Compassionate Living

Written by Heather J. Tait


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Sometimes we tend to become complacent withrepparttar technological advances we use. Let them not replace adequate exercise, dietary habits, or personal interactions. It is acceptable to use modern conveniences, but donít forget about traditional means. Sometimesrepparttar 137132 old way of conducting tasks might take more time, but that is part ofrepparttar 137133 enjoyment. Walking to a bus or train stop might take an extra thirty minutes, butrepparttar 137134 extra time you spend is not wasted. Instead you are using thirty minutes to reflect on yourself andrepparttar 137135 world around you along with providing your body an outlet for exercise.

Sitting down and writing someone a letter may take more time out of your day than a phone call, but it is worthrepparttar 137136 extra effort. A letter written traditionally or even through email is a welcomed distraction for its recipient.

Taking time out of your day to cook your own food can be a warming change for your mind, body, and spirit. If you donít know how to cook or are baffled inrepparttar 137137 kitchen, take small steps and start reading some cookbooks. You can buy cookbooks atrepparttar 137138 store or go to your local library. Abandon microwave meals and take-out for home cooked meals. They are typically better for your body and they allow you to have more control over what you are ingesting.

Being mindful of your activities in life allows you to concentrate on your impact onrepparttar 137139 world. Even small actions on your part can leave big impressions. Take a moment to justify and evaluate your daily performances and make changes where necessary. A compassionate heart deserves compassionate living.

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Artist and Inspirational Author Heather J. Tait work and articles are displayed internationally. She isrepparttar 137140 founder of Silence Speaks International Artist Association andrepparttar 137141 Editor of Intrigue Magazine. Published books include, Making Your Purpose Your Business and Recognizing Unhealthy Relationships. Email: contact@silencespeaks.com Silence Speaks http://www.silencespeaks.com

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Artist and Inspirational Author Heather J. Tait work and articles are displayed internationally. She is the founder of Silence Speaks International Artist Association and the Editor of Intrigue Magazine. Published books include, Making Your Purpose Your Business and Recognizing Unhealthy Relationships. Email: contact@silencespeaks.com Silence Speaks http://www.silencespeaks.com


Spiritual Friendships

Written by Heather J. Tait


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What these friendships do touch are our hearts. They leave precious imprints where they matterrepparttar most. These friendships are gifts unto themselves as they are aligned with our inner workings and details. They somehow give us comfort no matter what our state of mind and they seem to blanket our worries with little or no effort. They exist not out of force, but out of care.

These spiritual friendships allow us to actually feelrepparttar 137131 insides of another. They allow us that close of a connection that typically both people can feelrepparttar 137132 others thoughts and emotions. We are attracted to them because we are intended to be. These friendships may baffle and surprise us as they can sneak up on us quickly, but they are friendships that need not go unnoticed and certainly not forgotten, for however long they are to stay.

**** RESOURCE BOX MUST BE INCLUDED *** Artist and Inspirational Author Heather J. Tait work and articles are displayed internationally. She isrepparttar 137133 founder of Silence Speaks International Artist Association andrepparttar 137134 Editor of Intrigue Magazine. Published books include, Making Your Purpose Your Business and Recognizing Unhealthy Relationships. Email: contact@silencespeaks.com Silence Speaks http://www.silencespeaks.com **** PUBLISHING GUIDELINES **** Publishing Guidelines: Permission is granted by author to publish content electronically and for print for free publications only, providing that all links remains active and resource box is left intact. An email notification of use is appreciated. To view more free content articles from this author or to sign up to be on our mailing list, please visit http://www.silencespeaks.com/journal/



Artist and Inspirational Author Heather J. Tait work and articles are displayed internationally. She is the founder of Silence Speaks International Artist Association and the Editor of Intrigue Magazine. Published books include, Making Your Purpose Your Business and Recognizing Unhealthy Relationships. Email: contact@silencespeaks.com Silence Speaks http://www.silencespeaks.com


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