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Vulnerability and Everything Is Waiting For You

–by David Whyte (Jul 14, 2016)

Vulnerability is not a weakness, a passing indisposition, or something we can arrange to do without, vulnerability is not a choice, vulnerability is the underlying, ever present and abiding undercurrent of our natural state. 421 more words

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Viviendo Sin Fronteras / Living Without Boundaries

–por Eknath Easwaran (May 27, 2016) 

Cuando nos concentramos profundamente, aunque sea sólo por unos momentos, hay un respiro de este conflicto incesante entre el interés personal condicionado y nuestro deseo de amar; hay una breve tregua en la guerra entre el placer y la conciencia. 905 more words

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The Power of Here


– By Bill Plotkin (May 20, 2016)

When we’re young, a virtually universal component of what our ego doesn’t know is our ultimate place, our soul. 364 more words

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Reflections by Julie Todd

Soulforce has been an intimate part of the United Methodist movement for LGBTQ inclusion and justice in the United Methodist Church, particularly during our General Conferences. 1,265 more words

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I have a dream

This post is on behalf of my son and daughter. I want to pay my respect to Martin Luther King, Jr for the work he lead in making this world a better place for them. 164 more words

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Nueva Definición Del Ser Humano / New Definition Of A Human Being

–por Clare Dakin (Dec 11, 2015)

Abrazando la naturaleza para despertar al ser instintivo.

Despertando el ser instintivo. Estoy fascinada con esas palabras, me jalan. 2,016 more words

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The Secret Life of the Senses

–by Diane Ackerman  (Nov 05, 2015)

There is no way in which to understand the world without first detecting it through the radar-net of our senses… Our senses define the edge of consciousness, and because we are born explorers and questors after the unknown, we spend a lot of our lives pacing that windswept perimeter: We take drugs; we go to circuses; we tramp through jungles; we listen to loud music; we purchase exotic fragrances; we pay hugely for culinary novelties, and are even willing to risk our lives to sample a new taste. 467 more words

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