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[…] The Dalai Lama was contemplating Mexico when he said, “Remember that not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck”. Thank you El. […]
Love this post. #4 from the Dalai Lama blew me away this week with new friends, love and fun. Cheers from Baja California.
I especially like the bottom two – something I could improve on.
Brilliant! Thank you for sharing~
[…] stumbled upon this post this morning and it got me thinking. It seems that everywhere you turn, someone (myself included) […]
Thanks for taking the time to read some of my posts. Your post made me think and Ill be including a link to it on my blog soon!
Glad you are enjoying my pictures of York, England, Elena – more to come.
You have an interesting blog.
Thank you for helping to make the world smile. 🙂
inspiring to read those words. Things I need to remember on many occasions. Thanks for stopping by my blog – I am still exploring the wonderful writing on wordpress
I liked reading the life lessons by the Dalai Lama. Sometimes we forget whats important. Keep up the good posts.
The truth that I stumbled upon was this question in an E.B. White short story “The Second Tree from the Corner” – What Do You Want? If people would honestly answer that question, life would be so much easier! And now that I’ve answered it myself, I’m doing what makes me happy. 🙂 Thanks for your insights, Elena, and for stopping by my site.
So true! Thank you Stacy for reading my blog.
By the way, those were my first words to my now bf .. : ))
great words to live by, thank you for sharing.
The truth is we all are interdependent and ironically we seek our unicity through each other’s eyes. Everything we feel and think is bounced off of others. We are such complex beings but yet have such simple needs that we somehow forgot,lost. I have come to believe that the key to our so called happiness is pursuing it as IT has no boundaries it can not be reached or touched it can only be, exist. You have found the path to what you will never reach but the journey is what you really seek for. Yours, Mihai J.
Wow! Love, love, love this!! Thank you for sharing your wisdom! Yes, the journey … all we have is now
We should all read this regularly, a prayer that is worth remembering often…thanks
I like this, partricularly “Travel Often” and “Spend some time alone each day”.
They are great keys to a richer life.
100 % agree! A lot of people tend to overschedule their kids, their partners and their own life.. to the point where one can not hear himself anymore ..
We so need to be reminded from time to time to keep that passion uppermost. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Great words indeed.
Following one’s passions (as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone) will always lead us to contentment.
Thanks so much for following my blog! I followed yours too. It looks like we have some overlapping interests, including travel and Africa, among other places. Glad you like the shot of Kili! It was a souvenir from my climb. Good luck if you climb it on your next visit to Tanzania! Glad I did it but not sure I would do it again, although of course I’m a glutton for punishment and am planning to hike the Himilayas next year.
The sayings in “This is your Life” are so true. I needed to write, so I quit my day job as a diplomat. Life is too short not to follow your dream.
Let’s keep in touch.
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I could have written this myself, is it too big to get made into a tattoo so I never forget?
[…] is posted on a wonderful person’s Word press blog, Ms. Levon Travelling (https://mselenalevontraveling.com/2012/01/26/whats-your-passion/) it’s called “What’s your […]
I hope you don’t mind if I reblog this cause I love it. Thanks for visiting my site.
Please do.. maybe it will help someone else who sees it take that first step as well..
Thank you Mike! and I’m looking forward to reading about your crazy motocross adventures.. ( can I call it that ? )
ps – may there always be a road..
Rule 1 of the instructions is the greatest truth of all yet so many people get it wrong. Your blog is a perfect testament to that though.
I love your blog! It’s really beautiful. Thank you for checking out mine as well. Just getting started but enjoying the ride so far 🙂
Your blog is one for the world to see. Thanks. 🙂
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Thanks for stopping by my blog. Returning the love. Your blog is the shiz-nit. Haha. I’m jealous you got to walk with tigers in Africa, something I need to cross off the list! Keep up the adventures!
And I’m hoping to get to Malaysia.. ; )
Best place to hang out with tigers (that I know of) is the Tiger Temple just outside of Bangkok. It’s amazing! Monks raise the tigers and you can walk with them, touch them, and even play with the babies…as crazy as that sounds, you really can. I’ll post about it soon and include some incredible pictures. http://www.reallifeallyson.wordpress.com
There are no coincidences, I am so happy to connect with you at this time!
Enjoy your journey~
Lovely post. I try to follow every one of the items on your list, except “stop over analysing”. Oh boy, if I could get that one down, I’d have so much less angst in life. 🙂
Enjoy the day. I’ll be back to visit.
I have the same point to master .. ; )
Wow I really Love this post. Very Powerful and inspiring. LIfe is beautiful and this post really makes you want to appreciate living it to the fullest.
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