Weaving the fabric of a lasting relationship

Any human relationship is, for better or worse, the sum of its interactions – some making the relationship stronger and some weaker.

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Building a lasting relationship could therefore in many ways be likened to weaving a fabric, where each thread is a positive interaction. Just like a beautiful fabric has threads of many different colours, a strong relationship is built on many different kinds of interactions.

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Att väva den varaktiga relationens tyg

Varje mänskligt förhållande är (på gott eller ont) summan av dess interaktioner – vissa gör förhållandet starkare och andra svagare.

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Att bygga en varaktig relation kan därför på många sätt liknas vid att väva ett tyg, där varje tråd är en positiv interaktion. Precis som ett vackert tyg har trådar i många olika färger, bygger en stark relation på många olika slags interaktioner.

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Listen to your inner voice

In the overflow of information competing for your attention and thoughts, its more important than ever to find the sources enabling you to listen to your own inner true voice.

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We have come to a point in history where knowledge has never been as easily accessible as now. Through the Internet’s search engines, all human knowledge is literally available at our fingertips. But at the same time, it has never been more difficult than now to think for ourselves.

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Lyssna till din inre röst

In the overflow of information competing for your attention and thoughts, its more important than ever to find the sources enabling you to listen to your own inner true voice.

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Vi har kommit till en punkt i historien där kunskap aldrig har varit så lättillgänglig som nu. Genom Internets sökmotorer så finns all mänsklig kunskap bokstavligen tillgänglig via våra fingertoppar. Samtidigt så har det aldrig varit svårare än nu att tänka själv.

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Mind the gap

Meditation and mindfulness, as practiced in Buddhism is based on four simple principles that can be understood in five minutes, but which require a lifetime of practice to explore.

Mind the gap

Everyone who has been in the London Underground has probably seen the platform signs “Mind the gap”. What we may not often think of is the short gap between the external stimuli that reaches us and how we react to them. It is in this short gap in time from thought to action that we have the opportunity to make important choices.

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