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Go for the Gold!

Posted by Aaron Solly on Sunday, February 9, 2014, In : Articles 
I learned something in grade eight that I wanted to share with you.

In the first month of junior high school, a school assembly was scheduled in the gym.  When I entered the gym, I couldn’t believe how many students filled it.  It was probably ten times the number of students we would have at an assembly at my elementary school.  There so many students that the gym’s four huge bleachers were full plus about ten rows of students were sitting on the floor.  As a grade eight student, I had to...

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So here is the thing...

Posted by Aaron Solly on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, In : Articles 
You can be what you have always wanted to be.

You can write that book, sing to the world, teach all the children or bring peace to all.

All you need to do is focus on the good.

Two days ago, I saw Marianne Williamson speak at the I Can Do It! conference in Vancouver.

One thing she said was "Be about the good thing."

If you are always focusing on the good, what becomes your reality - goodness.

If you are full of goodness, how will you treat yourself - good.

If you treat yourself good, how will you ...
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So where are you headed?

Posted by Aaron Solly on Wednesday, February 1, 2012, In : Archived Newsletter 
I read this book that my brother, Bryan, gave me for Christmas one year. The book is called "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" by Robert M. Pirsig. It is an interesting book. It has two story lines that are interconnected.

One storyline is about a father and son who are touring across the United States on a motorcycle. The other storyline details a philosophical perspective on the word "quality" and the difficulty with defining it. Quality is referred to in the book as shapeless, for...

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