Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Referral Corner




-- Quote of the Day -- 

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“Especially when you are in conflict go into a place of gratitude – I get to do this; conflict is an opportunity; I’m going to learn something. …We don’t problem solve well when we are in fight-or-flight mode. …It is important to learn acceptance of where we are and then figuring out how to take care of ourselves in that particular place. …When we are in the darkest place, that is where we find the treasure, but we have got to stop and then move slowly to be able to see it. …Create some kind of mantra, quote or song that gets you to remember that things can get better. …You need to laugh every day, finding a favorite video or something that gets you giggling. …Transformative questions are key in any conflict: ‘what are you seeing that I am not’ …I need to understand your perspective, what you are seeing from your window.”

~ Deidre Combs





Today’s quote originates from the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio episode that aired back on January 31, 2013… titled: Resolve Conflict &Challenges



 (*Click on the title to access the full discussion)


-- Referral Corner -- 

*This section of our blog is posted occasionally offering us the opportunity to celebrate and bring awareness to some of the amazing organizations out there who are working hard, every day, to make this world a more sustainable, healthy place.
 
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BC Bioenergy Network is an association that acts like a catalyst for developing bio-energy technologies located in BC Canada. 
Info: http://www.bioenergypartnership.ca/


PondBiofuels Inc. offers a new technology that converts industrial smokestack emissions into algal biomass - which can yield up to 100 Liters more of diesel fuel, reducing the amount of CO2 and other pollutants released into the air. The technology is based on one of the most simple lifeforms - algae!

Sammy Rides Org. is a nonprofit association based in Florida (US) and consists of mainly cyclists who volunteer their time to raise awareness of various issues, support research and help families with ailing children.


Find Dave and Lillian Brummet, excerpts from their books, their radio program, blog, and more at: http://brummet.ca * Support the Brummets by telling your friends, clicking those social networking buttons, or visiting the Brummet's Store - and help raise funds for charity as well!
 
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