by Ed and Deb Shapiro: No one can really enjoy getting angry. It’s like drinking poison or being stuck in glue — it can arise out of nowhere and often outstays its welcome.
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by Ed and Deb Shapiro: He turned 78 last Saturday and still says he meditates for three hours every day, starting at 4 a.m.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Bill Gates is a rare breed. He defies what most billionaires appear to be:
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Think of a person who’s wronged you—maybe it’s even yourself.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Anger can be an effective expression of passion for justice and fairness, for basic rightness, for what is appropriate and humane.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Between balancing work and your personal life, it may seem like you don’t have time to try anything new.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: What is your greatest fear? Ed’s mother died when he was only five days old. How does a child grow up without the fear of losing loved ones?
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: The purpose of most spiritual teachings is to reach enlightenment, a state of pure awareness and inner joy.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: No matter how hard we want to, there’s one thing we can never do, and that’s change the past.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: While in Greece we were invited to a local village dance.