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Poet Jane Hirshfield on The Mystery of Existence, by Kim Rosen

Poet Jane Hirshfield on The Mystery of Existence, by Kim Rosen. Good poems bring the grant of malleability. They make the world, and the self, workable, when it might seem to have stiffened past change. They hold the omnipresence of … Continue reading

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Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee — Elemental Water | Awakin.org

Eight years ago, he had a dream—to highlight the untold stories of everyday heroes around the world. So Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee became a filmmaker. And put that concept of “oneness” on a larger scale. Traveling to dozens of countries producing short films that, … Continue reading

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KarmaTube: This Is Water: Re-imagining Everyday Life

KarmaTube: This Is Water: Re-imagining Everyday Life.

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What Inspires Me: The Flicker of Desperation | LinkedIn

What Inspires Me: The Flicker of Desperation | LinkedIn.

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I try to collect moments – Lead.Learn.Live.

I try to collect moments – Lead.Learn.Live..

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An Astounding Act of High School Sportsmanship, by Huffington Post

A special needs student from a Texas high school scored a basket in the final game of the season after a player from the opposing team gave up the ball. Mitchell Marcus, a teenage student at Coronado High School in … Continue reading

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The Gift that Matters, by Rachel Macy Stafford

The Gift that Matters, by Rachel Macy Stafford.

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