The energies are flowing. Do your legwork…get out and vote. Compassion for the future leadership as we move into huge transitions and karma balancing. And while the US feels it is the center of the world, please remind ourselves there is ONE planet and many expressions of government, ways of life and religions.
PSI Symposium Annual Journal 1999 TOWARD THE ONE Ronald Mangravite July 14, 1983 Much of what I wanted to say has already been given to you by all the lovely people here who have been priming us with the idea of split brain theory; of two different modes of thinking; of two different kinds of […]
And at those weird points in time Where the confines of the waking world Blend with the world of dreams And so I captured this fancy Where all that we see or seem Is but a dream withing a dream APP An earthquake, a hurricane, a snowstorm all within 24 hours. Life is sure interesting. […]
Hurricane Sandy is moving off the Carolina coast fortunately not affecting western North Carolina much. Yet there is still that poignant pregnant feeling – perhaps akin to a child awaiting trick or treat or counting down to Christmas presents. There has been no frost yet – at night a few neon green fireflies flash high […]
It’s midnight and 60 degrees outside. The air is pregnant, heavy, moist. The salt breezes linger heavily in my hair, but I am hundreds of miles from the ocean. The clouds have a Ruebenesque quality with the light of the moon backlighting them. Yet they hang motionless in the night sky like flats from chains […]
Digital Book World presents… When it comes to book discovery, things are going to get more complicated before they get simpler. Reader behavior is in flux and the ways in which people engage with and discover new content has grown exponentially, according to data from Bowker presented by the company’s vice president of publishing services […]
http://news.yahoo.com/enormous-roman-mosaic-found-under-farmers-field-191743498.html The first hint that something stunning lay underground in southern Turkey came in 2002, when Purdue University classics professor Nick Rauh walked through a freshly-plowed farmer’s field near the ancient city of Antiochia ad Cragum. The plow had churned up bits of mosaic tile, Hoff said. Rauh consulted other archaeologists, including experts at the […]
Tashlich, Hebrew “to cast,” refers to the casting away sins usually done on the first day of Rosh Hashanah. This commemoration of the self-sacrifice of Abraham is performed waterside with the reading of special verses. Upon concluding the verses, the corners of one’s clothes are shaken out. The concept of releasing sins and karma are empowerment of the […]