Friday, January 2, 2015

A resolution for every day?

Many thanks to readers who have contributed crumbs of comfort found in local media. Today's crumb comes from an article in the Bundaberg News-Mail in Queensland, Australia.

Lissa Rankin, MD, an author and popular presenter on TEDx, urges us to strip back everything that isn't really us. Peel away all the things we've learned in the world of hard-knocks, and find our inner pilot light or divine spark of love within. Evidence indicates that this helps us recover from physical and emotional illness, and feel well.
Let's trust our natural instinct to actively and warmly care for ourself and others, choosing positive and solution-based approaches to life's challenges, instead of taking an impersonal, hard-line or defeatist approach to problems. Forgetting ourselves and putting others first really feels divine, and invariably makes us healthier.

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