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About Dan

Dan Messinger is the author of Holy Crap, a multimedia collection of spiritual tools that help you create meaning from everyday hassles.

What are Some Moments at Work That You Would Put in Your “Spiritual Hall of Fame” – Times that You Overcame Adversity, While Pushed to Your Limit, and Lived in Truth?

What happened? What did you do? How did it affect your work experience? How did it affect your life?

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If You Were to Commit One-Hundred Percent to Your Spiritual Goals, How would You Be Living Your Life Differently?

Are you ready and willing to do so? What are the implications of doing so?   How committed are you to your spiritual goals? If you want to commit one-hundred percent to your spiritual goals, it’s not easy and it’s … Read the rest of this entry

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If You are Not Ready and Willing to Give a One-Hundred Percent Commitment to Your Spiritual Goals, Why Not?

How can you overcome your obstacles?   Without a spiritual perspective, life can feel dry and empty. Relying on the external for happiness can sometimes work for a short while, but the pleasure will eventually fade and leave us feeling vacant. … Read the rest of this entry

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If You are Ready and Willing to Commit One-Hundred Percent to Your Spiritual Goals, What Can You Do on a Daily Basis to Remember and Achieve Them?

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In Your Quest to Achieve Your Spiritual Goals, Are You Willing to Go Beyond Your Comfort Zones? Are You Willing to Do Whatever it Takes? If Not, What is Stopping You?

Brainstorm solutions to overcome your obstacles. How much do you want to achieve your spiritual goals?   To grow spiritually, we all have to traverse beyond our comfortable, reactive selves and dive into our subconscious to shed light upon self-defeating … Read the rest of this entry

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