Category: Food For Thought

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In an age where information is easily accessible, propaganda techniques still work on the masses. One just has to look at our political system and our nefarious marketing industry to see them in action. “Propaganda works best when those being …

Are You One of the Manipulated Masses? Read More »

If we want to really evolve and survive “Love Thy Nature” The winner of 27 awards, this film reveals how a relationship with nature ignites a sense of meaning and wonder so profound that it touches us at the very …

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Food for thought and fuel for action: Voting is not nearly enough. We need to become organizers and activists. I’m Dying. Here Is What I Refuse to Accept With Serenity. By Ady Barkan  

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Investigative reporters Susanne Craig and David Barstow say the president received today’s equivalent of $413 million from his father’s real estate empire, through what appears to be tax fraud. This revealing investigative reporting explored over 100,000 pages, as well as …

Is Donald Trump the successful self-made business man, real-estate developer that he claims to be? Read More »

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Just wanted to share this profound email I received from Jonathan Fields. For me it is so on point. —————————— Hey there, Digesting the last week. This is not okay. I spent most of the week largely-offline. I was leading …

IT’S NOT OK! Read More »

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Last night a friend shared they were struggling with letting go of certain material possessions (ones they had accumulated for years and valued deeply); as we all do, I thought I would share the following insights. “When you realize that all …

How Important Is Your Stuff? Read More »

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What is the cost of being too busy? What is a common response when you ask someone “how are you doing?” or “How are you?” quite often the response is “I am busy“. If we pay attention, we all frequently use this …

Are You In Deep Do Do? Read More »

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Just when the divisions between various interest groups is greater than ever and major political figures and individuals are crying “Fake New” as a response to most anything they disagree with or doesn’t match a firmly held belief, our media …

The Future of Fake News? Read More »

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