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Something to Think About: Meaning, Personal and Global

It is easier and more useful to make your life more meaningful than to search for the ultimate meaning of life. Dear friend, Our mind doesn’t have access to the ultimate meaning of life. Answers to questions about what the world is and how it was created can take us closer to the meaning. However, […]

What I Learned photographing my own wedding

Dear friends, family, and loved ones: on June 11, 2016 I just married the love of my life, Cindy. It was (one of) my favorite days with her, and also one of the most stressful days to prepare for. It was a celebration of love, friendship, and shared experiences. Needless to say, being one of [...]

“Men Cheat Because They’re Dogs. Women Cheat for Revenge” But Do They Really?

The quote from the title was boldly stated by a dear friend during a recent conversation on dating and marriage. I’m sure it came as a result of frustrations over the whole dating scene. While this friend shared that truth from her perspective, another shared that she will always feel like a man will cheat Keep Reading ?

Tony Feher

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

Blaffer Art Museum joins the international art community and the family of Tony Feher in mourning the loss of a great artist and dear friend. "Tony's poignant and inimitable touch transformed materials and people in equally profound ways. Show More Summary

Something to Think About: Gratitude Can Help In Adversity

Dear friend, That was a tough day. Our younger daughter, Sia, had a raging infection. Her fever was 105 degrees. She looked really unwell. We took her to the ER. After elaborate testing, we received the diagnosis, she was prescribed antibiotics, and we drove back home. After a few minutes of sharing worries, we began […]

One Night Standoff

One Tuesday night, after a(n) (amazingly heart-piercing) show by the (amazingly heart-piercing) Amy Kuney at the Bootleg, my dear friend, ironysradiocheck and I are feeling a little prowly. We decide to hit up Tenants of the Trees to...Show More Summary

Honour Jo Cox

Last week our movement lost one of its brightest stars,  Jo Cox MP. Many of us at ONE knew Jo as a dear friend, passionate colleague and unwavering advocate for social justice. We are deeply shocked and saddened by her death and our thoughts go out to her family. On Jo’s birthday this Wednesday 22…

Why I Am An Ocean Advocate

Image Credit: Huffington Post When a dear friend asked me, "When and why did you become an Ocean's Advocate?" My response was this... The Instigating Event: Around New Years I was introduced to the movie, "The Cove." This movie addresses the cruel, painful, and irrational slaughters of dolphins in Taiji, Japan. Show More Summary

Rubén Aguirre Died At Age 82 After Being Hospitalized For Pneumonia

According to Latin Times, Rubén Aguirre, who was known for playing the role of Professor Jirafales in El Chavo del 8, has passed away at the age of 82. Rubén Aguirre’s dear friend, Edgar Vivar, who played Señor Barriga in in El Chavo del 8, took to Twitter to confirm that Aguirre had passed away... Show More Summary

Something to Think About: The Gift of Minor Irritations

Dear friend, Our home recently had an unwelcome visitor—a mouse. Let’s call him Mr. Mousey. Mr. Mousey left his mark—his droppings—all over the dwelling, putting our entire family on alert. We went on a cleaning rampage, setting up traps to catch him before he could invade the pantry. We finally caught Mr. Mousey and escorted […]

Amazon's adaptation of 'The Interestings' is disappointing

It's fitting that a dear friend from college introduced me to Meg Wolitzer's novel "The Interestings" the saga of a group of friends who meet at Spirit in the Woods, a summer arts camp, and stay together in various complex configurations for the rest of their lives. Since the first time I read...

Entry 10 Trying to get Christian home

Continued from >>> Entry 9 Adria, Joshes dear friend wants to put on a benefit for Josh at The Monarch in San Francisco. She wants to do it all and in my agoraphobic state I am very happy for that. My brother flies in from Mich. My nephew comes from LA. Show More Summary

Meet the strange attractors behind Dangerous Minds

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Our dear friends Richard Metzger and Tara McGinley of the essential Dangerous Minds blog are profiled in the new issue of Cincinnati Magazine. Richard and Tara recently moved to Cincinnati, where Tara and I both grew up! From Cincinnati Magazine: When Dangerous Minds does dig for a bone, moreover, it digs deeper than the others. Show More Summary

Trump, the Judge, La Raza, and the Presidency

Again, I emphasize that I'm not a supporter of Clinton, Sanders, or Trump.Below is a copy my response to an email from a dear friend; embedded in her email was an article about Trump, Judge Curiel, and the militant protest group, La Raza. Show More Summary

Something to Think About: Is Normal Phenomenal?

Dear friend, It takes a full year for a baby’s cooing sounds to turn into words, and another one to two years for these words to join into a simple conversation. Adult speech entails coordination of seventy to one hundred muscles, with more neurons needed to speak than are needed for a hundred-meter sprint. Speaking, […]

Use Geometry to Deal with the Silver Fox Conundrum

3 weeks agoSports / Cricket : Harrowdrive

I received a cry for help on Facebook the other night from a dear friend of mine who plays village cricket in the heart of Somerset. Charlie - who opens the batting for his local team - is a quite incredible man: A huge cricket enthusiast who has worked wonders as a coach with players with physical disabilities. Show More Summary

Hundreds March for Child Sex Abuse Law SOL Reform

On June 5th, child sex abuse advocates and survivors met to march across the Brooklyn Bridge for rally in City Hall area. Dear Friends of the Child Victims Act   Thank you to all the brave survivors and advocates who joined us on Sunday...Show More Summary

keith murnighan, rip (1948-2016)

Keith Murnighan, a dear friend and colleague, passed away yesterday after a hard fought battle with cancer. It was a sad day for those of us who knew him. Keith was a vibrant member of the Northwestern community, but his influence extended well beyond Evanston, which is evident from the outpouring of support and sentiment […]

Something to Think About: Does Time Heal?

Dear friend, Different philosophers, physicists, and religious authorities have different perspectives on the nature of time. Most of us see the past as the past, while some tribes look at the past as the future (and the future as the past). Some track the movement of the sun, while others track the moon. Some see […]

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