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The seriousness of lying shows in alcoholism

About a year ago, I posted an essay suggesting that not lying may be the most important of the five precepts of Buddhism (guidelines for lay Buddhists). 517 more words

Brain Science

You own the inside of your head

I really enjoy reading about brain science. It affects all of us, and I think it gives us powerful insights into living our lives better. Understanding the role of things like dopamine and serotonin helps me understand what levers I need to pull to get the most out of my life. 314 more words


Amazing Infor that Chinese Medicine Reveals About YOUR Health

Jewels is joined by her co-host Dr. David Che who has been trained by his Chinese Uncle on the Ways of Chinese medicine. This is a GRADE A show that will tell you whether you are healthy or not! 7 more words

How Odessa Brown is supporting parents, shifting workplace culture

Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (OBCC) is a pediatric, primary care clinic of Seattle Children’s Hospital, located in Seattle’s Central District. Patients receive medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services regardless of a family’s ability to pay. 532 more words

Kids & Families

Rocka My Soul; or On Consciousness, the Self, and the Body

I’m not much for woo woo. I generally believe life is a series of largely random events strung together by coincidence and not-so-random “what did you THINK was going to happen when you stood on a rocking chair to change a lightbulb” kind of chain of events. 532 more words

Keep Writing to Get Better?

If you just keep writing, will you get better? This is the topic of a recent post by Jane Friedman (https://janefriedman.com/practice/), drawing from the informative book, … 75 more words