Dennis Merritt Jones



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The Art of Uncertainty: How...

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The Art of Being: 101 Ways ...

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Your Redefining Moments: Be...

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The Art of Abundance: Ten R...

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How to Speak Religious Science

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How to Speak Science of Min...

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Encouraging Words . . .: Ar...

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La chiave della vita

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Como Explicar La Ciencia Re...

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“Many of us live in denial of who we truly are because we fear losing someone or something-and there are times that if we don't rock the boat, too often the one we lose is ourselves...It feels good to be accepted, loved, and approved of by others, but often the membership fee to belong to that club is far too high of a price to pay.”
Dennis Merritt Jones

“Why do we resist the mystery that change brings? When we get too rigid and inflexible, rigor mortis of the soul sets in. For proof of this, we need look no further than to those who choose to stay in a relationship or job long after the soul, or life force, that originally brought it passion and joy has vacated the premises.”
Dennis Merritt Jones, The Art of Uncertainty: How to Live in the Mystery of Life and Love It

“In Zen, there is an old saying: The obstacle is the path. Know that a whole and happy life is not free of obstacles. Quite the contrary, a whole and happy life is riddled with obstacles-they simply become the very stepping-stones that help lift us to a new perspective. It is not what happens to us in this life that shapes us, it is how we choose to respond to what happens to us.”
Dennis Merritt Jones, The Art of Being: 101 Ways to Practice Purpose in Your Life



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