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The Morning Air

Morning is a time of the day that we need to be alive, awake and practice mindfulness.

Get away from all your distractions in the morning and take a deep breath, reconnecting with the immediate environment and breathing in the morning air.

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Happiness isn’t a ready-made concept but comes from our own actions.

We don't need to make happiness an elusive goal to reach but can take the actions required for the art of simple living.

Any development we see was at first just an idea. We all were born naked and did not have the possessions, the hair, the clothes, and the relationships that formed as we reached our adulthood. We started from nothing and inside nothing (zero) there lies infinity.

One has ...

The past mostly regrets, and the future is anxiety and worry. The only thing that is real is the present moment, and the art of mindfulness delves into the present, instead of being in dreams or illusions.

Our breath connects us to the present moment, like an ancho...

  • To get something new in life, we must first identify the stuff that has fulfilled its purpose and discard it with folded hands of gratitude.
  • To calm your inner turmoil, remove the outer things that unconsciously are the reason for your stress.
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  • To tell someone what you really feel about them is incredibly freeing.
  • Instead of holding on to unhealthy situations and relationships due to fear, obligations or ‘being in the good books’, we need to live with a light heart and should have the freedom to b...

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