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running2ks

I feel better knowing that I do most of those things. I need to work on "no", especially saying no to people outside of my family. That is a biggie for me. Thank you for sharing this!

Rowan

Running2Ks, you are welcome.
But I want to state that this was inspired by other blogs I've checked out lately. Amy's was most directly the impetus for this post. But reading Miriam's blog regularly has really gotten me thinking about aspects of my life that I take for granted, which not only are unnecessary, but also actually make my life more difficult.

Jen

Way cool! This is all good stuff to keep in mind. I wonder if I could get it tattooed somewhere?

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on Maya and Sage's birthday. How do you pronounce Kajsa?

Rowan

Hey Jen! It's good to see you here. I love your blog. Kajsa is pronounced Ki-suh. That's a long I, as in, um, I.
I think the tattoing is a fantabulous idea. Where ever would you put it?

amygeekgrl

Good for you! :)
Thanks for sharing this list. I hadn't come across it yet.
Also LOL at the cartoon you included. That's too cute. :)
Isn't Miriam's blog great? I find her to be very inspiring also.

Rowan

amy, simply speaking:
Thank you.
You're welcome.
Glad you liked it.
And
Yes! Me too.

I hope you're having a great day. :)

Jen

Well, I have plenty of room for the tattoo on my butt, but I wouldn't be able to see it there very easily. Maybe I should come up with a better plan?

Thanks for the pronounciation guide! That's a beautiful name!

Rowan

Well you are most welcome. And thank you for the compliment on her name. I wish I could take credit, but it's actually a Swedish name.

As for the tattoo...What do you have - four kids? Hmmmm...I wonder if that's had any imact on your body -at all.

I can think of a few places that are NOT much bigger on me than they were 15 years ago. Perhaps you've had similar experiences?

sushil_yadav

In response to your post "Simplify" I want to post a part from my article which examines the impact of Speed, Overstimulation, Consumerism and Industrialization on our minds and environment. Please read.

The fast-paced, consumerist lifestyle of Industrial Society is causing exponential rise in psychological problems besides destroying the environment. All issues are interlinked. Our Minds cannot be peaceful when attention-spans are down to nanoseconds, microseconds and milliseconds. Our Minds cannot be peaceful if we destroy Nature.


To read the complete article please follow any of these links :

ePhilosopher

FreeInfoSociety

sushil_yadav

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