Gandhi turned 143 Tuesday. Here’s to celebrating the life of a man that today still lights a flame within our hearts. Mahatma Gandhi was a leader of Indian nationalism in British ruled India, employing nonviolent civil demonstrations. He was the son of a senior government official and was trained as a lawyer in London.
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Rationally, you know that in a downed economy quitting your job is about the stupidest thing you can do. You’re a writer and you’ve hardly been published plus it’s hard to make a buck writing. But somehow you know you’ll be fine, in fact more than fine, so you quit your nine-to-five job and start writing. And in fact, years later you’re feeling quite confident in your career choice, just as you intuitively knew you would.
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It’s Sunday, you had a wild weekend at the end of a wild month. Life is busy, disorganized, over budgeted, fattening, and unhealthy. You decide that come Monday you’re starting over–you’ll eat three healthy meals a day, run daily, start meditating, and get to work on the job search.
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Happiness starts on the inside and then shines out. It’s the idea of finding balance and mindfulness in all your daily pursuits. It’s about loving this body you’ve been given and realizing that you have a good amount of control over the amount of peace you find.