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"I am determined to see things differently." We want the people in our life to love us in a way that only Source can love us. This makes us endlessly and irrationally angry. Read More... Continue »
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"What I see is a form of vengeance." In our separated mind, reality is never the way we want it to be, and this makes us very angry from a childlike place inside. Our schemes and plans to redeem our past hurt through "getting" from others and seeking revenge is... Continue »
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I was at the Royals' game Tuesday night. Yes, I went to see the team play, but mostly I was there to conduct journalism's first interview with Rally Mantis II (pictured here in a photo on The Kansas City Star's... Continue »
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My 7 Goal Daily Rituals Meditation Fitness - Run, Bike, Weights Family Time- Breakfast, dinner, play, fun Planning Session for day - Compartmentalise and Diarise Captured Info Learning session - Podcast/ Read Nature Session - Dog Walk, Surf, Bike Ride, Playing Ourside, Fishing Supporting Session - Showing, Teaching, Caoching, Helping... Continue »
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Neon Trees singer Tyler Glenn has a solo L.A. show next month! He has scheduled a 21+ show at the Satellite on Wednesday, September 28. Tickets for the show are on sale now via Ticketfly for $15.00 each plus service... Continue »
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As part of his For the Cold debut live tour, Sweater Beats has scheduled two upcoming local shows! In support of his upcoming EP For the Cold, Antonio Cuna will headline all-ages shows at El Rey Theatre on Friday, October... Continue »
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**Live from the Journamalists' Self-Made Gehenna:** I see an extremely strange, weird, and wrong white-washing of Barry Goldwater by Louis Menand in the _New Yorker_... Goldwater, according to Menand, was: "[no] kind of racist... a lifelong opponent of racial discrimination... did not want to campaign for the segregationist vote." And yet, somehow, the campaign Goldwater ran and the organization to run it he built were very clear on what the first liberty he sought to secure was: The first liberty was the liberty to be free from the interference of the federal government in how your state, county, citizen, and town dealt with African-Americans: **Louis Menand**: _[He Knew He Was Right][]_: >Goldwater was not a segregationist, nor was he any kind of racist. He was, in fact, a lifelong opponent of racial discrimination... [He Knew He Was Right]: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/03/26/he-knew-he-was-right >...At the beginning of his political career, as a city councilman, he had led the fight to end segregation in the Phoenix public schools; his first staff assistant when he went to the Senate, as Perlstein tells us, was a black woman; he was a member of the N.A.A.C.P. Goldwater voted against the Civil Rights Act because he believed, as a... Continue »