fearlessmeditate.jpgNothing like a good swine flu epidemic to trigger our natural tendencies as humans to panic, worry, and fret. “Swine flu” is one of the most googled terms right now. From what I can tell, people definitely have their radar attuned; last night on the subway when I sneezed, people really looked at me all panicky (allergies!).

Holly did a great post on preventing the flu. And I thought it was a good moment to bring all our attention to 10 Ways to Live a Fearless Life, an article by Buddhist author Susan Piver that invites us all to chill a little so we can feel less of the fear and more of da love.

Click here for 10 Ways to Live a Fearless Life

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