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I love the idea of looking at the world with curiosity whether something is bitter or sweet or bitter sweet. I'm a big fan of Pema Chodron and I agree that it makes the most sense to use pain for transformation. These are three excellent approaches. The practice of Tonglen, in particular, is extremely profound. Thanks for telling us about them.
It was also fascinating to learn: "A regular practice actually, physically changes your brain in as little as 8 weeks recent studies show."
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I was fascinated by the "persuasive" effect of swearing. When I read swear words on Twitter, in blog titles, and blog articles - like WTF, kick-ass, and others - I am seriously persuaded that the death of eloquence has occurred!
Thanks for the overview.
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Excellent. You are so right, the road is well mapped out. I've been under the influence of more than one of these! Especially the one about just needing to write great content. I love your emphasis on how readers come to your blog for an experience. People often say mine is a serene, calm place. I agree, most great bloggers are not necessarily great writers!
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