Are you an angry hippo?

The hot days of summer are about to transform you. To find out how, let’s take a stroll down to the Luangwa River and commune with our friend, the hippopotamus. Ahh… the hot and lazy days of summer. Time to relax. Time to take it easy. Just like the hippos in Africa’s Luangwa River. What do hippos in Africa have to do with you? Very little – until the hot weather turns dry. During the dry season, an amazing thing happens to the Luangwa River. It shrivels … [Read Entire Story]

Shoreline Wave Effect P.E

This is a  Shoreline Wave Effect P E ,. it requires in asset list – wave04.jpg which is inculded in the zip. (not sure if it is in Alpha’s path thou,) MeL ~ shore-wave Shoreline Wave Effect P.E was originally published on Active Worlds Tips and TricksFiled under: Uncategorized [Read Entire Story]

sparkle P.E

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Different color sprinkles flowing upward

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Breathe!

“When we’re in fear, we hold on to what we’ve got because we don’t trust that there’s more.” – Jen Sincero Life framed in fear is life framed in scarcity, life lived within limits.  It’s like taking a deep breath and refusing to exhale, refusing to allow more oxygen to flow and nourish your body. Exhale.  Let go.  Breathe.  When you allow fear to control your life, you hold on so tightly to what you’ve got that there’s no room to get more. Let go and get more.  The flow of abundance awaits. The post Breathe! appeared first on Healthy Mind Heart Body. [Read Entire Story]

Time to release

“As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison.” – Nelson Mandela It’s easy to create walls that can become your own prison.  Bitterness and hatred?   [Read Entire Story]

The problem with problems

“The problem is not that there are problems.  The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.”  – Theodore Rubin No whiners, no crybabies. The problems, the difficulties, the challenges – they are part of the normal order of life.  You ultimately have no choice but to deal with their existence… [Read Entire Story]

How to beat the dreaded winter blues even while buried under a ton of snow.

Yes, people get down in winter sometimes. But there are ways to beat the winter blues. Here are 11 of them. The surprised folks in Cairo and Jerusalem who woke up to a coating of snow on the ground might have thought it was a joyful sight. But for those of us used to four months of snow – and this year it will obviously be five… [Read Entire Story]

Do small things

“It is easy to sense and embrace meaning when life is on track.” – Anne Lamott But where to you go in the midst of chaos, and evil, and catastrophe?  Where do you go when driven crazy by noise and distraction, and people, and the meteoric speed of life?  Where do you go when tripped up by difficulties with families, relationships, and your own sense of self? You reach inside and gather the strength to do small things.  Do small things with love.  And in doing so you light a candle within.  A candle of hope, of change, of starting anew. Let today, and tomorrow, and the next day, become your opportunity to do small things.  To light … [Read Entire Story]

The obstacle is in the mirror

“If you know what you need to do to achieve your dreams, and then fail to act, then who do you blame when you don’t get what you want?” We all have a sense of what we need to do to get what we want  But many don’t.  Worse, many won’t.  Many won’t cultivate the habits, the disciplines, the desire.  Many put off taking action, deluding themselves into thinking there will … [Read Entire Story]

Work is where the WIFI is (with LogMeIn)

Once upon a time, nobody had much flexibility.  But with mobile technology, suddenly our lives have opened up to numerous possibilities.  I used LogMeIn to work remotely for a week, but this is not quite a “review” in the traditional sense. Last week I was working remotely.  But I was in fact working at home.  How could this be? Did… [Read Entire Story]

What Innovation Can Do to Your Life

It’s a talent that everyone has, yet they think they don’t. The power of innovation. If you’ve ever marvelled at somebody’s creative prowess, guess what, you can create and innovate too. It just takes time. Everyone is born creative. The box of crayons in kindergarten were not limited to those who possessed potential; because the truth is, everybody has potential. You know how long it took to learn to ride a bike or drive or to never commit the same mistake… [Read Entire Story]

