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You Are a Breath of the Universe

Human beings are embedded in the cosmos in a particular way and we can observe this externally. I am saying this because (as you saw in yesterday’s lecture) much depends on the nature of our feelings toward growing children—the degree of reverence we have toward the mysterious revelation of the cosmos in growing human beings. 752 more words

Rudolf Steiner

Home for the weekend...

I decided this weekend to take a trip to visit my hometown this weekend. See my family in a non-holiday setting. Hang out with them as people in a somewhat less stressful environment. 1,280 more words


Microcosm E Coli and the New Science of Life Of

E. coli O157:H7, O26, O111, O103, O121, O45 and O145 – it can get abit(e) confusing. As of June 8, 2012, the CDC and various State health Departmentsreport that there are 14 cases of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichiacoli (STEC) O145 infection with indistinguishable DNA patterns thathave been identified in lab samples from persons in 6 states:Alabama (2), California (1), Florida (1), Georgia (5), Louisiana(4), Tennessee (1). 232 more words

Mandala Of The Sun

The mandala speaks through the trees, its transition is of our own, the burning heart of the sun. The great depth of being, the ascending spiral growths outward yet returns to the point of its beginning. 42 more words

Alpine Lodge Architecture Concept DESIGN

The Italian architect Armin Senoner envisioned a high concept hotel perched on a cliff. The “Semiotic Alpine Escape” is an architectural project which rethinks the hierarchy and the concept of caste, social division in struggle: the aristocracy, the middle class and the working class. 41 more words


Quote Of The Day: 06/30/2015

Man is a microcosm, or a little world, because he is an extract from all the stars and planets of the whole firmament, from the earth and the elements; and so he is their quintessence.

– Paracelsus


22 June 2015

SG ~ My wife collected a library copy of Jill Bolte Taylor’s ‘My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist’s Personal Journey’.
Jill is a Harvard-trained neuro-scientist and as a thirty-seven year-old she experienced a massive stroke in the left hemisphere of her brain.
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