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Awareness

March 3, 2010

Thinking without awareness is the main dilemma of human existence.

Amare and Aware

January 15, 2010

Thanks to Afurahå at Changemakers for these thought…

“We love happiness. In Swahili, happiness is often translated as a name that i have heard very often, thanks to the willingness of my sisters to to name my nephew Afurahå.  One thing i’d like to offer. As it stands,  AmAre is very powerful,  yet, I find it very interesting that the ‘M’ for ‘meditation’ has no parenthesis. May i suggest to also use  A.W.A R.E.  as in:

A – Aware (Observation)
W – Wisdom (Meditation)
A – Active (Creation/Life)
R – Respect (Mirror-Mind)
E – Eating (Environment)

Thanks for hearing me, through to the end of a new beginning. We are one!”

Thanks to you for sharing your insights, and for mentioning wisdom, which is much more than knowledge. Only one letter changed, still a big message delivered with this contribution!

AmAre: in a nutshell

December 20, 2009

AmAre is an Italian verb which stands for “To Love”. It also summarizes what we need to be happy:

Aware (Being)
Meditating
Active (Being)
Respectful (Being)
Eating (properly)

If we want to digg a bit more under the surface, it also shows we are united in an interconnected universe: there is no (I) Am without (We) are. This is an extremely simple concept to understand, but which has positive effects for a lifetime. If you want to walk this path toward holistic living, just add this blog to your favourites. If you just passed by, and you think you’ll not return, we hope at least you’ll bring with you these simple five steps to happiness, and we hope they will be as beneficial to you as they have been to us.