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  • Just shared from Love Life by Rob Lowe
    It’s the process that counts. It’s the people I get to connect with, most of whom will never be famous or want to be. It’s the intention that gives the action value, not the results. Most actors (and many people) start out to please others. The trick is to truly value satisfying yourself. Working from that place, being in fellowships without an agenda, brings a satisfied excitement; that, today, is fun. A while back, Diana Nyad, a sixty-four-year-old woman, after two decades of trying, swam from Cuba to America. At her same age, my mother lost her battle with breast cancer. Life is unpredictable...
    Note: Loved the ending of his book. The best writing though was the two sections on his son Matthew going off to college --- they were extraordinary. As a mom packing her last daughter out the door as I read those passages, it was a brutal, beautiful read.
  • Just shared from Eat To Live: The Amazing Nutrient Rich Program for Fast & Sustained Weight Loss by Joel Fuhrman M.D.
    Most Americans are not aware that the diet they feed their children guarantees a high cancer probability down the road. They don't even contemplate that eating fast–food meals may be just as risky (or more so) than letting their children smoke cigarettes.
    Note: Elli
  • Just shared from a Personal Document
    Matthew 7:7: “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.”
    Note: The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America
  • Just shared from Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 3) by Suzanne Collins
    The only thing that sticks in my head is that it has a clock, and we must be back inside 13 by the designated hour or our hunting privileges will be revoked.
  • Just shared from Women Food and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything by Geneen Roth
    Bingeing gave me relief from the relentless attempt to be someone else.
  • Just shared from Women Food and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything by Geneen Roth
    To discover what you really believe, pay attention to the way you act—and to what you do when things don’t go the way you think they should. Pay attention to what you value. Pay attention to how and on what you spend your time. Your money. And pay attention to the way you eat.
  • Just shared from The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson
    never too late to start. It’s always too late to wait.
    Note: It's never too late to start. It's always too late to wait.
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