August 2014 Rundown – 101 Links

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Another month come and gone! Nearly every day, I add my favorite articles from around the web to the home page, then at the end of the month I present them to you in a collection. This is the collection for August 2014.

My hope is that these collections help those in troubled or unfocused times… each link a little light in a dark sky. Blessings again, my friends.


10 Highlights from August 2014

Ultimately, I hope that I have presented you with a resource that you will return to if and when you have need for it. But, in case you don’t – here’s my top ten list, my favorite articles that you should be sure to read.

  1. How to Change Someone’s Story – handsfreemama.com
  2. Mother Theresa of Calcutta – inspiremetoday.com
  3. The Sunrise is Gone – penniehunt.com
  4. Sir Lyonel’s Choice – programminglife.net
  5. You Don’t Have to Plan Your Business (or Your Life) – wakeupcloud.com
  6. Living in oneness – beyondmeds.com
  7. Finding the Divine Inside – mindfullymusing.com
  8. A simple guide to practical spirituality – goodlifezen.com
  9. Borrowing A Beat Down On Your Way To Greatness. – danwaldschmidt.com
  10. Minimalist Madness: An Obsession With Possession – ajwalton.com

Inspirations

The garden of your heart leads you into the meadows and forests of bliss, should you seek to turn to warm yourself in the sunlight. Here are some seeds for your garden.

  1. 4 Signs You’re Afraid To Follow Your Heart – mindbodygreen.com
  2. 7 Life-Changing Lessons From My Life’s Lowest Point – consciouslifenews.com
  3. 7 Ludicrous Lies You Keep Telling Yourself – addicted2success.com
  4. A Relationship Worth Protecting – handsfreemama.com
  5. Book Review: The Return of Merlin, by Deepak Chopra – programminglife.net
  6. Borrowing A Beat Down On Your Way To Greatness. – danwaldschmidt.com
  7. Depression and the Call to Adventure – beyondmeds.com
  8. Drowning Men in the Sea of Happiness – programminglife.net
  9. Finding Your Footing in New Beginnings – handsfreemama.com
  10. How to Change Someone’s Story – handsfreemama.com
  11. How You Can Find Yourself By Losing Yourself – tinybuddha.com
  12. July 2014 Rundown – 140 Links – programminglife.net
  13. Just leave me to do my work! – sethgodin.typepad.com
  14. Keep Your Fork – beliefnet.com
  15. Kundalini rising (A poem for your fire) – daniellelaporte.com
  16. Life on Repeat – handsfreemama.com
  17. Making Yourself Work – zenhabits.net
  18. Mother Theresa of Calcutta – inspiremetoday.com
  19. Mystic Songs – programminglife.net
  20. On sanity and self-inquiry – beyondmeds.com
  21. Simplicity and Virtue – programminglife.net
  22. Sir Lyonel’s Choice – programminglife.net
  23. Stepping a Little Closer to “The Truth.” – mindfullymusing.com
  24. Stop Blaming Your Day Job – 99u.com
  25. Taking Time to Play – mindfullymusing.com
  26. The Burdens Loom – programminglife.net
  27. The Extra Kiss (Poem) – inspiremetoday.com
  28. The Marching Numbers – programminglife.net
  29. The Sunrise is Gone – penniehunt.com
  30. To Pay Attention is Our Greatest Work. – mindfullymusing.com
  31. Transforming Difficulty into Joy – zenpsychiatry.com
  32. What Ties Possibility and Expression – inspiremetoday.com
  33. When Nothing Feels Like Enough: Filling the Void of Spiritual Need – tinybuddha.com
  34. You could wreck this (if you want to) – sethgodin.typepad.com
  35. Your Greatest Responsibility – inspiremetoday.com

Affirmations

It’s not always easy to see the light, the warmth, the humanity and love. We must lend our convictions to those truths that ennoble us against the dark – belief is the means by which we can have the eyes to see.

