Evan on April 14th, 2008

Image by drukmaas I think we can get more intimacy in our lives – but indirectly. When I say “indirectly” I don’t mean sneakily. To explain this strange situation I need to explain what I mean by intimacy. Our intimate moments are those where we feel that we are close to another person. We feel […]

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  Image by fsecart There is a school of therapy called ‘bodywork’.  This sits in the area between massage and talking.  It is focused on our ability to feel and express our vitality and to remove the blocks that get in the way of us doing this.  It mostly deals with our muscles and emotions […]

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Evan on April 9th, 2008

Image by ifindkarma The usual approach to self-improvement encourages us to be heroic, independant, take initiative and be positive. All of which are admirable. But I have a confession (or series of confessions) to make. I think that I feel pretty weak and easily influenced much of the time. When people around me are happy, […]

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Evan on April 7th, 2008

   Image by erloteiel 1. You’re Never Too Old. In a recent study of 213 people, aged from 70 to 89, the better the participants’ adherence to a physical activity program, the greater their improvements in physical functioning. At the beginning of the study, all of the male and female volunteers were sedentary and had […]

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Evan on April 7th, 2008

Cathy Crovis is doing a great series of posts on her blog Ripples of Improvement. I’ve written about Cathy, and how much I like her writing, before: you’ll find her blog on my blogroll (on the left of the screen). The series she is doing is on self-improvement and what you aren’t told about it.  […]

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Evan on April 3rd, 2008

  Image by saffandiphoto.com Jesus said (summarising the law concerned with people rather than focused on God): You shall love your neighbour as yourself. Here’s my guess about what Jesus meant. We naturally want to be healthy: we spit out what tastes bad. If we see a projectile heading for us we dodge. We have […]

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Evan on April 1st, 2008

This is a post for those of you in the blogging business. It is links to a few sites that I have found helpful and worthwhile. First up is Don Miller at Making Sales Making Money. Don writes about home based business in general, not just blogging. He draws on a wealth of experience. His […]

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