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Stop for a minute. Enjoy life! I see all around me people rushing all the time. Even for small things, shopping and walking they are rushing. Why? Live the moment! Shops will be there tomorrow. We got so caught in our life that we forget to actually enjoy it.

Take 5 – 10 minutes every day and just relax. Find a corner in the garden or house and have 5 minutes of silence. Close your eyes and dream. Go to your happy place, if you have one or build a happy place right there.

We are different, so what makes me happy maybe is not for you. Read, run, play or just stay on a chair with closed eyes. You know better.

Why? Life is so short. You realize after so many years that you forgot to live the present. Be a good person. It will make you feel better…

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Categories: psychology

raynotbradbury

Living in Sweden/Born in USSR. Happy. Ayurvedic food. Healthy lifestyle. Dogs. Literature. Painting. Meditation/Yoga. I love my life.
"It does not matter how long you are spending on the earth, how much money you have gathered or how much attention you have received. It is the amount of positive vibration you have radiated in life that matters" A. Ray

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  1. Do miss you here! You have that special talent, that makes people want to ‘think! Besides, how are we going to stay healthy without your recipes?? 🙂 🙂

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    1. But I’m not a blogger and I’m not a writer:) I don’t have any “special” talents…wanna think? Google hahahaha
      Recipes? Lol I post bcz lazy to write or be online :))

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    1. I was sick, bronchitis. But I’m much better now :)) I’m so lazy to write lol kinda don’t wanna be online. I’m non-online-girl haha hope u r fine! :))

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      1. Ohh get well soon. And yes it happens after some time getting bored with virtual world and not willing to write. Hope you come up with something soon. And yes I’m just fine. 😃

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  2. Peace is more on the road to contentment. Happy is a byproduct! Those moments of peaceful contentment build up a structure of happy. Cool stuff, Ray!

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