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Life Is Baeutiful

–by Pavithra Mehta  (May 21, 2015)

Do you remember the name of your kindergarden teacher? I do, mine. Her name was Mrs. White. And I remember thinking she must be some older relation of Walt Disney’s Snow White, because she had the same bright blue eyes, short dark hair, red lips and fair skin. 468 more words

WednesdaysOnFridays

Physical Manifestation: Research Summary

A human being can benefit from strengthening their presence in the higher world. To do so, they must find and develop that part of themselves which is eternal. 1,558 more words

"And after April, when May follows..."

A large city is not the best place to experience springtime. Just like in the country, there are robins and other birds that reappear in the spring. 457 more words

American Beer

Writing with Violets: Parlour Chemistry c. 1800

As fascinating as I find dictionaries and the long s, I was worried that this blog just didn’t have enough color this week.  I decided to change that with the help of my backyard full of violets and a chemistry experiment in the guise of a party trick from about 1800. 626 more words

History

Le Début et la Fin du Monde

As the days get sunnier and warmer, I am reminded of a classic urban legend:

A woman went shopping for groceries. After she finished at the grocery store, she placed her purchases on the back seat of her car in the parking lot. 596 more words

Psychology

Small Wonder

–by Barbara Kingsolver (Apr 09, 2015)

Barry Lopez writes that if we hope to succeed in the endeavor of protecting natures other than our own, “it will require that we reimagine our lives…. 458 more words

WednesdaysOnFridays

Quicksilver, Neal Stephenson

Little blog, are you ok?  It has been so long since your last post you probably thought I had entirely forsaken you.  I can only apologise and, to be honest, tell you that I ran off with Neal Stephenson and was then seduced by the Easter sunshine. 970 more words

Books