Monthly Archives: July 2013

Rise up. Be your own Guru., by Jonathan Fields

Rise up. Be your own Guru., by Jonathan Fields.

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39 Ways to Live, and Not Merely Exist, by Leo Babauta

Note to self, this one: Take mini-retirements. Don’t leave the joy of retirement until you are too old to enjoy it. Do it now, while you’re young. It makes working that much more worth it. Find ways to take a … Continue reading

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3:59 am. And Inspired. – Lead.Learn.Live.

3:59 am. And Inspired. – Lead.Learn.Live..

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Watch this (and think 40 Tons of Shock and Awe)

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
“Two divers had just been scuba diving at Souza Rock, two miles off Morro Bay in Central California.  They were merely passing time before the next scuba dive by snorkeling among sardines and other…

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Political Assassination and the Crimes of War: The “Unnatural Death” of Dr. David Kelly | Global Research

A bearded man of avuncular appearance had started early in replying to e-mails on the 17th July 2003.  He was in the office of his pretty cottage, with the scent of roses telling of an English summer.  The little village … Continue reading

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Brandon & Leah

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
Brandon Jenner, 32, is the son of actress Linda Thompson and Olympic decathlon winner Bruce Jenner.  He is the stepson of Kris Jenner and the stepbrother of the Kardashian clan (Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, and Robert).  Brandon is…

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‘I’d Read Plato, and Listen to Sly Stone’: Cornel West’s Testimony

Originally posted on The Bully Pulpit:
“I’m a Jesus-loving blues man in the life of the mind. I’m a Christ-centered Jazz man, which means that I do try to take, quite seriously, the endless quest for unarmed truth, understanding that…

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DailyGood: Mind In The Forest: The Intelligence of Trees

DailyGood: Mind In The Forest: The Intelligence of Trees. In 2003 the Spring Creek Project at Oregon State University, in collaboration with the Andrews Forest Long-Term Ecological Research Group, began inviting writers to spend weeklong residencies at the Andrews Forest, … Continue reading

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DailyGood: What I Learned From 30 Years Of Watching A River

DailyGood: What I Learned From 30 Years Of Watching A River. “If it is a man’s intent to spend thirty years staring at a river’s environs in order to arrive at an explanation of the river, he should find some … Continue reading

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