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By John Austin Foster- This article was also posted on the blog JL Goes Vegan. Quick tips for meditation at the bottom of this article.

Imagine you’re on Family Feud and the host is asking you, “Out of 100 people surveyed, what are the top five non-physical things people want out of life?” What do you think one of the primary answers would be?

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Change the World

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By John Austin Foster- Today I want to discuss a little idea that I’ve had for quite a few years now, that any of you can feel free to steal and make your own. It’s a thought on how to change the world and it’s through an idea called The Happiness MLM.

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“There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein

By John Austin Foster- Today, I’d like to share a profound insight, which I’ve recently had through my studies and my practice. This was an unsettling realization which I had as I sat in Zazen for a day of meditation last week. It rocked me to my core and created an even greater purpose for myself and Life Warrior.

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By John Austin Foster- 

5 Steps Towards Changing Your Belief Systems

If you could take inventory of your daily repeated thought patterns, you would have a very accurate road map towards exactly where you are at in your life right now. Our manifest reality is a projection of how we see the world. I’ll begin this weekly e-mail with a favorite story:
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by John Austin Foster- A mentor of mine, Rob McNamara (Harvard Teaching Fellow and author), wrote a book called Strength to Awaken. In one of the first few chapters of his book, he wrote one chapter called The Lie of Happiness Tomorrow and The Myth of Disengagement. I’ve read this chapter and contemplated its implications over and over again, across the span of the past three years. I’ve asked myself, How have I bought into this lie? And more importantly, How can I be happy now?

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