Tue.May 22, 2018

When it’s Not your Body, but your Soul that’s Tired.

Elephant Journal

When our soul is exhausted, we may notice that not only does our body feel like a lead weight and every movement is hard work, but all our sensitivities are heightened and we may feel on edge, running on adrenaline. Little things that we normally feel able to cope with seem as though they are too much to bear, and we become overwhelmed and close to a meltdown at the thought of dealing with anything out of the ordinary life might throw our way. .

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Giving Back to the Ocean: Citizen Science for Clean Water

Nature Conservancy - Science

Poor water quality in Hawai‘i's oceans degrades coral reefs, threatening the corals themselves, the fish and other creatures (including people) that rely on them. A dedicated group of citizen scientists gather water samples from 48 monitoring sites off the coast of Maui.

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A Love Letter to every Line on our Face & Strand of Grey Hair.

Elephant Journal

I’m not 21. And although I love her in all her glowing youth and the sweet innocence that comes with it all—I don’t want to. Enlightened Society Health & Wellness Inspiring (Wow) aging gracefully beauty getting older heartache innocence lessons wisdom youth

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Is Solar the Future of Bitcoin Mining?


Bitcoin is an entirely digital currency, but it still depends on physical resources — namely energy. Mining bitcoins is what gives them their value. There are a predetermined number of the coins in existence.

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She Chose Happiness.

Elephant Journal

I choose to be happy, she whispered to herself. To the clear water that enveloped her. To the sky that could hardly be differentiated from the. Inspiring (Wow) Love Non New-Agey Spirituality all you need is love be present gratitude happiness in the moment make a choice Mindful living self love the beatles

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Patient, Know Thyself: Finding True Health with a Cancer Diagnosis.

Elephant Journal

I don’t focus on my own diagnoses or my sisters’ deaths. Of course, I miss my sisters every day, and I always will. There will forever be a hole in my life that they used to occupy. But I don’t need their absence or what they experienced at their end to define my.

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We should Never Say “Loss”—let’s say this Instead.

Elephant Journal

What I’ve realized is that nothing is ever truly lost it's just that life is constantly changing. We interpret the change through the lens of “loss,” which takes us away from learning and growing through the change. Some changes are more painful than others, but change is still change and pain is just intense feeling. Enlightened Society Love Non New-Agey Spirituality Z ADMIN Enlightened Society Today Only.

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The Lesson I learnt from a Moroccan Street Market.

Elephant Journal

I had been warned about Marrakesh: pay attention to your purse, always watch where you are going, everyone is going to want to cheat you—and whatever you do, never ever appear to be lost or ask anyone for directions. Enlightened Society Food Right Livelihood Adventure kindness lesson market Morroccan Morrocco solo traveling street food women who travel