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Antipathy

Antipathy: (n) a deep-seated dislike or aversion.

“Let’s take a vote!”

It was the scream that rattled a van I was traveling in many years ago with a bunch of kids from a church camp. 446 more words

Official Website Launch

Here it is.. The Open Minded Brand would like to officially announce the launch of our new website. Since today is a pretty huge deal of us and for our supporters, some time during the week we have some surprises going down. 87 more words

Lifestyle Brand

Does Nature Influence How We Think?

So, does nature influence how we think? According to recent research out of the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, connectedness with nature may influence cognitive styles. 399 more words

Hunt FOR Truth reblogged this on The Hunt FOR Truth and commented:

The authors argue that understanding the complexity of nature requires holistic thinking. I agree.

pretty in the dark

My house is my sanctuary.  I can say anything or do anything without being judged or criticized. I don’t have to start a sentence by saying “I swear I’m not racist” or make sure my pants are secured before dancing for no reason. 329 more words

Life

Why Michael Brown Was Killed And What It Means For The Future

A lot has been said about the shooting of Michael Brown on the 9th of August this year. When it comes to the implications for racial equality, there’s little I can add, but while that might be the most important implication, it definitely isn’t the only one. 675 more words

Politics

Does Nature Influence How We Think?

So, does nature influence how we think? According to recent research out of the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, connectedness with nature may influence cognitive styles. 399 more words

Ladies- guys don't actually mind the shopping thing...and here's why!

So I’m in Bloemfontein with my girlfriend seeing her family- and she’s starting a new job on Monday and needs new work clothes…naturally a great opportunity to go shopping (oy!) :-) Now for all those men who know what comes next- you can stop reading. 426 more words