Saturday, June 4, 2016. Welllllll……. I DO have one more post in me today! My baby sister shared this with me today – in her comment saying she knew how much I would enjoy this video – and she was so right!
This is what I am truly about in my lifetime – healing for all of us, our whole glorious, beautiful human race! And this short video is one of the MOST beautiful ones I have ever watched!
In honor of the 1.6 billion relatives of ours who are Islamic, 22% of our world population, I also present this article (scroll down a little, it’s under the short slideshow):
I am surrounded by refugee and immigrant families in these apartment complexes in Fargo, ND. Such lovely neighbors and people in every way. Blessings, prayers and love — to all around the world.
We are on our way to a permanent and lasting Universal Peace on this planet. We all have a part to play in this glorious destiny.
AND, while I am here – are a few more links I’ve found and am enjoying –
Tibetan Bowl Music – beautiful and so relaxing, as is this –
And this incredible instrument!
And for some reason, THIS new information FEELS very important to me, I deeply honor these ancient relatives of our species. God has His reasons, not for us to fathom.
This very recent incredible discovery turns over so much of what we have thought we knew about hominid species’ life on this planet:
And here is a very interesting looking book!
Adult ADHD: How to Succeed as a Hunter in a Farmer’s World – June 19, 2016
by Thom Hartmann
Oh, and here’s another important book by the author of Socrates Cafe: A Fresh Taste of Philosophy –
The Philosophy of Childing: Unlocking Creativity, Curiosity, and Reason through the Wisdom of Our Youngest – May 17, 2016 – by Christopher Phillips (who has written MANY books)
On Amazon.com about this book:
“Weaving together philosophy, social science and neuroscience research, personal anecdotes and dialogues, The Philosophy of Childing takes a radically different approach to the traditional boundaries between childhood and adulthood to reveal how rather than lapse into adulthood, we can achieve what the Greeks of old call arete—all-around excellence—when we look to children and youth as a lodestar for our development.
“Childhood is our primary launching pad, a time of life when learning is more intense than at any other, when we gain the critical knowledge and skills that can help ensure that we remain adaptable. This book weaves together the thinking of philosophers from across the ages who make the unsettling assertion that with the passage of time we are apt to shrink mentally, emotionally, and cognitively. If we follow what has become an all-too-common course, we denature our original nature—which brims with curiosity, empathy, reason, wonder, and a will to experiment and understand—and we regress, our sense of who we are will become fuzzier and everyone in our orbit will pay a price.
“Mounting evidence shows that we begin our lives with a moral, intellectual, and creative bang, and in this groundbreaking, heavily researched and highly engaging volume, Christopher Phillips makes the provocative case that childhood isn’t merely a state of becoming, while adulthood is one of being, as if we’ve “arrived” and reached the summit. His life-changing proposition is that if we embrace the defining qualities of youth, we’re not destined to become frail, dispirited, or unhinged, we’ll grow in a way defined by wonder, curiosity, imaginativeness, playfulness, and compassion—in essence, unlimited potential.”
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Here is our first book out in ebook format. Click here to view or purchase–
It lists for $2.99 and can be read by Amazon Prime customers without charge. A daring book – for daring readers – about a really tough subject.
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