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Amándote a tí mism@ / Loving Yourself

–por John Selby (Aug 21, 2014)

Como dice una vieja canción, “Todo el mundo ama a una persona amorosa”, y esto es sin duda cierto. Cuando tenemos el corazón abierto, cuando no estamos juzgando a los demás, sino aceptándolos tal como son, sus corazones reciben la energía que les transmite el nuestro, lo cual les alienta a acoplarse con nuestros buenos sentimientos y a responder de la misma forma. 694 more words

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A New Willingness For Truth and Solidarity

by Sabine Lichtenfels (Aug 14, 2014)

We need new centers and communities in which the knowledge and wisdom of peace and love can be learned. A person who educates herself in global peace work needs to understand how much our lives have been a bulwark against the truth. 337 more words

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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

History Of Science

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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