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Margaret Mead

August 31, 1925: On this day, American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead set foot in Samoa for the first time.

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A 24-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Late January, 1976

Wednesday, January 21, 1976

3 PM. A rerun of yesterday’s snow is going on right now outside my window. It should be only a couple of inches, a comfortable dry-powder snow. 4,207 more words

Women Who WOW Us: Margaret Mead

Margaret Mead was an extraordinary woman. In a time where women went to school to find husbands, she went to school and found her life’s work. 447 more words


Six Pilllars of the Examined Life

Parker Palmer’s Spectacular Commencement Address on the Six Pillars of the Examined Life

In 1974, the Tibetan Buddhist teacher and Oxford alumnus Chögyam Trungpa founded Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado – a most unusual and emboldening not-for-profit educational institution named after the eleventh-century Indian Buddhist sage Naropa and intended as a 100-year experiment of combining the best methodologies of Western scholarship with the most timeless tenets of Eastern wisdom, fusing academic and experiential learning with contemplative practice. 1,529 more words

Just A Thought

Euphoria by Lily King

As they were leaving the Mumbanyo, someone threw something at them. It bobbed a few yards from the stern of the canoe. A pale brown thing. 378 more words

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Monthly Book Review: Euphoria -- Lily King

Have you ever read a book that, once you finish, you want to start it all over again? This is something that happens less than once in a blue moon for me, but when it does happen I feel wonderful. 459 more words