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The Mindful Child

We all know kids who are out of control.  We all know adults who are out of control.  And we all don’t want to have those kids or be those adults. Enter: mindfulness. I’ve posted numerous times on this topic only because it’s extremely important to me.  There’s the post on Building Emotional Intelligence, based […]

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Hello, my friends… I’ve posted one of Cristóbal Vila‘s videos before—“Nature by Numbers”–which is simply stunning. Here’s another of his.  I’ve always been a huge fan of architecture, and I LOVE Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs, so this was mesmerizing to watch.  Thought you’d enjoy it, too.  The official Fallingwater site is here, if you’re interested in […]

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5 Top TED Talks

Brain Pickings posted their 5 favorite TED talks.  They’re great, of course, and worth every minute of your time. I’ve included all 5, and adding their honorable mention as well.  You’re in for a real treat! [Post image: Sepia toning by duchesssa on stock.xchng]

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Society without God?

I’ve just finished the most intriguing book—Society without God by Phil Zuckerman. He begins with these bold, introductory statements: Zuckerman lived in Scandinavia for 14 months, during which time he traveled extensively and interviewed as many people as he could, addressing several key points for this book.  First, he argues that “society without God is […]

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World Travel From Your Armchair

We’re going on a whirlwind trip to Paris this morning.  Grab your Trader Joe’s pain au chocolat and your Nespresso cappuccino for this first video.  Are you with me?     Isn’t that the coolest thing?  Albin Holmqvist is a Stockholm art director and designer who’s come up with three other videos, if you want […]

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