I’ve been neglecting sharing my Eastern philosophy of late, but I won’t beat myself up over this. (Beating myself up over this is a Western response, after all.)
So, I will instead congratulate myself for sharing all the Eastern philosophy that I already have shared to date, and remind my friends that follow my blog that you can at any time click on the “Eastern philosophy category” at right and get dozens of posts on the topic that you may have missed. (Likewise, you can click on any other category and get the same results. I particularly suggest clicking on the “Motivation category” since it’s a Monday and you could probably use a healthy dose of it, after you get done reading the habits of calmness below.)
And with that, here’s today’s dose of Eastern philosophy: The 7 Habits of Calmness.
Stan R. Mitchell
Oak Ridge, Tenn.
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