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Be Still (Daily Chill)

Be Still (Daily Chill)


Chillout: Too much busyness is like creeping ivy slowly enclosing you. Cut it back so you can create some quiet space for yourself to simply be still.




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5:11AM PDT on Aug 4, 2012

Thank you

5:09AM PDT on Aug 4, 2012

Thank you

4:33PM PDT on Aug 3, 2012

good reminder

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12:58AM PDT on Aug 3, 2012

Delightful, being still allows one to be more mindful of the rhythmic purrs of the cat that owns me, reminding me that the pruning of the ivy is necessary for a better quality of life.Being constantly busy fills one's life with too much noise and not even time to simply relax.

12:28AM PDT on Aug 3, 2012

Thank you both..

4:09PM PDT on Aug 2, 2012

great advice thanks

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