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What Working on a Whale Watching Boat Taught Me About Connecting with People

Introverts get a bad rap. Contrary to popular belief, we do have the capacity to interact and hold conversations with others. Introverts don’t mind conversation. We just appreciate the more profound roots of people and topics. 1,220 more words

Costa Rica 2014

Living Cosmology: Ecofeminism

Living Cosmology: Christian Responses to Journey of the Universe
Panel: Ecofeminism

Sharon Kugler, Yale University (Chair)
Mary Hunt, Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual…

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No More Pretend

“I’m done acting a certain way when I’m around him. I’m tired of having to pretend I don’t feel manipulated. It’s his terms always, with no consideration of others and that just irks me to no end. 594 more words

Remarks by OFR Director Richard Berner at the Third Annual Workshop on Financial Interconnectedness

Thank you to the organizers and BIS for the opportunity to address this research conference on “Global Financial Interconnectedness.” The OFR was established to identify, monitor, and assess threats to financial stability, so improving our collective understanding of the interconnectedness of the global financial system is essential for achieving the OFR mission. 2,948 more words

Securities Regulation

How Sacred Science Addresses What Modern Physics Ignores

Collective Evolution

October 4, 2015 by Tom Bunzel.

In a recent attempt to understand how conventional physics “explains” reality, I began to read Lawrence Krauss’ … 198 more words


To the best of our knowledge, the Buddha was the first to discover the path that leads beyond all forms of suffering to complete, perfect enlightenment.

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Boudica: Hero or Villain?

For those who don’t know, Boudica (also spelled as Boadicea) was a Celtic warrior chief in the first century AD, who led her tribe, the Iceni, in a bloody revolt against the Romans.   611 more words

Shazan Qureshi