  1. 3 Truths About Spiritual Clumsiness – intentionsdaily.blogspot.com
  2. 6 Mantras For Accomplishing Your Wildest Dreams – mindbodygreen.com
  3. Allowing Your Inner Turmoils to Untangle – thechangeblog.com
  4. Finding the Divine Inside – mindfullymusing.com
  5. Krishna: The Original Avatar – huffingtonpost.com
  6. One for All and All for One, Once and for All – inspiremetoday.com
  7. The First Step to Managing Change – inspiremetoday.com
  8. The Lesson of the Koi. – mindfullymusing.com
  9. The Sights of Darkness and Light – programminglife.net
  10. The Stories We Tell into Reality – theordinarybuddha.wordpress.com
  11. This Path to Awakening. – mindfullymusing.com
  12. Who Is Really In Control? – intentionsdaily.blogspot.com

Individual Improvement

The practicality of spirituality and of happiness is easily confused by greed or fear – drives based on ego that lock us into cages we fashion in our hearts. Having the heart and the eyes, we must yet learn how to wander free.

  1. 12 Reasons To Go Plant-Based – mindbodygreen.com
  2. 5 Everyday Practices to Living the Good Life – theunboundedspirit.com
  3. 8 Alerts You’re Overworked Even When You Don’t Feel You Are (Go Home Now!) – lifehack.org
  4. A simple guide to practical spirituality – goodlifezen.com
  5. Appreciation: A Truly Humane Art – inspiremetoday.com
  6. Backlogged? Work Like You’re Going On Vacation – 99u.com
  7. Carl Jung on living an authentic life – beyondmeds.com
  8. Creating Boundaries Between You and Your Bad Habits – theemotionmachine.com
  9. Frugality and Hoarding – thesimpledollar.com
  10. How Mood Is Affected By #Food – twowisegals.wordpress.com
  11. How To Access A Divine Perspective In The Face Of Extreme Pain – mindbodygreen.com
  12. How to Believe in Yourself – zenhabits.net
  13. How to Help Kids Cope with Irrational Fears – lifehacker.com
  14. How to Smack Down Your Inner Critic Once and For All – thechangeblog.com
  15. How To Use Spirituality To Recover From Addiction – mindbodygreen.com
  16. I Pulled Away From My Tribes (And Why You May Want To) – huffingtonpost.com
  17. I Was So Afraid of Failing That I Wasn’t Really Living. Here’s How I Took My Sanity Back – greatist.com
  18. Inhabit the Moment – zenhabits.net
  19. Living in oneness – beyondmeds.com
  20. Minimalist Madness: An Obsession With Possession – ajwalton.com
  21. Overcome Social Anxiety with the 3-Second Rule – lifehacker.com
  22. Own Your Attention, It’s All You Really Have – lifehacker.com
  23. Reactive Versus Responsive, How to Change – inspir3.com
  24. Selecting Projects Wisely – stevepavlina.com
  25. Stop Trying To Change Who You Are! – dumblittleman.com
  26. Taming the Wild Horse Mind – mindfullymusing.com
  27. The 6 Most Surprisingly Unhealthy Beverages – wisebread.com
  28. The Best Thing a Parent Can do for a Highly Emotional Child – lifehack.org
  29. The Importance of Self-Awareness, and How to Become More Self Aware – lifehacker.com
  30. The Inner World of Trauma – beyondmeds.com
  31. The Lies Your Mind Tells You to Prevent Life Changes – zenhabits.net
  32. The Vitamin Which May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia – spring.org.uk
  33. Triune Brain: How to Switch Off Anger, Scarcity Mindset and Fear – simonarich.com
  34. When Positive Thinking Doesn’t Help – tinybuddha.com
  35. Why Being Idle Can Lead to Better Thinking – lifehacker.com
  36. You Don’t Have to Plan Your Business (or Your Life) – wakeupcloud.com

Community Awareness

Finally, those who wander into the woods of bliss must inevitably return to the towns. Here are the tides of the people, our community of hearts who seek to rise above the power structures.

