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It Worked

It worked.

Distraction, I mean.  Yesterday I mentioned that this was the first year I didn’t get a happy birthday call from Mom, not because she forgot to call, but because she died earlier in the year. 267 more words

Personal Stories

US-Russia Relations: Compartmentalization of Issues

23 July 2015

I have tried for long to underline the need for US-Russia cooperation in finding peaceful solutions to problems which top the international agenda, in particular in the Middle East. 574 more words

He is All Inclusive

He is before all things, and in him all things hold together- Colossians 1:17

I recognize that most of my problems arise from compartmentalization. I treat important aspects of my life separately, but that isn’t the way it should be.

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Prayer & Praise

The Ten Commandments of the Grand Old Party

The Ten Commandments of the Grand Old Party

Thou Shalt Not Listen to Reason

Thou Shalt Not give thy Opponent Any Chance to Change Their Ways (or Any Chances At All for that matter) 74 more words

2nd Amendment

Fear & Loathing on facebook

republican voters… your paranoia is punishment enough… It’s yours to wallow in if you choose…

republicans have been instructed to worry about Iran again, due to the agreement struck by the leading nations of planet earth, and Iran; so the facebook meme postings have begun. 895 more words

2nd Amendment

Awakening from the Cult of Ignorance

“We were born to be free… to build things and grow our own food, develop our skills and be creative, not to lose ourselves in shopping, technology and mindless consumption. 952 more words

Creative Systems Thinking

Critical Thinking: Keeping Our Minds Open

 “Critical thinking is the ability to apply reasoning and logic to new or unfamiliar ideas, opinions, and situations. Thinking critically involves seeing things in an open-minded way and examining an idea or concept from as many angles as possible.

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Creative Systems Thinking