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When You Control Your Thinking You Control Everything That Effects You In Your Sphere Of Influence, You Become The Dominating Factor In Your Own Life. Tony B

When You Control Your Thinking You Control Everything That Effects You In Your Sphere Of Influence, You Become The Dominating Factor In Your Own Life. Tony B

"El que quiere vivir el placer sin el dolor, y el orden sin el desorden, no entiende las leyes del cielo y la tierra"

"El que quiere vivir el placer sin el dolor, y el orden sin el desorden, no entiende las leyes del cielo y la tierra"

3. In Ancient China, women had limited options for work because they were required to bind their feet. This process happened at age five or six. This caused great pain to the women, limiting their mobility confining them to their home. The poorer class did not engage in this practice because they needed their women to work in the fields or markets.

3. In Ancient China, women had limited options for work because they were required to bind their feet. This process happened at age five or six. This caused great pain to the women, limiting their mobility confining them to their home. The poorer class did not engage in this practice because they needed their women to work in the fields or markets.

Mozi (Chinese: 墨子; pinyin: Mòzǐ; Wade–Giles: Mo Tzu, Lat. as Micius, ca. 470 BC – ca. 391 BC), original name Mo Di (墨翟), was a Chinese philosopher during the Hundred Schools of Thought period

Mozi (Chinese: 墨子; pinyin: Mòzǐ; Wade–Giles: Mo Tzu, Lat. as Micius, ca. 470 BC – ca. 391 BC), original name Mo Di (墨翟), was a Chinese philosopher during the Hundred Schools of Thought period

Though the Master does nothing,  her not-doing is the opposite of inaction.  Because she acts without effort,  each task does itself in its own time.  Her body may move or not move,  but her mind is always at ease. ~ Chuang-tzu (From 'The Second Book of Tao', Chapter 37, by Stephen Mitchell)

Though the Master does nothing, her not-doing is the opposite of inaction. Because she acts without effort, each task does itself in its own time. Her body may move or not move, but her mind is always at ease. ~ Chuang-tzu (From 'The Second Book of Tao', Chapter 37, by Stephen Mitchell)

Qingming; Its name denotes a time for people to go outside and enjoy the greenery of springtime (踏青 Tàqīng, "treading on the greenery") and tend to the graves of departed ones.

Qingming; Its name denotes a time for people to go outside and enjoy the greenery of springtime (踏青 Tàqīng, "treading on the greenery") and tend to the graves of departed ones.

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