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Don"t just sit there

Jane Butterworth

Don"t just sit there

the action handbook.

by Jane Butterworth

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Published by Purnell in Hemel Hempstead .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL22309864M
ISBN 100361085680
OCLC/WorldCa21598082

  Don’t Just Sit There DO SOMETHING! I’m not personally big into the whole televangelism scene. However, there’s a show on TV called the “Hour of Power” that had a moment long ago that’s still ingrained in my head.. The program was hosted by Reverend Robert Schuller from until his grandson took over in (thanks, Wikipedia!).   Don't Just Sit There will get you excited to go beyond where you think you can go. I'm buying many copies and slingin' them to all of my friends."--Miki Agrawal, co-founder of THINX, TUSHY, Wild & author of Do Cool Shit and Disrupt-Her "Don't Just Sit There is a lovely, wise, and practical guide to being here on earth/5(68).

So Don't Just Sit There has got really simple stuff like, ok, just sit differently. Don't ditch the chair, keep the shoes, keep the office. Don't ditch the chair, keep the shoes, keep the office. Don't do anything else but like hopefully you have enough sovereignty over the position of your pelvis in your chair.   Whether it’s a task at work, homework from school, an errand to run, something to fix, or something else to worry about – taking time to just “sit there” does not often get prioritized. This quote can act as a reminder for us to make space for ourselves as well, and sit down to meditate and relax. Even if it means putting down the.

  Don’t Do Something; Just Sit There. By Abigail Zuger, M.d. J pm J pm. Photo. Credit Chris Gash. Hard Cases. Dr. Abigail Zuger on the everyday ethical issues doctors face. Educational opportunities abound in medicine. But it turns out there is exactly nowhere to learn the single hardest skill of all. Don’t Just Sit There! is a guidebook that will empower you to dive into meditation by helping you work through the not-so-peaceful side of achieving peace. With insights on forty-four laws of human experience, it provides week-by-week instructions to process each one. From the Law of Focus to the Law of Desire, these aspects of spiritual life.


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