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RESONANCE: When we tune in to nature and other human beings, we create an energy field of understanding and empathy

RESONANCE: When we tune in to nature and other human beings, we create an energy field of understanding and empathy

I love the word resonance. Resonance comes from the Latin verb “resonare,” meaning to “return to sound.” It...
August 3, 2015 × 1 comment

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PAGES OF OUR CHILDHOOD: What children’s stories can teach us as adults

PAGES OF OUR CHILDHOOD: What children’s stories can teach us as adults

There are so many stories and books in the world today, but which do we pay attention to most? The classics, like Charles Dickens;...
July 25, 2015 × Comments are Disabled

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3 Things You Never Say to Your Teenagers

3 Things You Never Say to Your Teenagers

Some of the common stereotypes of teenagers are that they are kids who just act like adults. Kids with dyed hair, piercings, smartphone...
July 20, 2015 × Comments are Disabled

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ANTISOCIAL MEDIA: Are we losing our ability to interact in person?

ANTISOCIAL MEDIA: Are we losing our ability to interact in person?

I often wonder if social media is the solution for a generation obsessed with multitasking or a destructive catalyst in the decline...
June 16, 2015 × 4 comments

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SILENCING DEBATE: The truth that lies in our past

SILENCING DEBATE: The truth that lies in our past

There are some topics that are said to be inappropriate to bring up in conversation: money, sex and religion are a few that come to...
January 15, 2015 × Comments are Disabled

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CALMENT: Participation in a virtual world

CALMENT: Participation in a virtual world

Is there a way to engage in meaningful conversation about public life—politics, culture, economics, arts, whatever—online without...
November 22, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

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TIME AND THE WRITER: A meditation on the transcendence experienced through writing

TIME AND THE WRITER: A meditation on the transcendence experienced through writing

Is it possible to tinker with the present, the way an author can tinker with the past when writing a story or narrative based on actual...
November 8, 2014 × 1 comment

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THE POWER OF QUOTATION: Why do we enjoy the words of others so much, anyway?

THE POWER OF QUOTATION: Why do we enjoy the words of others so much, anyway?

If you peruse social networking sites, online magazines and blogs on a regular basis, you’re likely to notice something—quotations...
March 12, 2014 × 1 comment

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CONSCIOUS COMMUNICATION: The convergence of myth, psychology, science, religion, and our universal language

CONSCIOUS COMMUNICATION: The convergence of myth, psychology, science, religion, and our universal language

Our human mind likes to break things down, to contextualize and put ideas, people and things into tidy boxes. Doing so helps us better...
March 9, 2014 × 9 comments

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