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Dreaming While We Sleep

“Dreams don’t come true, they ARE true.” -Author Tim Robbins Have you ever had a dream while sleeping that replayed itself in reality later? I have. Mind you, I’m not suggesting that I can see the future or have any kind of special telekinesis power to connect to another realm. What has happened to me…

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The Heart vs The Mind

“Heart and brain, they are one and the same. The REAL battle is between YOU and YOU only.” -Nityakalyani Muralidharan When conversing about or imbibing words from quotes, philosophers and/or motivational speakers, one paradox always lingers on due to its contradictory nature: The issue of following your heart vs following your mind. There are ideologies…

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Sacrifice

“There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” -Traditional proverb It’s often said that in any endeavor of life, you need to give something to get something. In business seminars the most popular motto is “you have to spend money to make money.” But sometimes I wonder, where do you set the limit? To what…

Life…Step By Step
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Life…Step By Step

“If you set your goals ridiculously high and it’s a failure, you will fail above everyone else’s success.” -James Cameron We all have goals and ambitions in life from the time we learn to think for ourselves. And it is important to remember never to sell yourselves short. Don’t ever think you’re not good enough…

Expectations
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Expectations

“The biggest disappointments in life come not from our enemies but from our friends.” -Author Poulomi Sanyal When I first came across the above quote, I wasn’t sure what to make of it. I would like to think that I have some wonderful friends in my life that have been a tremendous support system during…

Be Careful What You Wish For
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Be Careful What You Wish For

“Be careful what you wish for, lest it comes true.” -Unknown While origins of this quote are sketchy, popular opinion suggests that it’s a translation of an old Chinese proverb. There indeed times when something we want looks far more attractive than it really is. It may be the forbidden fruit. But I’ve always wondered,…