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If Life Were A Poem, Light & Benediction

by Bernadette Miller (Jul 18, 2014)

If Life Were A Poem

If life were a poem
to the Universe,
I would find beauty
in the saying… 406 more words

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Was the Royal Society a Baconian Institution? A Historiographical Study

Ever since the Royal Society was founded, relating Francis Bacon’s philosophy with the Society has been a commonplace. In the publications of the early Royal Society, the mention of Francis Bacon is inescapable. 4,489 more words

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The Invention of Clouds

Invention of Clouds by Richard Hamblyn

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I finished this book on an overcast evening. By the time I was done, the setting sun had broken through the clouds to reveal a strikingly three-dimensional panorama of torn vapor and gold. 815 more words

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Meaning of Love

by Helen Keller (Jun 19, 2014)


I remember the morning that I first asked about the meaning of the word, ‘love’. This was before I knew many words. 339 more words

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Honrar el Caos / Honor Chaos

por Matthew Fox  (Jun 12, 2014)  

Nada motiva más a la gente que tocar fondo. Pienso que lo que está pasando ahora representa una noche oscura del alma y una noche oscura para nuestra especie. 1,000 more words

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