  1. American Banks Just Posted Their Second-Highest Quarterly Profit On Record – thinkprogress.org
  2. Arizona Church Defies Immigration Officials, Shelters Undocumented Immigrant – thinkprogress.org
  3. Bangladesh garment workers win overdue pay after 11-day hunger strike – wagingnonviolence.org
  4. Big Oil Companies Pay Just A 11.7 Percent Tax Rate, Report Finds – thinkprogress.org
  5. Duke Energy Spilled At Least 5,000 Gallons Of Diesel Into The Ohio River On Monday – thinkprogress.org
  6. For Many Vietnam Veterans, The War Still Isn’t Over – thinkprogress.org
  7. How to Tell Your Kids “No” When It Comes to Spending – moneyning.com
  8. India Makes CSR A Requirement for Companies – triplepundit.com
  9. It Takes A Village To Help Teens Battle Depression – thinkprogress.org
  10. Missouri Governor Declares State Of Emergency In Ferguson, Sets Curfew – thinkprogress.org
  11. Monsoon Floods Hit North India, 200 Villages under Water – scientificamerican.com
  12. Nestle Makes New Animal Welfare Commitments – triplepundit.com
  13. Not Necessarily a Bad Thing! When Your Child Won’t Listen #Parenting – twowisegals.wordpress.com
  14. Nurturing the Littlest of Souls – mindfullymusing.com
  15. There Is A Man In Texas Who Has Been Imprisoned 34 Years Without A Conviction – thinkprogress.org
  16. Thousands surround British nuclear weapons factory in seven-mile-long ‘peace scarf’ – wagingnonviolence.org
  17. U.N. Releases Shocking New Estimate Of People Killed In Syria – thinkprogress.org
  18. U.S. Judge: Federal Government Can Seize Emails Even If They’re Stored Overseas – thinkprogress.org

Previous Rundowns

This wasn’t as big as most previous rundowns, but still I’d be surprised to hear that you ran out of reading! Yet, there’s hundreds more from previous months for such avid readers. 🙂

Another month come and gone! Nearly every day, I add my favorite articles from around the web to the home page, then at the end of the month I present them to you in a collection. This is the collection for August 2014.

My hope is that these collections help those in troubled or unfocused times… each link a little light in a dark sky. Blessings again, my friends.


10 Highlights from August 2014

Ultimately, I hope that I have presented you with a resource that you will return to if and when you have need for it. But, in case you don’t – here’s my top ten list, my favorite articles that you should be sure to read.

  1. How to Change Someone’s Story – handsfreemama.com
  2. Mother Theresa of Calcutta – inspiremetoday.com
  3. The Sunrise is Gone – penniehunt.com
  4. Sir Lyonel’s Choice – programminglife.net
  5. You Don’t Have to Plan Your Business (or Your Life) – wakeupcloud.com
  6. Living in oneness – beyondmeds.com
  7. Finding the Divine Inside – mindfullymusing.com
  8. A simple guide to practical spirituality – goodlifezen.com
  9. Borrowing A Beat Down On Your Way To Greatness. – danwaldschmidt.com
  10. Minimalist Madness: An Obsession With Possession – ajwalton.com

Inspirations

The garden of your heart leads you into the meadows and forests of bliss, should you seek to turn to warm yourself in the sunlight. Here are some seeds for your garden.

