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Access to 47 Free eBooks on the Law of Attraction

Is money a little tight? Are you perhaps someone who needs to take their time reading, absorbing & taking notes when learning something new. Here’s access to  7 more words


The Law of Attraction

Incase, you’re someone who isn’t able to afford sitting through a seminar at this stage or perhaps you’re finding it hard to sit through a book on the subject, this is a fantastic FREE video on youtube that’ll give you many aha moments and quite few laughs along the way! 24 more words


For magazine lovers

Car and Driver, Cooking Light, ESPN, People, and Time. Ahh, I can visualize it now. The snow is coming down. The wind is howling and it’s bitterly cold. 296 more words

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Theory application / analytical writing

Having virtually no “real” academic experience I ran into a massive wall with the final assignments in both of my first courses in the master program. 203 more words

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It's not even Advent yet!

Super duper good news: it’s not even Advent yet! This little-known often-overlooked liturgical season which helps us prepare for Christmas only starts on November 30 and continues until December 24, the day before Christmas. 416 more words


Manufacturing Consent

I watched the 1992 documentary Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media, and feel that it might relate to my previous, frustrated, post. I think it helped me understand a few things. 679 more words

Internet- Social Media And Society

Short Translation of an Extract from Nicholas Trevet's Commentary on Boethius De Consolatione Philosophiae

Nicholas Trevet, born to a knightly family in 1258 and a student of the arts at both Oxford and Paris University at the turn of the fourteenth century, was in the words of Beryl Smalley “a true polymath, being theologian, biblicist, hebraist, historian and classicist.” Trevet travelled widely throughout England, France and Italy in his lifetime and his work was esteemed both in the English Order of Preachers and, through his connection to the Cardinal Nicholas of Prato, at the Papal Court in Avignon the library of which contained a number of his books.   1,844 more words

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