James, my stepson, came home last night. Violet, his dog, jumped with joy and squealed with delight. True love, make no mistake. James’s biological dad died in a car accident. 459 more words
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Gregory Bateson fused anthropology, systems theory, biology, cybernetics, and psychology to yield insight into the nature of life and society. His writings concerned issues of culture in human societies, the question of order in the universe, the relation between human beings and their environment, and the capacity for human beings to change. 65 more words
I recently completed a training in San Francisco, and I had some time to explore the city during the evenings. When you think of sites to visit in the city, you would probably visit the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Warf, or Alcatraz. 440 more words
Every day, in my work and outside my work, I see people struggling with various health issues; people who have – like every single one of us – an innate capacity to heal, but cannot do so because they do not think and feel in healing conducive ways. 175 more words
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…Firstly, he was linking the aesthetic, the beautiful, in “nature,” and in human art, with the possibility of enlightened ways of living.