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The Great Summer of 2012

Midlife Celebration and the Dalai Lama think alike

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mind... attitude... choices.... every day... the only thing we can control

Midlife Celebration and the Dalai Lama think alike. Really? How do I know for sure?

I don’t. And that’s a big part of midlife celebration…. there’s no way to prove much of anything in life, unless it’s scientific and involves math, physics, etc.

Therefore, there comes a time and a place when we need to take control and be decisive. Midlife is perfect.

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Something the Dalai Lama would never say

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accidental photo... it seems to fit here... randomly on purpose.... huh? exactly

The Internet mirrors society. If you don’t like what you see in the mirror, don’t break the mirror. – Vint Cerf

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The Great Summer of 2012

Is the Dalai Lama following Mid Life Celebration’s blogs?

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The Dalai Lama is neither American nor a Dad... guessing he reads a few blogs

When we arrive at our Mid Life Celebration, we confirm what jeff noel and the Dalai Lama have been saying all along…

Every one of us is getting older, which is a natural process. Time is constantly moving on, second by second. Nothing can stop it, but what we can do is use our time properly; that is in our hands. Whether we believe in a spiritual tradition or not, we need to use our time meaningfully. If over days, weeks, months and years, we have used our time in a meaningful way – when our last day comes, we’ll be happy, we’ll have no regrets.  – Dalai Lama

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Mid Life Clues

“The interesting thing about greed is that although the underlying motive is to seek satisfaction, even after obtaining the object of one’s desire, one is still not satisfied, it becomes limitless or boundless and that leads to trouble. On the other hand, if one has a strong sense of contentment, it doesn’t matter whether one obtains the object or not; either way, one is still content.” — Dalai Lama