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  • Wolfsymbol

    Interspecies communication

    Elke Duerr Web Of Life Foundation W.O.L.F.   “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” Mahatma Gandhi   Interspecies communication- Remembering what we already know to be true.      A look at …

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  • O DAYDREAMING CHILD 5701

    18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

    –by Carolyn Gregoire , syndicated from huffingtonpost.com, Mar 24, 2014   “His high endeavors are an inward light, that makes the path before him always bright.” –William Wordsworth Creativity works in mysterious and often paradoxical ways. Creative thinking is a stable, defining characteristic in some personalities, but it …

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  • Diversity Tree

    Ecology & Community

    –by Fritjof Capra, syndicated from ecoliteracy.org,   Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. –Albert Einstein The understanding of community is extremely important today, not only for our emotional and spiritual well-being, but for the future of our children and, in fact, for …

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  • Brain Decision

    Mindfulness Practice Reduces Cognitive Rigidity

      BY RUTH BUCZYNSKI, PHD                     Could Mindfulness Meditation      Increase Creativity? Ever struggle for hours to solve a problem – only to find that the solution was right in front of your face? I’m not just talking about math problems – but about our work, …

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  • Alanwatts

    Ego and the Universe

    by Maria Popova   The Ego and the Universe: Alan Watts on Becoming Who You Really Are   The cause and cure of the illusion of separateness that keeps us from embracing the richness of life.   During the 1950s and 1960s, British philosopher and writer Alan …

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  • Brain Cells

    Source of Consciousnessour

      Deepak Chopra, MD: The Definition and Source of Consciousness   In the first segment, Deepak explores the definition and source of consciousness. He discusses perception, the brain and how they relate to consciousness in a scientific yet humorous way.

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  • Presence

    Healing Power of Presence

    –by Jalees Rehman   Opportunity for Great Joy   I was about 12 years old when I found out that my grandfather was born on 12/12/12. If he were alive, he would be exactly 100 years old today. I found out about his birthday, when he …

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  • Cosmicapprentice

    Cosmic Apprentice:

    by Maria Popova      Dorion Sagan on Why Science and Philosophy Need EachOther   “A good scientific theory shines its light, revealing the world’s fearful symmetry. And its failure is also a success, as it shows us w here to look next.” As if to …

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  • Nebula

    What Is Nothing?

        What Is Nothing? A Mind-Bending Debate about the Universe Moderated by Neil deGrasse Tyson by Maria Popova “You can’t assert an answer just because it’s not something else.” Isaac Asimov — sage of science,champion of creativity in education,visionary of the future, lover of libraries,Muppet friend — endures as …

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  • Maori Perspective

       A Modern Indigenous Perspective  The World According to the Maori  Karl Rangikawhiti Leonard   Maori in the history of our country from creation stories and world view to weaving carving clothing through to issues of the present times.”             …

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