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The Cultural Value of a Vision Apr 17, 2017

A vision is when you experience a specific possibility as a potential for yourself. It has to have the element of it being possible for you. 

It may come in the form of an idea, a dream, or a realization such as an "aha experience." Vision is direct communication from Life...

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Limited vs. Unlimited Resources Nov 30, 2012

In game theory and economics, a zero-sum game is a closed system in which one participant gaining means another must lose. Available resources are limited or finite- so gains and losses must add up to zero.

In contrast, a non-zero-sum refers to situations in which gaining does not...

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So You Got Your Heart Broken... Feb 08, 2012

There seems to be this point in people’s lives when they give up. It goes back to that one painful experience that breaks them.

I have heard many of these: getting cheated on, death of someone close, loss of a job, death of a pet, a business folding. Most all of them correlate to the loss...

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Support Them While They Work It Out Dec 10, 2010

People find themselves in life situations they need to complete and understand. True compassion is allowing them (or yourself) to work out what they need to.

We allow children to learn the lessons they need. Well, adults are trying to learn lessons too. Why not extend that same courtesy to them?...

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They Would Tell the Whole Clan of the Herd Nov 16, 2009

Up until a couple of hundred years ago, Native American tribes of the plains were dependent on the Buffalo for food and survival. They used every part of the buffalo for sustenance.

If a person were to see a herd of buffalo on the plains, the first thing that he or she would do is go back...

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