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The Infidel @ Theatre Royal Stratford East Review

I approached The Infidel, a musical seeking to tackle the centuries old Jewish-Muslim tension through song, with caution. The premise is a brave one: … 435 more words


Gary Wood Seminar

My apprentice Bobby Curttright and I were looking forward to this all month! Long time friend Gary Wood came west to share his tree wizardry with us in a seminar last weekend. 178 more words


Back in the 60’s, Frankie and Annette would head down to the beach for some good clean all-American fun. Things changed in the 80’s. Oh, the beach was still there, but that “good clean” part…that floated out to sea on a piece of driftwood never to be seen again. 562 more words


Hungry For You

Following up yesterday’s review of Mutual Needs, here’s another great softcore film starring the irresistible Rochelle Swanson. Written by Terry Lennox and directed by Dimitri Logothetis, this 1996 film is set in the far-off future of 2010. 495 more words


A Simple Technique for Dealing with Overwhelming Negative Thoughts and Feelings

Sometimes feelings and thoughts can overwhelm us. We might feel totally consumed by an emotion. The way we describe and give an account of these thoughts and emotions are important. 687 more words

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Has mindfulness become a dirty word? And why it's just really about connecting more fully with everyday life

Is mindfulness becoming a dirty word? Has it become the most over-used concept since Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs? Judging from some of the comments I hear in… 799 more words

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