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Every Thing Is Borrowed

The other day My GirlFriend Amanda found a passed on Pigeon on Our balcony. It was in a cuddled up position as though it just sat there to calmly pass away. It inspired Me to think, that the Form was there but the Life was gone. I came to the conclusion that all that is in Our Experiences is borrowed. Think of any thing that is ‘not’ borrowed in essence?

This applies to every thing! From the form, to the formless. It is very settling to know that when We are done here with this Experience, every thing We have accumulated stays behind as We Simply move on. It’s funny how majority of Our society is all about owning this and that, but in fact every thing is only borrowed.

You can Now relax at trying to own every thing in Your Experience, it will relieve a lot of unnecessary stress You may have in regards to this mission. When You relinquish to not owning any thing, then no thing can Be ever taken from You, for You are Simply borrowing it. These are Easy words to write and say, but is it Easy to Do. When You make it habitual, it becomes Easy. Just like any thing, once it You get use to Doing it, then it is Easy and Simple.

I remember a line from a song by ‘The Bouncing Souls’ called ‘New Day’. It goes “I say live for today, Cuz everything you have is just borrowed!”. So I know I Am not the only one who knows this 🙂

Enjoy!

QuanSite


Ready To Unleash The Power Of Blogs in Your Business?

It’s been simmering below the surface for
years and now this power shift has finally boiled over into simultaneous national recognition.

Like
Goliath being slain with a lowly slingshot, the mainstream media (in the form
of Dan Rather) came to the undeniable realization that they were no longer in
control of information.

Within 30-minutes of that
now infamous TV special on ‚ ’60-Minutes II’ broadcast bloggers were digging into
the facts and questioning the validity of what had just been presented by the
42-year broadcast veteran. In less than one week, CBS admitted it could
“no longer vouch” for the memos. And just weeks after the election,
Rather announced his retirement and the blogosphere won another victory.

No matter what your
political affiliation is, this incident is one very public example of the power
of blogging. Blogging is quickly accelerating into a steeping, sloping growth
curve of popularity and application. ABC News selected Bloggers as ‚’People of
the Year‚’, and Merriam-Webster declared ‚’blog’ its ‚’word of the year.‚’

Putting the power of blogs to work for your business can have more an impact than you can imagine… and it’s easier than you might think.

It puts the power of
information and the impact of influence in the hands of the ‚’average Joe’ It
makes instant publishing a reality regardless of your technical skill level.
And it’s a business growth tool that the savvy small business owner can no
longer afford to ignore.

The world’s oldest, most effective form of communication
and marketing on steroids!

So why is blogging gaining
popularity so quickly? What’s the
attraction? And why is it so darn
powerful?

The answer is quite simple
when you consider history and human nature.

Blogging is an unstoppable
technological force that exponentially multiplies the world’s oldest, most
favorite, and most trusted form of information sharing — word of mouth.

Think about it. Who do you trust the most to give you advice,
recommendations, and information about opportunities, purchases, or choices?

If you‚’re like the vast
majority of people, it’s the opinion of someone you know and trust. Someone who
you feel is just like you. That type of trust comes from personal
communication, social interaction, and the joining together of like-minded
individuals.

Blogs and the blogging
community deliver all that — and more.

Now is the time to master
business blogging and put it to use for you! Do it before other proactive
business owners step into your ideal niche and muscle you out of this primetime
opportunity.

You
can learn more about blogs and business blogging in particular at

QuanSite

Enjoy!