As we watch the world financial system crumble before our very eyes, it's difficult to remain detached and upbeat. Emotional moments can range from flashes of panic to a general malaise of dread. But, we propose to stand by the hackneyed phrase, "It's all good." For one thing, at least some of the Truth about The System is coming out, and creates a great teachable moment for us all (check out this tutorial on money).
Ultimately, the monetary crisis is a spiritual crisis. By framing it in this way, a door opens to personal development. Here are seven helpful ways to look at creating peace in your life:
Self --Explore how at peace you are with and within yourself.
Challenges/Opportunities -- How you can use creativity and skill to turn conflicts into harmonious understanding.
Higher Power -- Your highest intention and ideals with respect to the development of peace -- within yourself and in your world.
Developments -- The way your efforts to achieve harmony seem to be headed.
Lesson -- The personal investment or sacrifice required to achieve inner and outer peace.
Allies -- People who can support your commitment to peace at this time.
Advice -- How you relate to your path of cultivating inner and outer peace.
By remaining mindful of the big picture, and remembering that my life is for learning, a measure of peace is possible. And, it really is all up from from here!
"There are numberless energy rays in the Universe... All rays and spirits come from the subtle nature of the Universe... The interwoven energy net influences the lives of individual human beings, whole societies and entire races. A virtuous individual who responds to the high, pure, harmonious subtle energy rays and integrates them with the positive elements of his own inner being may strengthen his life, enhance his health and power, and lengthen his years." --Dr. Yury Kronn
8 Ways to Green the Office
Whether you work in a Fortune 500 company or a one-person home office, you?re going to use office supplies. Here?s eight ways to go green that will also save some green...
Buy in Bulk - Ordering supplies in bulk online will also get you lower or free shipping.
Reuse and Recycle Packaging - Use Earth911 to find out where to recycle packaging, but before you do, consider ways it can be reused.
Spring for the Warranty - Warranties let you repair your electronics instead of buying new ones, meaning less waste is created.
Search for Scrap - If your metal is attracted to magnets, it can be recycled as scrap metal (provided that it?s entirely made of metal).
Refill Your Ink Cartridges - This will also save up to 75 percent of the cost of a new cartridge.
Monitor Paper Usage - A typical business office generates 1.5 pounds of waste paper per day.
Know Your Plastic Code - Check for a number inside a recycling symbol on your plastics, then use Earth911 to find out where to recycle that plastic.
Set Up an Office Recycling Program - The EPA estimates that up to 40 percent of our municipal solid waste comes from businesses.
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