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You’re a Hero: Songs for Children

If your parents were like mine, they probably taught you certain values to help you live your life.  For example, my parents always told me, especially if I was feeling sad, “You can enjoy the cup either half full or half empty,“ and “Every cloud has a silver...

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The Ocean—My Refuge

I have had a life-long relationship with the ocean having grown up right next to it.  I always feel I have come home when I go to the beach. Its expanse feels like a mother’s arms, stretched open wide calling me into her calming embrace. The ocean is my refuge and no...

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Mango Season Has Arrived

Heaven, pure nectar, sumptuous, mouth-watering bliss! This is what I feel as the soft texture of mango enlivens my taste buds. I savor each bite of the creamy texture as piece by piece they effortlessly slide down and fill my whole Being with ecstasy! Mango season is...

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Passion Vs Proficiency…

Guest post by Austin Barry In the context of practice, which comes first? Is it that proficiency in a chosen discipline begets a passion for it, or does the passion stem from the cultivation of proficiency? In true chicken or the egg fashion, one could argue either...

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May—Florida At Its Best (With Photos)

More Photos Below May is my favorite month in Florida. The winter crowds have gone and a quieter settled feeling descends upon the small coastline town where I live. Although the weather is starting to get warmer, the heat has not yet cast its July and August...

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Let the Revolutions Begin

I can’t stop thinking that solutions exist – and should be applied, without delay, now – for every problem on earth if we harness all the untapped intelligence in our world family. I can’t stop thinking about this timely idea of a fundamental silence revolution, as well as peaceful revolutions urgently needed on every level of society.

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