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Really…

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Really…   happiness is an inside job!

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[This butterfly is a Silver-spotted Skipper. Skippers have some characteristics of both butterflies and moths.  They tend to have large, rather stocky heads, thick-oriented bodies, and relatively short wings, spanning up to 2 inches.  The antenna are set far apart on the head and end in a curved hook.  Adults love to sip nectar (as this one can be seen doing with its long proboscis.]

Like a moth to a candle!  Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

Like a moth to a candle! Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

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If you systematize your life into bundles of practices and methodologies…

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.     If you systematize your life into bundles of practices and methodologies…  you — despite thinking that you are vibrant — are likely mechanical and robotic.  

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.   [Below is an Ambush Bug (Assassin Bug); they are “sit-and-wait” predators that eat other insects, including bees, flies, butterflies and moths.  They often attack insects much larger than themselves.]

Patiently waiting for the next crawling meal... Ambush Bug ... Assassin Bug ... by Thomas Peace 2013

Patiently waiting for the next crawling meal… Ambush Bug … Assassin Bug … by Thomas Peace 2013