  1. 4 Signs You’re Afraid To Follow Your Heart – mindbodygreen.com
  2. 7 Life-Changing Lessons From My Life’s Lowest Point – consciouslifenews.com
  3. 7 Ludicrous Lies You Keep Telling Yourself – addicted2success.com
  4. A Relationship Worth Protecting – handsfreemama.com
  5. Book Review: The Return of Merlin, by Deepak Chopra – programminglife.net
  6. Borrowing A Beat Down On Your Way To Greatness. – danwaldschmidt.com
  7. Depression and the Call to Adventure – beyondmeds.com
  8. Drowning Men in the Sea of Happiness – programminglife.net
  9. Finding Your Footing in New Beginnings – handsfreemama.com
  10. How to Change Someone’s Story – handsfreemama.com
  11. How You Can Find Yourself By Losing Yourself – tinybuddha.com
  12. July 2014 Rundown – 140 Links – programminglife.net
  13. Just leave me to do my work! – sethgodin.typepad.com
  14. Keep Your Fork – beliefnet.com
  15. Kundalini rising (A poem for your fire) – daniellelaporte.com
  16. Life on Repeat – handsfreemama.com
  17. Making Yourself Work – zenhabits.net
  18. Mother Theresa of Calcutta – inspiremetoday.com
  19. Mystic Songs – programminglife.net
  20. On sanity and self-inquiry – beyondmeds.com
  21. Simplicity and Virtue – programminglife.net
  22. Sir Lyonel’s Choice – programminglife.net
  23. Stepping a Little Closer to “The Truth.” – mindfullymusing.com
  24. Stop Blaming Your Day Job – 99u.com
  25. Taking Time to Play – mindfullymusing.com
  26. The Burdens Loom – programminglife.net
  27. The Extra Kiss (Poem) – inspiremetoday.com
  28. The Marching Numbers – programminglife.net
  29. The Sunrise is Gone – penniehunt.com
  30. To Pay Attention is Our Greatest Work. – mindfullymusing.com
  31. Transforming Difficulty into Joy – zenpsychiatry.com
  32. What Ties Possibility and Expression – inspiremetoday.com
  33. When Nothing Feels Like Enough: Filling the Void of Spiritual Need – tinybuddha.com
  34. You could wreck this (if you want to) – sethgodin.typepad.com
  35. Your Greatest Responsibility – inspiremetoday.com

Affirmations

It’s not always easy to see the light, the warmth, the humanity and love. We must lend our convictions to those truths that ennoble us against the dark – belief is the means by which we can have the eyes to see.

  1. 3 Truths About Spiritual Clumsiness – intentionsdaily.blogspot.com
  2. 6 Mantras For Accomplishing Your Wildest Dreams – mindbodygreen.com
  3. Allowing Your Inner Turmoils to Untangle – thechangeblog.com
  4. Finding the Divine Inside – mindfullymusing.com
  5. Krishna: The Original Avatar – huffingtonpost.com
  6. One for All and All for One, Once and for All – inspiremetoday.com
  7. The First Step to Managing Change – inspiremetoday.com
  8. The Lesson of the Koi. – mindfullymusing.com
  9. The Sights of Darkness and Light – programminglife.net
  10. The Stories We Tell into Reality – theordinarybuddha.wordpress.com
  11. This Path to Awakening. – mindfullymusing.com
  12. Who Is Really In Control? – intentionsdaily.blogspot.com

Individual Improvement

The practicality of spirituality and of happiness is easily confused by greed or fear – drives based on ego that lock us into cages we fashion in our hearts. Having the heart and the eyes, we must yet learn how to wander free.

