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Shit is Fertilizer

Shit is Fertilizer

by Aliette Frank – “Shit, it happened.” Sometimes shit happens. As much as we don’t want it to, it does. When it does—and it will—we can make a choice: we can become the ‘victims’ of our shit, or we can use the shit for what it’s really meant for—as FERTILIZER. Fertilizer is any material that [...]

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“I love living. I think that’s infectious” – Will Smith

This is an awesome video that sometimes I watch every single day. Will Smith, known as a musician and actor, is also a great source of inspiration and wisdom about how to make your dreams come true. No doubt, it takes a lot of work, but Smith’s perspective of it makes it all the most [...]

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Why Would You Be Realistic?

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Watch this every morning when you wake up–then do it.

This video sums up what Whyfearing.com is all about. Check out Brian Johnson and his awesome Philosopher’s Notes here for tons of great inspiration and wisdom.

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When the Unexpected Happens

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Swimming in the Winter

Why Peer Pressure is Good

  I don’t know if they still do it or not but when I was growing up there was a campaign to STOP peer pressure? Now I realize that it was just people who had shitty peers. Peer pressure is actually amazing. It’s one on the best forces you can put into place. I realized [...]

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Finding Your Passion – A How-To Guide

Hey everyone, This is an awesome article about finding your passion (if you don’t already know what it is).  The first step in living what you love is discovering what exactly that is, and for more than a few of us, figuring that out can be a challenging task.  Questions like: Is this really what [...]

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“The Happiest Man on Earth” – On Happiness

Mathieu Ricard has often been called the “happiest man on earth”. In a past life he was a molecular biologist from France; today, he is a leading figure of Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lama’s official translator, and a profoundly experienced meditator. This Ted talk introduces Ricard’s thoughts on happiness, well-being, and the meaning of suffering. [...]

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