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Thursday, July 21, 2011
This Is What I Wish for You
By Marc Allen

To live in a land where your soul sings
and your heart knows as home
It may or not be the land of your parents
but it’s the land you love more than any other place
on this precious sparkling planet.

It’s the land that opens your heart,
the vistas, the air, the light that heals you
and makes you rejoice in being alive.
 
Marc Allen

 

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Marc Allen, poetry
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Work Smarter, Not Harder
By Marc Allen

It happens only when I am still
Then, sometimes, a small voice comes
Whispering in my heart
Words that guide my life
Words that know the power of words
To change the world
Yes
Words create our world
Sustain and destroy our world
And that is why
The dreamers are the saviors of the world

 

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personal growth, Marc Allen
Tuesday, April 05, 2011
As You Think by James Allen — A Book That Changed My Life
By Marc Allen

As You Think, originally titled As a Man Thinketh, was written in 1904. I spent years reading and pondering the words in this little book, and during those years I went from poverty to abundance. For about two decades, I said it was the best book I’d ever read. I put several passages from the book, including the opening poem and the other poem in it, in big letters on my wall. These phrases, repeated hundreds of times, became imprinted in my mind, and to this day they spring to mind on occasion. They are powerful, life-changing passages.

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personal growth, Marc Allen
Thursday, September 23, 2010
How Being a Laid-Back Type Z Can Make You Happy, Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise
By Marc Allen

We live in a workaholic, type A culture that highly values being busy and working hard. Most people think that’s the only route to success: work, work, work.

But I had a problem with that, because I’m basically lazy. I’ve never been a “morning person.” I’m laid-back, unorganized (my desk is a mess), and forgetful (don’t expect me to remember your name!) — and yet I’ve become highly successful, by my own standards and by almost everyone else’s standards as well.

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personal growth, Marc Allen
Thursday, July 01, 2010
The Power of One Minute, One Breath, One Thought
By Marc Allen

One minute of clearly focusing on a dream or goal can overcome months, even years, of misguided thinking.

One minute of visualization can overcome a great many doubts and fears and bring you a step closer to realizing your dream. One minute of prayer can work miracles.

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personal growth, Marc Allen

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