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Cessna's stillborn prodigy number

According to Buddha

Touching the present moment, we realize that the present is made of the past and is creating the future.

the past, past, well now let me tell you about the past… 44 more words

Buddhist Philosophical Concepts

There's More Than Enough Room: Confronting Suicide, Trauma, Respectability Politics & QTPOC Ancestry in Womxnhood

TW: This post deals with trauma in the discussion of suicide/physical abuse/emotional abuse. Please practice self care. I love you, I support you. <3

It’s been a while! 1,341 more words

The 'most beautiful woman in the world' Hedy Lamar invented wifi.

Hedy Lamarr was a successful actress in the ’40s and 50s starring alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest leading men, but it was her other contribution that continues to have a long lasting impact on us today – An invention that contributed to the early creations of bluetooth and WiFi technology. 82 more words

Global

To remember what I loved of November 12th, 2017

I loved how the weather wasn’t too cold or windy today. It was the perfect degree of coldness combined with warm fall colors juxtaposing with the grey tones of preparation for winter to come. 46 more words

Herstory

Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #12. Theme: Transformative

Herstory’s Omissions

She removed every memory
of those who had disappointed her,
storing them in the museum
known as her attic,
where they were placed like… 8 more words

In Search of My Own Gardens Podcast: Episode Four - The Work of Mistreatment w/ Leila Zainab

Episode Four! This week’s Podcast Episode is all about the Work of Mistreatment! What does it mean to hustle? What does it mean to “get the paper?” How do we choose radical self care and self love in a world of constant movement? 26 more words

Empire - an unorthodox Chola heroine

Reading it just after Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s “Palace of Illusions”, I can’t help but contrast the two stories, with a woman at the center stage. In the former, Draupadi – a queen born in a divine manner – remains an object, using her feminine charms to suit her ends but never in control of her fate. 782 more words

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