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The un-screened life

By Caitlin Kelly

Great piece recently by Andrew Sullivan in New York magazine:

A year before, like many addicts, I had sensed a personal crash coming.

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Behavior

Since belief determines behavior, doesn't it make sense that we should be teaching ethical, moral values in every home and in every school in America?

Since belief determines behavior, doesn’t it make sense that we should be teaching ethical, moral values in every home and in every school in America?

Zig Ziglar

Values

Fundamental rules that govern electron behavior seem to control our daily life. This text attempts to indicate an analogy between behavior of electrons and people in terms of rules that have been announced by great scientist of last century. 1,129 more words

Behavior

Common dolphins adapt to bay life (Australia)

September 28th, 2016 (Dave Armstrong). The common short-beaked dolphins, Delphinus delphis, are usually seen offshore, often catching cephalopods such as Cranchids and Histioteuthids, and are so mobile that they also frequent shores in order to find certain fish, just as the inshore bottlenose dolphins do. 612 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Prompt: Generalizations

The prompt this week was on stereotypes and sweeping generalizations. The comment “all red heads have fiery personalities” labels all red heads, but when applied to the individual may not be true. 497 more words

Prompts

Cold Spell

“Common sense aided by present danger, will sometimes be too strong for whimsical opinions” – Franklin by Thomas Fleming

I’m watching an episode of the “The Last Alaskans”. 214 more words

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