what a lovely planet

It is important to have your own values. When you define your personal values, you discover what is truly important to you. The things that you do and the way you behave match your values – you’re happy. But when these don’t, that’s when things feel… wrong. This can be a real source of unhappiness. This is why …

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loneliness

Let’s see how many divorces, how many single people – all this speaks of a lack of closeness. Now it is dictated fashion to be very strong, successful, ambitious, energetic, individualistic. While people still have a need to be close, they put on a mask and travel the world, being able to establish close ties and that it …

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about dogs and humanity

Humans and dogs have always had a lot in common. “Like wolves, dogs tend to live in groups, and so do we,” says Richard D. Alexander, Ph.D., a University of Michigan evolutionary biologist and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. “It helps both species hunt and kill prey and compete against rivals.” 2007–2008 National Pet Owners …

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Life events

The greatest moments of clarity in our life will come when we look back at our journey and conclude that it was all necessary and that it’s all beautiful. Everything in our life must have happened – every single, little thing. We would not be the exact same person if any of our past experiences were different. Even …

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The mirror

There are times in life when things fall apart, when we lose something deeply important, that could  get in ourselves some news. There are times in life of bad things, bad feelings, bad words, worries … . I usually was saying: to understand your self you must to look at other people, they are your mirror. Now, it …

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rhetorical question

Today I am thinking about rhetorical question, why people are asking if they don’t need answer, question is the question, and if you are asking someone, please heart it answer, or don’t ask at all.

“deja vu” on my wall decor

Everyone have ever heard of deja vu, (this is about me) it feels like “already seen”, I have already seen my boyfriend, my place, my bright stairway, corridor. I have already heard my boyfriend’s motorcycle voice, and that he’s an architect I knew it too. Now we do a redecoration at our flat, and it’s strange that somehow …

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in “Understanding Autism Day”

Photo shoot in  very beautiful celebration called “Understanding Autism Day”. “Autism’s a very important part of who I am. I like the way I think, and I wouldn’t want to change that.” — Temple Grand. Mary Temple Grandin – is an American professor of animal science at Colorado State University, a best-selling author, an autistic activist, and a …

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