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On Musing

We all muse. Let us realize the potential. Let us endure a shared lifestyle of positive muse.

To muse is to ruminate, to contemplate, to be absorbed in thought. As Einstein said, “the most important thing is not stop questioning.” It’s part of a healthy, interesting and engaged life; however, with an overload of stimulation in today’s world we often don’t do enough of it.

A call to muse

We live in optimistic times with much ado, where innovative thought, design and work opportunities are essential and abundant. In order to best take advantage of personal development and world crises at hand, we must question and muse.

Each individual’s musings are unique, and diversity is warmly welcomed. Although unique, musings resonate with one another through similar experience, shared perspective and odd peculiarities.

Therefore, musings strike conversation and build connections. Most importantly, they open your thoughts that can open a new social dialogue. As individuals become more connected, the environment, communities, quality of life, co-operation, and the prospect of a sustainable future grow.

In today’s fast paced life, it’s often hard to slow down, muse and share with another. I share a bit of my own muse surrounding, but not limited to, health, wealth and well-being through psychology, philosophy, culture, society, nutrition and experience that can help you and help the world.

Join a lifestyle that perpetuates both introspection and wider connection through social sharing–a musing lifestyle.

Curiosity and muse have found their passionate mate in writing, which enables me to share with you, and you to share with me.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. December 10, 2012 10:57 pm

    I am a career muser, even a mystic muser. I enjoyed musing about your musings. 😉

    • December 11, 2012 12:35 am

      Thanks, Teresa. A career muser–I like it. Happy to hear you enjoyed. Your Solace Village presents an ideal, inspiring environment for endured positive muse. Best.

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