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    anirbas
    September 14, 2008
    8:15 PM
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    May 30, 2008
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    May 13, 2008
    8:42 PM
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    Good to have slipped by...Plan to slip by the group, at least, a bit more often...And thank you so much for the Mother's Day sentiment...It's adorable! Swear I'm going to try some of your cinnamon and honey concoctions! Spreading it on toast sounds most tasteful! Gotta run... Heading off to venerate my own mom with a visit from her daughter and grandaughter...Take care and blessed be...

    anirbas
    May 11, 2008
    9:10 PM
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    .............. To The World She's One..To Her She is Her World.... Love Peace light & forever Happiness Hugs Mille Xoxo

    millefeori
    May 11, 2008
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    May 9, 2008
    10:43 PM
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    thanks for the pics Daisy, ChillOutCafe and Millefiori! and thanks for the New Year's greeting, Brighteye, I'm just getting around to seeing...and LW...hey... whaz up, Popasan? anyways, obviously, I don't make it by to often, folks...please, forgive me for not replying to all of you earlier...

    anirbas
    May 9, 2008
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    DaisyHeadMaisie
    May 3, 2008
    11:11 AM
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    In our noisy world, we often find ourselves longing for peace and searching to find it somewhere else. While it's true that there are places we can visit where we can experience peace, such as sacred sites or buildings, we do not need to wait until we get to one of these places to feel at peace. Instead, we can learn to locate the seed of peace inside ourselves and cultivate it so that it grows into a reliable source of serenity that we can always access, no matter where we are. We experience peace when we are in a state of mental calm and serenity. It might surprise you to notice how infrequently you allow yourself to be free from anxiety. Realizing this is the first step to inner peace. If you wait until all the details of your life are taken care of to allow yourself to experience peace, you will never feel peaceful because there is always something that your mind can grab onto to create anxiety. It is important to consciously set aside your worries and make time to cultivate inner peace. Ideally, you could schedule time each day to meditate on peace and experience what it feels like to be calm and serene. It takes practice to learn how to let go of your worries, so give yourself some time. Inhale deeply, and feel your worries dissolve with every exhale. Remind yourself that soon enough you will be able to take care of everything you need to, but right now you are taking a break. As the clutter of your thoughts and concerns clear away, you will start to feel more serene. Allow yourself to move deeper into this state with each inhale. Realize that you have the power to free yourself from anxiety simply by deciding to do so. The more you practice feeling peaceful, the easier it will be for you to feel at peace. http://www.dailyom.com/articles/2006/3008.html

    ChillOutCafe
    April 28, 2008
    4:43 AM
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