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Food for Thought

Food For Thought

If something is described as providing food for thought, it’s worth seriously thinking about or considering. Just as a person is encouraged to slowly chew their food when eating, a person should carefully “digest” or think about the ideas provided.

“Do you back up your “computer” files everyday (your mind),and then replay them over and over until they are etched into your memory? Just as there is a regular clean-up of what you have stored on your computer in order to make room for your new files (new experiences and thoughts), there are times when you need to sort, delete and organize your thoughts. What new programs are available to install now?” – Brenda Freeman

“Life is like a mirror, we get the best results when we smile at it.” Author unknown
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Welcome to Mind Recipes

Mind Recipes…………..What does this name mean to you? For me,  just like in cooking, I add different ingredients to my self development journey.  Are you a person who serves up the same recipes everyday in your life, and wonder why things don't change? Or, are you like me, and use many different Recipes for Your Mind? Wait....what does cooking and self development have in common?  Well, I believe that there are times in life, that you will want  to taste the.... » read more

Mind Morsels

Mind Morsels

“Adults are always asking little kids what they want to be when they grow up because they’re looking for ideas” – Paula Poundstone

Children have such wisdom. They see life in an uncomplicated manner, and ask the age old question “Why?” As adults we can learn so much from children and probably need to ask ourselves on occasions “Why?”
Why am I feeling like this? Why am I in this situation? Why have I allowed myself to let this continue?
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