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2015/07/31 13:14
2015/07/31 13:14
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I’m a big birthday person. Huge. Most Leos I know are. Perhaps this is because we don’t usually have the license to spend an entire day doing how many of us would prefer to spend our entire lives: in...
2015/07/31 13:14
2015/07/31 13:14
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2015/07/30 22:35
2015/07/30 22:35
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It was her father who introduced her to the lake, was "adamant" she and her siblings learn to swim. Insisted, when they spent a month at Windermere each summer, they become proficient, though whether...
2015/07/26 22:15
2015/07/26 22:15
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... there is much light, the shadow is deep.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The Sri Lankan novelist Simon Navagattegama used a series of mystic symbols in his famous novels - Sansaranyaye...
2015/07/22 23:05
2015/07/22 23:05
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When I began teaching in 1975, everyone was reading "Ragtime," by E.L. Doctorow. That luminous novel had just appeared, to great acclaim, and I read it again and again, marveling at its complex...
2015/07/22 19:39
2015/07/22 19:39
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Ever wanted to recapture your youth by reliving a fun childhood activity without putting any serious strain on your body? How about find an inexpensive way to relax after a long day that doesn't...
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2015/07/16 12:05
2015/07/16 12:05
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2015/07/08 06:21
2015/07/08 06:21
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Dorothy was multifaceted. Her interests included anything from international cooking to floral arrangements, even flight lessons; nothing was beyond her realm of possibilities. She would frequently...
2015/07/01 04:44
2015/07/01 04:44
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By LINDA M. LINONIS CANFIELD Sister Bridget Nolan views a mandala as a “visual meditation.” “It’s a spiritual journey,” she said. “The process is more important than the product. It matters what...
2015/06/29 09:08
2015/06/29 09:08
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Dreams can be described as “a language of enigmatic parable” that Western culture generally prefers to dismiss. There’s a devaluation of dreams in the West, something the ancients would have found...
2015/06/25 22:16
2015/06/25 22:16
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Recent headlines (a prominent white person trying to pass as black, continuing white-on-black violence) and an enduring misreading of satire (an ex-FIFA official recently cited an article from the...
2015/07/31 13:14
2015/07/31 13:14
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