  1. 12 Reasons To Go Plant-Based – mindbodygreen.com
  2. 5 Everyday Practices to Living the Good Life – theunboundedspirit.com
  3. 8 Alerts You’re Overworked Even When You Don’t Feel You Are (Go Home Now!) – lifehack.org
  4. A simple guide to practical spirituality – goodlifezen.com
  5. Appreciation: A Truly Humane Art – inspiremetoday.com
  6. Backlogged? Work Like You’re Going On Vacation – 99u.com
  7. Carl Jung on living an authentic life – beyondmeds.com
  8. Creating Boundaries Between You and Your Bad Habits – theemotionmachine.com
  9. Frugality and Hoarding – thesimpledollar.com
  10. How Mood Is Affected By #Food – twowisegals.wordpress.com
  11. How To Access A Divine Perspective In The Face Of Extreme Pain – mindbodygreen.com
  12. How to Believe in Yourself – zenhabits.net
  13. How to Help Kids Cope with Irrational Fears – lifehacker.com
  14. How to Smack Down Your Inner Critic Once and For All – thechangeblog.com
  15. How To Use Spirituality To Recover From Addiction – mindbodygreen.com
  16. I Pulled Away From My Tribes (And Why You May Want To) – huffingtonpost.com
  17. I Was So Afraid of Failing That I Wasn’t Really Living. Here’s How I Took My Sanity Back – greatist.com
  18. Inhabit the Moment – zenhabits.net
  19. Living in oneness – beyondmeds.com
  20. Minimalist Madness: An Obsession With Possession – ajwalton.com
  21. Overcome Social Anxiety with the 3-Second Rule – lifehacker.com
  22. Own Your Attention, It’s All You Really Have – lifehacker.com
  23. Reactive Versus Responsive, How to Change – inspir3.com
  24. Selecting Projects Wisely – stevepavlina.com
  25. Stop Trying To Change Who You Are! – dumblittleman.com
  26. Taming the Wild Horse Mind – mindfullymusing.com
  27. The 6 Most Surprisingly Unhealthy Beverages – wisebread.com
  28. The Best Thing a Parent Can do for a Highly Emotional Child – lifehack.org
  29. The Importance of Self-Awareness, and How to Become More Self Aware – lifehacker.com
  30. The Inner World of Trauma – beyondmeds.com
  31. The Lies Your Mind Tells You to Prevent Life Changes – zenhabits.net
  32. The Vitamin Which May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia – spring.org.uk
  33. Triune Brain: How to Switch Off Anger, Scarcity Mindset and Fear – simonarich.com
  34. When Positive Thinking Doesn’t Help – tinybuddha.com
  35. Why Being Idle Can Lead to Better Thinking – lifehacker.com
  36. You Don’t Have to Plan Your Business (or Your Life) – wakeupcloud.com

Community Awareness

Finally, those who wander into the woods of bliss must inevitably return to the towns. Here are the tides of the people, our community of hearts who seek to rise above the power structures.

  1. American Banks Just Posted Their Second-Highest Quarterly Profit On Record – thinkprogress.org
  2. Arizona Church Defies Immigration Officials, Shelters Undocumented Immigrant – thinkprogress.org
  3. Bangladesh garment workers win overdue pay after 11-day hunger strike – wagingnonviolence.org
  4. Big Oil Companies Pay Just A 11.7 Percent Tax Rate, Report Finds – thinkprogress.org
  5. Duke Energy Spilled At Least 5,000 Gallons Of Diesel Into The Ohio River On Monday – thinkprogress.org
  6. For Many Vietnam Veterans, The War Still Isn’t Over – thinkprogress.org
  7. How to Tell Your Kids “No” When It Comes to Spending – moneyning.com
  8. India Makes CSR A Requirement for Companies – triplepundit.com
  9. It Takes A Village To Help Teens Battle Depression – thinkprogress.org
  10. Missouri Governor Declares State Of Emergency In Ferguson, Sets Curfew – thinkprogress.org
  11. Monsoon Floods Hit North India, 200 Villages under Water – scientificamerican.com
  12. Nestle Makes New Animal Welfare Commitments – triplepundit.com
  13. Not Necessarily a Bad Thing! When Your Child Won’t Listen #Parenting – twowisegals.wordpress.com
  14. Nurturing the Littlest of Souls – mindfullymusing.com
  15. There Is A Man In Texas Who Has Been Imprisoned 34 Years Without A Conviction – thinkprogress.org
  16. Thousands surround British nuclear weapons factory in seven-mile-long ‘peace scarf’ – wagingnonviolence.org
  17. U.N. Releases Shocking New Estimate Of People Killed In Syria – thinkprogress.org
  18. U.S. Judge: Federal Government Can Seize Emails Even If They’re Stored Overseas – thinkprogress.org

Previous Rundowns

This wasn’t as big as most previous rundowns, but still I’d be surprised to hear that you ran out of reading! Yet, there’s hundreds more from previous months for such avid readers. 🙂

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