Be Willing to Dream, by Dr Wayne W. Dyer

My favorite definition of success, which I’ve cited on numerous occasions, was offered by Henry David Thoreau in the mid-19th century at Walden Pond: “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.” I’ve italicized two words in Thoreau’s . . .

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Winter, The Season of Stillness

Winter teaches us that the only way to fully enjoy the powers of the season is to surrender to it and learn from what it has to offer us. In winter the earth lies fallow; nature appears frozen and dead. In this deep stillness of nature, winter calls us to look into our depths, to reconnect to our inner being, . . .

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4 Ways to Fight Depression, Naturally

As we enter in to day light savings time and begin to experience less light and more darkness, many of us start to exhibit signs and/or begin to suffer from seasonal depression. The sunlight fuels our souls, producing more energy within us. Creativity, ideas, taking actions and steps, living an active and better life becomes less and less prominent and one begins to feel . . .

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