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The Kindness Paradigm (41)

We are obligated by birth to pursue and explore our interests. We each are gifted at something. It is our duty to find that thing and live our lives in the thrill of doing that thing. Why? Because one cannot feel … Continue reading

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The Kindness Paradigm (39)

The Kindness Paradigm has been developed to provide common understanding among all people and all peoples so that we may move forward towards a clear goal, that goal being that every individual flourishes. Cheryl Jensen, November 8, 2014 at Lake Goodwin, Washington

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The Kindness Paradigm (37)

We must help one another feel safe and secure both mentally and physically so that we as individuals may feel free to follow our heart’s desire. We must do this simply because it is following the call of the heart that brings … Continue reading

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The Kindness Paradigm (36)

Finding one’s passion is important because exploring It, whatever It is, produces feelings of keen interest, satisfaction and well-being. Cheryl Jensen, November 8, 2014 at Lake Goodwin, Washington

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The Kindness Paradigm (35)

When the individual thrives the community thrives, not the other way around. Cheryl Jensen, November 8, 2014 at Lake Goodwin, Washington

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The Kindness Paradigm (33)

Success is not measured in dollars it is measured in Happiness Units. Cheryl Jensen, November 6, 2014 at Lake Goodwin, Washington

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The Kindness Paradigm: A Reminder

Just in case you’ve forgotten about The Kindness Paradigm I’d like to repost this from February, 2014: Seemingly every political candidate runs their race on a platform of ‘change’ yet as a people we don’t have a clear vision of … Continue reading

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What Does President Obama Need to Do to Solve the World’s Conflict? (Revisited) (Part 2 of 3)

Question:     President Obama is in a powerful leadership position in the world. There’s nothing he can do to end the conflict(s) going on? Higgins:     Let’s use an example our friends Abraham-Hicks have used. In their example, you are walking down … Continue reading

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What Does President Obama Need to Do to Solve the World’s Conflict? (Part 1 of 3)

Question:     What does President Obama need to do to solve the world’s conflict? Higgins:     Nothing. There is nothing one person can do to end the conflict that is occurring. The problem is a social problem solved only by uplifting each and … Continue reading

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How to Stop the Fighting in the Middle East

Question:     I asked you, “How can we stop the fighting in the Middle East?” Your response was, “We suggest you do not try to stop the fighting. Instead, we suggest you focus your attention on solving the problems that cause the … Continue reading

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