Selecting A Floor Mat For Your Office Chair

Written by Doug Fowler

When it comes to selecting a chair floor mat, there are more things to consider than you might think. In fact, some people actually consider it a difficult task! So, if that isrepparttar case, you should know that we are going to help you. Here, we will provide for you tips for choosingrepparttar 149803 right mats. These will range from those mats that you put where individuals withinrepparttar 149804 office will stand to those that go under desks. In each case, there are differences that you will need to consider. By all means, this is not allrepparttar 149805 information out there, but its a great place to start! * When it comes to purchasing a mat, considerrepparttar 149806 type of flooring underneathrepparttar 149807 mat. In those areas where you have hardwood floors, you will need to find a mat that is going to protect that beautiful flooring. You will want to purchase an ergonomic mat that will protectrepparttar 149808 floor from cracking and scratching. * For those areas where you will have employees standing for a long period of time, a mat will need to be what's called, "no fatigue". These mats will help to keep your employees alert. Not only is this good forrepparttar 149809 office environment around copiers and reception desks, but it works well with security guards as well.

The Power of Desire! - Part 1

Written by Carl Cholette

What is Desire? Let us see! Webster tells us that it is: "The natural longing to possess any seeming good; eager wish to obtain or enjoy," or in its abnormal or degenerate sense:"excessive or morbid longing; lust; appetite. "Desire" is a much-abused term repparttar public mind has largely identified it with its abnormal or degenerate phase, just mentioned, ignoring its original and true sense. Many userepparttar 149802 word inrepparttar 149803 sense of an unworthy longing or craving, instead of inrepparttar 149804 true sense of "aspiration," "worthy craving and longing," etc. To call Desire "aspiration" renders it nonerepparttar 149805 less Desire. To apply to itrepparttar 149806 term "laudable aim and ambition" does not take away from it is character of Desire. There is no sense in endeavoring to escaperepparttar 149807 fact that Desire isrepparttar 149808 natural and universal impulse toward action, berepparttar 149809 action or good or bad. Without Desirerepparttar 149810 Will does not spring into action, and nothing is accomplished. Evenrepparttar 149811 highest attainments and aims ofrepparttar 149812 race are possible only whenrepparttar 149813 steam of Will is aroused byrepparttar 149814 flame and heat of Desire.

Some ofrepparttar 149815 occult teachings are filled with instructions to "kill out desire," andrepparttar 149816 student is warned to beware of it even in its most insidious and subtle forms, even torepparttar 149817 extent of "avoiding evenrepparttar 149818 desire to be desireless ; even desire not to desire. Now this is all nonsense, for if one"wishes", or "wants", or "is inclined", or "thinks best to", or "is pleased to" Kill Out Desire ; in any of these cases he is but manifesting a Desire "not to desire", in spite of his use of other names. What is this "wishing to; wanting to; feeling like; inclination; being pleased to;" and allrepparttar 149819 rest, but just plain, clear, unadulterated Desire masquerading under some of these names. To proceed to "kill out desire" without "desiring" to do so is like trying to lift oneself by pulling on his own bootstraps. Ridiculus. What is really meant is thatrepparttar 149820 occultist should proceed to kill outrepparttar 149821 lower desires that he finds within his nature, and also to kill outrepparttar 149822 "attachment" for things. Regarding this last we would say that all true occultist know that evenrepparttar 149823 best "things" are not good enough to rule and master one; nothing is good enough forrepparttar 149824 soul to allow itself to be unduly attached to it so thatrepparttar 149825 thing rulesrepparttar 149826 soul instead ofrepparttar 149827 soul masteringrepparttar 149828 thing. That is whatrepparttar 149829 teachings mean, avoidance of "attachment. "And in thisrepparttar 149830 occult teachers are clearly right. Desire is a frightful master, like fire it sweeps awayrepparttar 149831 supports ofrepparttar 149832 soul, leaving nothing but smoldering ashes. But, also like Fire Desire is a splendid servant and by its harnessed power we are able to generaterepparttar 149833 steam ofrepparttar 149834 Will and Activity, and to accomplish much inrepparttar 149835 world. Without proper Desirerepparttar 149836 world would be without activity. So do not makerepparttar 149837 mistake of using Desire any more than you would refuse to use fire, but in both cases keeprepparttar 149838 mastery in your own hands, and avoid allowingrepparttar 149839 control to pass from you to Desire.

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