-- Quote of the Day --
“Beginning to ask the question of who am I really – but the thing is we still have to do the real work to get there …this really is about hard work. …If you are busy, busy, busy all the time – how can you hear the voice that leads you on this journey? This is a slow-moving, incremental journey… that doesn’t mean you won’t have times of confusion – confusion can be your friend! …Continue to explore possibilities until you feel like you’ve found something that is really for you. …We really need to change the way we use words – like Nervous Breakdown - if you call it Nervous Breakthrough it suddenly has a whole new meaning.”
~ Jeff Brown
Today's quote originates from a Conscious Discussions interview that aired on March 9, 2010 - Inner Growth (click on title to find interview)
-- Brummet's Muse --
The Brummet's Muse e-newsletter went out this morning, announcing upcoming events, interviews and more. This newsletter goes out twice a month - sign up via the widget on the upper right of this page :)
-- Green Investing --
For those of you who are able to put aside funds for a rainy day, or retirement plans, there are many options for you to choose that can improve the planet at the same time as bettering your financial portfolio. For example:
The World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development) and Japan's Daiwa Securities Group announced on December 29, 2009, that they would issue and market the first ever World Bank green bonds designed for Japanese investors. These five-year bonds were issued in New Zealand dollars. World Bank green bonds are intended to support projects that meet specific criteria for low-carbon development; thus investors can contribute to addressing global warming through their investment.
-- Authors Read Radio --
Derek Muk drops in to Authors Read Radio this morning to share an excerpt from his young adult adventure book - The Occult Files of Albert Taylor. Click on the hyperlinks here to access the live, or archived, episode.
Find Dave and Lillian Brummet, excerpts from their books, information about their radio shows and free resources and more at: www.brummet.ca