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Tue Jun 7th - 6:00pm - "The Sound of Silence" - Labyrinth Walk at Light of Christ Center with M. Gatlin

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Self-Help Advice That Works

We sifted through recent life-improvement books and found the can-do strategies to help you become more successful, calmer, happier, more focused and …

Will Power

Clever Space-Saving Solutions for Small Bedrooms

If you're dealing with a common small-apartment problem — a bedroom scarcely large enough for a bed, much less anything else — look no further than …

Interior Design

All it takes is 10 mindful minutes | Andy Puddicombe

The Art of Conversation: Timeless, Timely Do’s and Don’ts from 1866

Manners today are often seen as a quaint subject that belongs in Lord Chesterfield’s outlandish advice on the art of pleasing or <i>Esquire</i>‘s dated guide to dating. But in a culture where we regularly do online what we’d never do in person and behave offline in ways our grandparents wouldn’t have dared …

Religion vs. Humanism: Isaac Asimov on Science and Spirituality

Science and religion have a long history of friction as diametric opposites. But some of humanity’s greatest minds have found in science itself a rich source of spirituality, from Albert Einstein’s meditation on whether scientists pray to Richard Feynman’s ode to the universe to Carl Sagan on the …

Mark Twain on Religion and Our Human Egotism

A large part of what made Mark Twain the greatest American satirist was his capacity for cultural nitpicking, from his irreverent advice to little girls to his critique of the press to his snarky commentary on the outrageous requests he received. But one subject to which Twain applied his exquisite …

The Philosophy of Immortality

<i>“If we are continually inadequate in love, uncertain in decision and impotent in the face of death, how is it possible to exist?,”</i> Rilke famously asked. <i>“The idea that you’d have to say ‘goodbye’ to all this — even though it’s infuriating and maddening and frightening and horrible, some of the time</i> …

Danielle LaPorte

Danielle LaPorte’s <i>White Hot Truth</i> comes straight from the messy, complicated world of authentic life experience. <b>She is a force field of energy,</b> …

Henry Miller’s Notice to Visitors

Fame comes with a vexing flipside — the constant barrage of requests and, in the pre-digital days, the common offense of unannounced in-person visits to the famed person’s home or workspace. Managing this onslaught of generally well-meaning but suffocating adulation with the right balance of …

7 Stupid Questions We Need To Stop Asking

1. “Can I use your computer?”<p>They don’t need you all up in their shit. They don’t need you typing a single letter into the YouTube search bar and …

Alexis Neely Interviews Danielle LaPorte: Q&A on The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte - Listen to music

The Politics of Homosexuality, 20 Years Later

On May 10, 1993, <i>The New Republic</i> published a seminal essay by <b>Andrew Sullivan</b> — the magazine’s then-editor, currently purveyor of some of the internet’s finest political and cultural commentary on <i>The Dish</i> — titled “The Politics of Homosexuality.” Based on a series of talks he had given on college …

Danielle LaPorte

To achieve great things 2 things are required: a plan, and not quite enough time. - Leonard Bernstein via @danpallotta (story of my biz)