleeping together.While this may be true, according to Wendy
M. Troxel, an assistant professor of
psychiatry and psychology at the
University of …