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How do we integrate an infinite cosmic soul into a limited human body?
Where do we belong when we're "too much" for this world, but "not enough" for that world?
How do we be original in the sea of oneness?

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What's your thing? You know, your thing? That thing you live and breath for that fills you with the most joy?

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School beat beat the love of words out of me. I didn't read or write a single word between April 30, 2005 (the day I wrote my last university exam) and May 6, 2011 (the day I bought my home by the beach).

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Every January, I review my life with a giant mindmap of “What did it take to get here?” Partly is serves as a memoir for my future books.

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As I travel, I meet lots of people and cultures.

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People I meet along my life’s journey often asked me what determines success, what determines wealth.

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So if you’ve read my previous post, you know that my dad suddenly passed away a co

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So if you’ve read my previous post, you know that my dad suddenly passed away a co

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The term gifted is usually associated with children and prodigies — from those whip-smart young kids who are ahead of the pack academically, musica

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