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Being In The NOW Releases You From The Miserable "What Ifs" And Frees You To Enter-Into-Joy (En-Joy), This Present Moment.

28 JAN, 14

“Now I know why dogs love sticking their heads out the window! This is fun!” Lilian laughed with the glee of a child, waving one hand out in the air, steering the wheels with the other, hair flying wildly in the wind. 1,655 more words

Mid Century In Mexico City – NOWNESS by Beauty and Hairstyle

Mid century in Mexico City, exactly where Fernando Romero was sort enough to share his remarkable home with the life style magazine NOWNESS. &#8220Designed in 1955 by homegrown architect Francisco Artigas, the property is located in the leafy suburbs of Mexico City, adjacent to one… if you want to view full content please visit this … 7 more words

The Wall by Dominick Sheldon

The Guinness World Record-breaking American athletic troupe Flippenout show off their aerial feats in photographer Dominick Sheldon’s directorial debut, The Wall. Having trained under the conceptual eye of Steven Klein, Sheldon fuses the trampolinist stars of NBA and NFL half-time shows’ performance gear with the military-inflected styling of creative director and former editor of Russh, Stevie Dance. 105 more words

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Mid century in Mexico City – NOWNESS

Mid century in Mexico City, where Fernando Romero was kind enough to share his amazing home with the life style magazine NOWNESS. “Designed in 1955 by homegrown architect Francisco Artigas, the house is located in the leafy suburbs of Mexico City, adjacent to one of largest city parks…

Nowness: Great Garden Series

Over the last few weeks, on Tuesdays, I’ve been heading over to the website Nowness to see their Great Gardens series. While I don’t always like what Nowness puts out, this series has struck me as particularly charming and interesting. 57 more words

The Arts: It's Not Highbrow.

4th Response To Mezrem (The Process Of Becoming)

from February 15, 2014

A message sent to a loved one…

“In the humble practice of meditation, when the person focuses her/his mind on nothing from outside but all of which is inside they begin to break down the barriers in the midst self contemplation of gentleness towards self..

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