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Mindful : December 2015
connect December 2015 mindful 7 your thoughts The Pursuit of Happiness curriculum is a personal or classroom guide designed to teach important skills that will help you navigate your personal journey to happiness. “Robin Blackwood’s conversion of my book, Too Soon Old, Too Late Sm ar t, into a...course is at once flattering and very impressive. The principles contained herein—that we are defined by our behavior, that we are largely responsible for what we make of ourselves, that we need to be astute about whom to avoid and whom to cherish as we move through our lives—all are ideas of vital importance. We can never know enough about the pur- suit of happiness.” - Gordon Livingston, M.D. C For more information about The Pursuit of Happiness, find Blackwood Education on facebook or at Sleep To meet and learn from the best writers and teachers on mindful- ness today, sign up for our email newsletters at mindful.org. To share your feedback, email us with your full name, city, and state or province at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit facebook.com/mindfulorg or tweet us @MindfulOnline. For subscription questions, email email@example.com. Comments chosen for publication may be edited for length and clarity. All submissions and manuscripts become the property of The Foundation for a Mindful Society. • My husband saying “bring on the dessert!” in a Julia Child imitation voice fol- lowed by a Julia-like laugh! • “Are you god?” • “Clowns!!!” • “He took my toes!” • “I can far t louder than you” • I said, “Jump ball dildo” • “I need the butter, man!” How often do you remember your dreams? • ThatIquitmyjobto become an artist • Having sex with Tom Cruise • Iwastherulerofagreat kingdom • Flying and being in a cozy mystical cottage in the forest • I dreamt that John Lennon kissed me on a beach • Performing surgery on a squirrel I found in my drive- way. Not sure if the little guy made it! • My mother was alive and holding my hand What’s the silliest dream you’ve had? • Trying to save my purse in a tornado • Hitler was trying to kill me... That wasn’t so much silly as it was utterly intensely terrifying • I was a flying eraser • I was married to my cat • Winning an air guitar competition • Bigfoot was a NASA astronaut • Aliens had chosen me to be their spokesperson • A killer toaster trying togetme● 2-3 times per week 44% 44% once in a blue moon EVERY NIGHT (9%) NEVER! (3%) What’s the best dream you’ve ever had? • Watching Miles Davis play in São Paulo, Brazil • Feelin’ financially secure • I was taking a bath and small suns and moons were in the water with me PHOTOGRAPHS:©SVETAVO,©GCPICS/DOLLARPHOTOCLUB