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The art of gratitude has a lot to give.

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The art of gratitude has a lot to give.

  Cicero called gratitude the greatest virtue and mother of all the other virtues. But beyond a long dead politician’s ideas about virtuosity, gratitude is a life changing ingredient that is transformative in its application. Cicero may have celebrated it, but gratitude has not always been one of the most widely espoused virtues, so why would it be called the mother of them all? And why might we need it now more than ever?   One of the reasons is its capacity to reinvent our perspective. Whatever is in our present pot, gratitude can transform it. It’s a powerful alchemical...


Personal Empowerment and Wellbeing through Colouring Books... And it really works! Here's why...

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Personal Empowerment and Wellbeing through Colouring Books...  And it really works!  Here's why...

It’s 2019 and information overload is a given. Smartphones have paved the way for us to receive more information every day than ever before, information from all around the world - endless, non stop, scroll-until-you-drop, 24/7 updates.     The quality of that information is questionable, and how much it nurtures our own personal growth and wellbeing is undetermined. It partly depends, perhaps, on who or what we follow on instagram, twitter and facebook. But regardless of our individual choices, favourites or careers, most of us are, to some extent, social media addicted, compelled, or at the very least in...

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