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thesis know-how - let participants 'speak for themselves'?

I was watching a long interview with Kazuo Ishiguro the other night – as you do if you live in the UK and still have some good (high) cultural television – and something he said leapt out at me. 1,426 more words

Pat Thomson

Book Review: Close to Destiny

Close to Destiny

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Fiction

My Favorite Quotes about Opening to Change (1)

Opening to change-

“You’re the only one who knows when you’re using things to protect yourself and keep your ego together and when you’re opening and letting things fall apart, letting the world come as it is – working with it rather than struggling against it. 350 more words

Quotations

Being Spirit Led Is Like A Ship Sailing (Louis Lallemant Quotes)

French Jesuit priest, Louis Lallemant, taught how to be led by the Spirit in the 1600s. Here are come quotes from his book La Doctrine Spirituelle ( 299 more words

Christianity

a year living with and without

I’ve slacked off on posting daily, but am getting back on track!

This post is inspired by Zen Habits author Leo Babauta and his Year of Living Without… 111 more words

From the poetry of James Russell Lowell [1819-1891]

From the poetry of James Russell Lowell

Midnight

The moon shines white and silent
On the mist, which, like a tide
Of some enchanted ocean, 194 more words

Nature

The Wisdom of Spock

Before there was HAL 9000, Yoda,  or R2D2, there was Spock — a character that Gene Roddenberry created in 1964 for Star Trek, one of the longest-running science fiction franchises. 436 more words

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