Friendship

Friendship

One of the Secrets of a Happy Life is to Become Your Own Best Friend

Becoming Your Own Best Friend: One of the Secrets of a Happy Life

by Barbara Berger. One of the secrets of living a happy life is to become your own best friend. But you can only do this when you know who you are, when you honestly and truly know yourself. Because what does a best friend do? A best friend sees you for who you really are and unconditionally loves and supports the real you...

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How To Be Happy! Stop, Think, Send Love & Let It Go!

How To Be Happy! Stop, Think, Send Love & Let It Go!by Sonia Ricotti. Victor Frankl said, “It’s the last of all human freedoms, the ability to choose.” We can choose to look at whatever we want. So if we choose to hold bad thoughts about someone, simply release them and send love to the people who bother you...

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How to Encourage Yourself & Others: The Art of Encouragement

The Art of Encouragement: How to Encourage Yourself & Others: The Art of Encouragement:

by Mark Nepo. In many ways, to encourage is to help the heart unfold. And each time we do so, another aspect of our true self unfolds. Very often, the art of encouragement is needed to counter some sort of fear...

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Where to Find Friends: Plant Seeds of Friendship

Where to Find Friends: Plant Seeds of Friendship, article by Donald Altmanby Donald Altman. It goes without saying that harming others does not a friendly community make. We can begin to refrain from doing harm while cultivating love and good relations. When we live with this value, we honor all with whom we...

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Friends -- Choose Them Wisely

Friends: Choose Them Wiselyby Dr. Allan G. Hunter.

You can’t choose your family, but you can choose your friends. So goes the saying. Ask yourself if that is true for you. Did you choose your friends, or did you allow them to choose you? It may be that in...

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Eternal Life through Facebook

eternal loveby Alan Cohen. I was surprised to receive a Facebook friend invitation from Eric Butterworth, a respected author and minister who introduced me to the new thought movement many years ago. The astounding element of Dr. Butterworth’s invitation is that he is dead. He passed away eight years ago. How he found his way onto Facebook is...

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Taking It Personally

Marie T. Russell

A while back, in the spirit of wanting things to be "better", I rearranged the furniture in the office. The changes were a little unconventional, yet  the layout was more efficient and would lead to a better functioning of the office. People often have a resistance to change, especially when the change is thrust upon them without giving them a chance to make a choice. So, the reactions of my co-workers...

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Friends: Who Will Help You

Nanette HucknallIf you are struggling to learn something new and you have people around who are not only unhelpful but downright negative about what you're doing, then you need to really look at each and every one and decide if each is truly a friend...

 

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Amitié Amoureuse

Zenith Henkin Gross

by Zenith Henkin Gross.

Relationships are quite different from the engaged-married-live-together-forever lockstep. The romantic friendship is a new feature in the relationship landscape of most conventional Americans, though not unknown in other cultures around the world.

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