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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- How do you make decisions? Having a clear life direction makes it easier. Evanescent boundaries (Seth’s Blog – Seth Godin)
- A lot of suffering comes from not allowing yourself off the hook. We all make mistakes, forgive yourself. Five ways to forgive yourself and let go of painful regret (Wildmind – Bodhipaksa)
- “Success” (wealth, health and happiness) comes from pursuing good habits and stopping bad habits. Wealth, Health and Happiness is Just a Habit Away (Rich Habits – Tom Corley)
- What was the last USELESS thing you purchased off of Amazon that you didn’t really need? We Are All Accumulating Mountains of Things (The Atlantic – Alana Semuels)
- On luck and the difficulties of admitting just how lucky we are. I totally agree with the driving bit… The radical moral implications of luck in human life (Vox – David Roberts)
- Too much ‘Love’ talk focuses on me. What if you focused on the other? How to Love: Legendary Zen Buddhist Teacher Thich Nhat Hanh on Mastering the Art of “Interbeing” (Brainpickings – Maria Popova)
- I’m guessing you are higher up the income ladder than you think. Where do you fit on the global income spectrum? (Washington Post – Leslie Shapiro and Heather Long)
- Is Winnie the Pooh the best investor in the 100 Acre Wood? Investing Lessons From Christopher Robin’s Friends (Evidence Based Investor – Robin Powell)