New Book: The Delicate Balance; A Mindful Approach to Self-Care for Professional & Family Caregivers

  Phyllis Quinlan, RN-Bc, PhD mfwconsultants@gmail.com http://www.mfwconsultants.com New Book Provides Insight and Guidance for Professional and Family Caregivers Struggling with the Consequences of Caring Too Much: Compassion Fatigue The Delicate Balance is a must read resource for professional and family caregivers who are encountering the aftermath of neglecting to take as good care of themselves […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Eighty-One

True words are not beautiful Beautiful words are not true Those who are good do not debate Those who debate are not good Those who know are not broad of knowledge Those who are broad of knowledge do not know Sages do not accumulate The more they assist others, the more they possess The more […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Eighty

Small country, few people Let them have many weapons but not use them Let the people regard death seriously And not migrate far away Although they have boats and chariots They have no need to take them Although they have armors and weapons They have no need to display them Let the people return to […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Seventy-Seven

The Tao of Heaven is like drawing a bow Lower that which is high; raise that which is low Reduce that which has excess; add to that which is lacking The Tao of heaven reduces the excessive and adds to the lacking. The Tao of people is not so. It reduces the lacking in order […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Sixty-Three

Act without action Manage without meddling Taste without tasting Great, small, many, few Respond to hatred with virtue Plan difficult tasks through the simplest tasks Achieve large tasks through the smallest tasks The difficult tasks of the world Must be handled through the simple tasks The large tasks of the world Must be handled through […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Sixty-One

The large country is like the lowest river The converging point of the world The receptive female of the world The female always overcomes the male with serenity Using serenity as the lower position Thus if the large country is lower than the small country Then it can take the small country If the small […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Forty-Two

Tao produces one One produces two Two produce three Three produce myriad things Myriad things, backed by yin and embracing yang Achieve harmony by integrating their energy What the people dislike Are alone, bereft, and unworthy But the rulers call themselves with these terms So with all things Appear to take loss but benefit Or […]

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