How to keep your teeth strong?
Let’s look at some cultures.
There is not only one Buddha.
There have been thousands of Buddhas and there still are, with more to… bud.
Any one can become a Buddha, if one is open to it…
Frequent doses of short-term stress is a good and necessary thing for life.
Over-thinking is a form of stress.
Over-work is a form of stress.
Another way to look at over-work is that under-sleep/rest/recovery is stress.
Bad nutrition is stress.
Over feeding is stress.
Bad environment is stress.
Bad friends/family/work is stress.
Again, over-thinking is stress.
Not thinking enough will probably lead to stress.
To reiterate, regular doses of short-term stress is normal and healthy. It’s the overdose of stress that we must be wary of.
Anyway, here is Dr. Gabor Maté and the bio-psycho-social model of health, and how stress gone wild leads to disease.
Don’t try to look smart.
Don’t try to sound smart.
Don’t try to be smart.
Instead, simply be smart.
Sometimes we might think that we have to talk a lot to prove ourselves. And we might also think that there’s not enough time to say all that needs to be said, and so we end up talking really really fast, almost as if someone has a pistol cocked up our anoos.
… But wait a minute, what are we in a rush for?
Do we actually need to say all of that?
What are we trying to accomplish?
Who are we actually serving?
Remember to breathe. Relax.
Those interested in what you have to say will give you a chance.
And if not, then let it be and chill out. Regather your consciousness.
Be ready for the next big thing.
Be ready for the next little thing.
Be ready for anything.
Every second spent talking is a second that could’ve been spent listening, learning, breathing, connecting.
Remember that often times, to be smart is to be silent.
I’m a web developer who believes that art is in everything that we do.
I’m passionate about education, health (nutrition, psychology, fitness, wellness), and everything to do with performance optimization.
I believe that we are most happy when we are free to express ourselves authentically with those we love, including ourselves.
Remember that the universe has your back.
It gave you life, after all.