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The Shape of Water as Anthropocene Fairytale
I suppose it was appropriate to the theme that it was pouring rain as I approached the theatre. After the Oscar buzz of The Shape of Water, Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro’s new fantasy film, I... Read more
by Jason M. Brown | Holyscapes
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On Competition
Competition has played a critical role in birthing the world we know today — taking life from a few chains of nucleic acids to an entity capable of photographing its home planet from the edge of the... Read more
by Bill Miller | Companions on the Journey
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Practices From the Inside Out: Finding the Words We Live By
Understanding the Words We Live By Our communication relies on a combination of words and stillness. Sometimes we write words, leaving blank spaces between them. Other times we say words out loud... Read more
by Greg Richardson | Strategic Monk
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Returning Emotions to Their Natural State
Emotional intelligence requires the capacity to feel our emotions, the ability to express them effectively, and the ability to distinguish between emotions related to the present and the past. Read more
by Loch Kelly | A Glimpse of Awakening by Loch Kelly
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Missing from the Gun Debate
…from a spiritual perspective—and this is in line with the teachings of most of the world’s religions—the threat of violence should be a last resort, not a first response. Read more
by Gudjon Bergmann | Interspirituality for the Modern Day Seeker
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Practicing the Power of Love
Shortly after my (spontaneous) conversion at the age of 16, I went on a youth convention to Dallas, TV called Explo72, where, for the first time, I heard Billy Graham speak. Read more
by Wendy Murray | Poets & Lunatics
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