Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake quite aptly sum up the experience of being barraged with them darn hashtags all over social media these days.
Enlightenment is not a ‘destination’, and it is not something that you need to ‘work’ at.
Enlightenment is our natural state of mind when we are in harmony with who we really are…
Enlightenment is our natural state of mind when we are in harmony with the present moment…
Enlightenment is our natural state of mind when we are in harmony with life and the very essence of everything that exists…
Enlightenment is a state of mind when you live in acceptance and surrender to the present moment…
Enlightenment is stepping out of thinking in the illusion of past and future, and therefore, grounding yourself in the present moment, the here and now…
Therefore enlightenment cannot be understood with words and concepts.
In order to live in a state of enlightenment you have to surrender, you have to surrender completely to the present moment…
You have to surrender no matter…
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Some questions are meant to be unanswered.. But that didn’t stop these Norwegians from asking it.
And the answer is just.. incredible!
Really does make you all warm and fuzzy on the inside..
In things that will make your heart grow three sizes, Reddit users have been submitting the nicest five-word sentences someone can possibly say, a condensation of everything they’ve ever wanted to hear in life. From love to friendships to life, users chime in on the little things that mean the world to you, showing that big moments don’t have to come from long thoughts. It’s the quiet moments that can be the most powerful.
In the comment section, sound off: What are some five-word sentences you’d like to hear? Let’s make the world a nicer place today.
You make me so proud.
You deserve to be happy.
You look really nice today.
You are a wonderful person.
I really fucking love you.
You are everything to me.
I like who you are.
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It’s amazing how true some of these points are..
As a middle class Indian child in the 80s and 90s in India without the economic boom and those days where people drank coffee only at home and not in some fancy cafe, your parents made you believe the world is a real tough place (which it is but why spoil it for a child). There is no Santa Claus, no unicorn vomiting rainbow but the final destination consisted of an mediocre engineering job and saving enough money to buy your own tiny apartment which would be so small that you will damage the walls just by stretching in the morning. Strangely they also do have very high expectations of you due to some irrational sparks of genius they might have seen in you as an infant. Here are what they usually expect of you(this list is not complete…some of it may not have been even expected of me…
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Found this blog post and it sparked some thought in me.
The point is as simple as it is true – timing is everything. The only limiting factor is that we don’t have total control of it.
Utterly unexpected. A brilliantly designed product or service is clever and amazing. Think anything Apple.
Amazingly competent. A well-conceived product excels at what it does. It is functionally flawless. Think a Ziploc bag or Google’s home page.
Aesthetically exquisite. At the pinnacle of great design are products so gorgeous you want to hug them. Think a Porsche 911.
Conspicuously conscientious. Consumers (especially those under 30) are demanding socially responsible products and services that reflect a sense of stewardship for the environment and a passion for making a difference. Think Prius.
Unfortunately, design is still an afterthought in most organizations. Great design is less about genius than empathy – and it’s often the tiniest things that make the biggest difference.
– from Gary Hamel’s What Matters Now
Designing takes place in the uncomfortable gap between vision and reality.
– Marty Neumeier, The Designful Company
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