Bliss can be a state of profound satisfaction, happiness and joy, a constant state of mind, undisturbed by gain or loss. Wikipedia
To paraphrase Steve Jobs, “Find what you love, and do what you love”.
But does it make sense in today’s perilous economic times? Or do we simply hunker down and hope we don’t get laid off. Hold your breath and hope that eventually something better will come along? That seems to be the attitude of most people and who can blame them,
On a bright September morning in 1975 I attended my first class at chiropractic college, one of a little over 200 kids. It was pretty scary, I was in a new city, didn’t know anyone and was about to start out on a career that would shape and define my life.
By the time the Christmas break rolled round, our class had shrunk down to 150 kids. One quarter, 25% of the starting class had dropped out! And that’s what I’d like to write about today.
Look at any child, how full of life and adventure …
Ellen, a woman in her late thirties, was in a stifling relationship. She was restless and disinterested. She wondered whether she had to accept her circumstances.
Her childhood experiences with her father had…
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