Build Your Self Esteem, A Starter Guide To Self Improvement

So how do you stay calm, composed and maintain self esteem in a tough environment? Here asome tips you may to consider as a starter guide to self improvement. Imagine yourself as a Dart Board. Everything and everyone else around you may become Dart Pins, at one point or another. These dart pins will destroy your self esteem and pull you down in ways you won’t even remember. Don’t let them destroy you, or get the best of you. So which dart pins should you avoid? Dart Pin #1 : Negative Work Environment Beware of “dog eat dog” theory where everyone else is fighting just to get ahead. This is where non-appreciative people usually thrive. No one will… [Read Entire Story]

Does good debt exist?

A frugal person tries to define good debt and bad debt. When does it make sense to get a personal loan? You know me; I’m a frugal person and I hate debt of all kinds. I hate it even more now that I have too much of it, than I used to hate it when I avoided it like the plague. But some debt does make sense, so sometimes a loan makes sense. Here are a few times that even I don’t mind going into debt… Buy a home. Let’s face it, if you wait until you … [Read Entire Story]

How to Work with Consumers and Families to Accrue Community Resources

No community would successfully survive without community resources. However, many people are unaware of the resources within their communities, so how can you work to show what is available or needed. What are Community Resources? The go-to organizations or individuals that empower and equip people with tools that will benefit themselves and their communities are The post How to Work with Consumers and Families to [Read Entire Story]

Persistence or fear?

“Some people believe holding on and hanging in there are signs of great strength. However, there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go and then do it”. – Ann Landers Don’t confuse persistence with fear.  Fear of confronting reality, fear of facing failure, fear of making changes –  The post Persistence or fear? appeared first on Healthy Mind Heart Body. [Read Entire Story]

The forensics of failure

“Know why you failed.” We celebrate, or should celebrate, success of all sizes.  But what about failure? Become curious.  Become a student of forensics, the forensics of failure.  How can you overcome your challenges and limits, without also understanding your failures?   It’s difficult to set the recipe for achieving your goals without first knowing what’s The post The forensics of failure appeared first on Healthy Mind Heart Body. [Read Entire Story]

Harder, or smarter?

“Nothing wears you down like trying harder instead of smarter.” – Robert Cooper Try too hard, and watch your future vanish.  Persistence gone bad is about trying the same thing, harder and faster, day after day, and expecting different results. Step off the treadmill and take time to think, to imagine, to get inspired.   Working The post Harder, or smarter? [Read Entire Story]

Poetic Happiness

This poetic guest post is from Rodrigo Silva HumanKind searches for happiness on things they can see and touch when in fact happiness can´t be seen and is untouchable and because of that , it can be stable and endless but instead people have been building up illusions and putting their hopes on things that can end tomorrow . if there´s one thing I learned , is that life will always find … [Read Entire Story]

A Walk in the Woods – saving money and getting fit

One thing about being a parent is the incredible array of expensive things children can ask to do, such as theme parks, go-carts, movies, glow-in-the-dark mini golf, etc.  But there are still plenty of old-fashioned freebies that don’t cost an entry fee plus a round of four-dollar drinks, such as the traditional walk in the wood. If your child is like my 11-year-old…  “Let’s go!” If your child is like my… [Read Entire Story]

Goal Setting Advice I Would Give To Santa

Many of us are looking forward to the Winter Holidays and for the possibility to slow down, relax and spend time with our family. But there is someone, who has to attempt the impossible. In just one night he will have to travel almost 25,000 miles around the world, scrambling across rooftops and scaling chimneys to ensure that every single person will have presents waiting for them in the morning. He will have to organize files and files of data, matching addresses with names and compiling “naughty and nice” lists. He will have to supervise gift production for… [Read Entire Story]

End of the world – (Wordless Wednesday)

December 21 is the end of the world, so say many. And what an excellent day to end it all on. In order to celebrate this achievement of reaching our final goal… [Read Entire Story]