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Breathing Space: Living and Working at a Comfortable Pace

Is the crushing burden of information and communication overload dragging you down? By day's end, do you feel overworked, overwhelmed, stressed, and exhausted? Would you like to be more focused, productive, and competitive, while remaining balanced and in control?

Author Jeff Davidson says, "If you're continually facing too much information, too much paper, too many commitments, and too many demands, you need Breathing Space."


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Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Carve Your Own Path - Breathing Space Blog

The most effective way to compete in this world for jobs, lovers, and that which is coveted, is to not compete at all.  Don't compare, analyze, or dwell upon whatever others are doing.  But instead create your own path -- your internal guidance system -- and have faith that your way will work.

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Saturday, November 03, 2018

Widespread A.D.D. - Breathing Space Blog

We've reached the point where a typical person in our society now has Attention Deficit Disorder, culturally induced. The rising decibel level in public spaces, as documented over the last 25 years, all but confirms that our society has embraced a perpetually higher level of noise. Added to that, the number of messages that each of us is bombarded with on a daily basis has no end.

From billboards, to bus panels, to ads over urinals, at all times, in all places, someone is vying for our attention. E-mail and the Internet have exacerbated the problem, but even those who are not online and not wired are subject to cultural Attention Deficit Disorder. Why? Because the general level of message bombardment in our society is exceedingly high.

Retrieve a person from a primitive society, someone who has never been exposed to television or telephones, or, if you could, retrieve someone from 1918, and today’s information bombardment would have immediate impact: I would be surprised if such visitors to our culture did not have near-instant nervous breakdown.

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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Why the Pace of Life Quickens - Breathing Space Blog

Why the pace of life quickens: "Did You Know?/Shift Happens" (Version 6, 2012)


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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Discovering the Laws of Life - Breathing Space Blog

Notes from Discovering the Laws of Life by John Templeton, Templeton Press, 1997.

* No one knows the weight of another’s burden.
* Enthusiasm is contagious.
* You fear what you do not understand.
* Thanksgiving leads to having more to give thanks for.

* Life is 10% what you make it and 90% how you take it.
* Every ending is a new beginning.
* Practice within when you are without.
* Perseverance makes a difference between success and defeat.

* The greatest gift you can give another is the purity of your attention. ***
* Everyone and everything around you is your teacher.
* If you would find gold, you must search for where gold is. ***
* Happy relationships depend not on finding the right person, but on being the right person.

* You cannot discover new oceans until you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.
* We receive freely when we give freely.
* Your life becomes what you think.
* The seven deadly sins are: pride, lust, sloth, envy, anger, covetousness, and gluttony.

* There is as much risk in doing nothing as in doing something.
* Find a need and fill it.
* Thoughts are like boomerangs.
* Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important.

* Beautiful thoughts build a beautiful soul.
* Success feeds on itself and creates more success.

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Friday, October 12, 2018

To Give and to Receive - Breathing Space Blog

We must be as good at receiving as we are at giving, so that we stay in balance

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Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Wayner Dyer: Wishes Fulfilled - Breathing Space Blog

Note from Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering the Art of Manifesting, by Wayne Dyer

* The ability to feel and to trust in our divine connection is exactly the key to manifesting, your “wishes fulfilled.”

* We can develop this ability to trust despite the absence of physical evidence as perceived by our senses.

* No matter the circumstances or obstacles, draft your dream and the way can be cleared.

* Trust your divine connection, know that your soul has no limits and the universe responds and works with you to manifest that idea into a physical reality.

* Feel the connection, focus on what you have to give, have faith in your dreams, and you will overcome all doubt and make your wishes reality.

* Faith is the complete reliance on the power and goodness of Spirit and the firm belief that you are always connected to this goodness.

Faith versus Doubt
* Always affirm your faith and not your doubt.

* When you affirm that things might not work out, that your troubles continue to mount, that your problems are insoluble, that God has not been listening, or that you are powerless in the face of so many struggles, you are affirming doubt rather than faith.

* The ability to know faith and affirm it allows it to manifest in your life.

* Learn to affirm your faith in the face of doubt with thoughts that things will work out, things will improve. Think, write, and say affirmations like these:
        I intend to create prosperity.
        I’ll do what is necessary to eradicate this problem.
        I know I am not alone.
        I have faith that all is for good.
        I give no energy to the negative because I know all is in divine order.


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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

For Fun: 50 Movies - Breathing Space Blog

Just for fun: 50 movies that will stir your mind and emotions
Alive (Ethan Hawke)
Lost Weekend (Ray Milland)
Shadow Lands (Anthony Hopkins, Deborah Winger)
Twelve Monkeys (Bruce Willis, Madeline Stowe)
Crimes and Misdemeanors (Woody Allen, Martin Landau)

The Year of Living Dangerously (Mel Gibson, Sigourney Waever)
Glory (Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington)
A Soldier's Story (Howard Rollins, Denzel Washington)
Full Metal Jacket (Matthew Modine)
Days of Wine and Roses (Jack Lemmon, Lee Remick)

The Next Man (Sean Connery)
Modern Romance (Albert Brooks, Katherine Herrold)
The Man Who Would Be King (Sean Connery, Michael Caine)
Real Life (Albert Brooks)
L.A. Story (Steve Martin)

Fail Safe (Henry Fonda)
Broadway Danny Rose (Woody Allen, Mia Farrow)
Far and Away (Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman)
The King's Speech (Colin Firth)
Apollo 13 (Tom Hanks)

Malcolm X (Denzel Washington)
Dances With Wolves (Kevin Costner)
The Trip to Bountiful (Geraldine Page)
The Sure Thing (John Cusack)
Enchanted April (Miranda Richardson)

A Month by the Lake (Vanessa Redgrave, Edward Fox)
Hear My Song (Ned Beatty)
The Local Hero (Peter Reigert)
Drugstore Cowboy (Matt Dillon)
Gallipoli (Mel Gibson)

The Marrying Man (Alec Baldwin, Kim Basinger)
Restoration (Robert Downey, Sam Neill)
Millennium (Cheryl Ladd, Kris Kristoferson)
Honeymoon in Vegas (Nicholas Cage, Sarah Jessica Parker)
Casa Blanca (Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman)

Dr. Zhivago (Omar Sharif, Julie Christie)
"Z" (Yves Montand)
Serpico (Al Pacino)
The 7 Beauties (Giancarlo Giannini)
Close Encounters (Richard Dreyfuss, Melinda Dillon)

Chariots of Fire (Ben Cross)
An Officer and a Gentleman (Richard Gere, Deborah Winger)
Time Machine (Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimmeux)
Day of the Jackal (Edward Fox)
It Happened One Night (Clark Gable, Claudet Colbert)

Women in Love (Glenda Jackson, Alan Bates)
Any Which Way you Can (Clint Eastwood, Sondra Lockwood)
Prince of Tides (Nick Nolte, Barbara Streisand)
The Usual Suspects (Gabriel Byrne, Kevin Spacey)
The Sixth Sense (Bruce Willis, Halley Joel Osment)

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