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by esther on 23 December, 2011 - 08:43

What is your life vision? Do you have a long term goal that motivates you and frightens you at the same time? Visions are a powerful driving force that helps the person seeing them give shape to their dreams and take it to the pinnacle of success. A person without a vision has no purpose in life and the zeal to excel.

But, why is it important for one and all to have a vision?

by siew yong on 23 December, 2011 - 08:40

Since July 2011, I had been contemplating on a suitable name for this new exploration and expression of mine i.e. sharing the science of yoga and healing with others.  One morning in late August, suddenly “Your Presence Heals” was revealed to me in a flash during my morning Sadhana (practice) in a deep “unclutched” state. The words appeared clearly in my inner space.

by woon on 23 December, 2011 - 08:32

Whenever the word “corporate” appears, we tend to think of an enterprise well marketed and branded. Scratch beyond the surface and you struggle with the names of key leaders beyond the token CEO and imagine it filled with floating identities easily replaceable.

The word “consciousness” brings different emotions as we find it vaguely unknown though we know it’s inherent in us. Consciousness has been defined as awareness and the ability to experience or to feel and is a term that refers to the relationship between the mind and the world with which it interacts.

by woon on 17 December, 2011 - 08:37

Oh let your little light shine
Let your little light shine
Shine on Wall Street and Vegas
Place your bets
Shine on the fishermen
With nothing in their nets
Shine on rising oceans and evaporating seas
Shine on our Frankenstein technologies
Shine on science
With its tunnel vision
Shine on fertile farmland
Buried under subdivisions

Let your little light shine
Let your little light shine
Shine on the dazzling darkness
That restores us in deep sleep
Shine on what we throw away
And what we keep

by woon on 6 December, 2011 - 17:31

When I bought the book “The 4-Hour Work Week”, I read it as “The 4-Day Work Week” since that was what my belief system could accept at that moment. Even as I was halfway through the book, I would have chirped “The 4-Day Work Week” to anyone who asked what I was reading. Funny how my mind limited what was staring in front of me; and author Timothy Ferriss even had “4-HOUR” printed in a different color to ensure his readers got the point!

by woon on 10 November, 2011 - 11:33

Now I know what my husband and I are called – CivFanatics. Being part of a community makes all the long gaming hours, crazed dedication and strategy filled dreams suddenly all normal and worthwhile.

What we’re addicted to is none other than Sid Meier's Civilization V (also known as Civ 5). It’s the latest Civilization game released in 2010, 5 years after our previous favorite Civ IV. It’s a turn-based strategy, 4X computer game developed by Firaxis.