Category Archives: Editor’s Picks

End Health Care Hysteria! 10 Ways to Save the U.S. and You

By Marilynn Preston Personally, I love a smart, juicy debate. But over the last few weeks, I’ve grown weary and frustrated listening to our political leaders argue about the escalating cost of health care in this country. Runaway health care … Continue reading

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Being Mindful of the Good News on the Environment

By Faren Dancer There seems to be a lot of discussion lately about how things are speeding up on Planet Earth, energies are intensifying with shorter intervals between memorable events, both personally and collectively. It’s becoming more apparent that thought … Continue reading

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Cyphers – Episode 10 – White Ashes

Cyphers is a character drama about a group of individuals who discover unexplained phenomena, and how this unearthing affects their personal and professional lives. While searching for the catalyst to these appearances, they uncover treacherous organizations obsessed with controlling food … Continue reading

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The Healing Power of Song

by Michael Stillwater Nearly two-and-a-half centuries ago, Plato wrote: Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything. This timeless passage reminds us how few remain immune to the power … Continue reading

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From The Inside Out, The Real Path To Power

By George Cappannelli We are at an interesting, some say, critical crossroads in our history. The battle currently underway between the left and the right over whose philosophy will shape the next chapter in American history is heating up dramatically. … Continue reading

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What’s it Like in American Samoa?

I’ve given you some tantalizing glimpses into what American Samoa has to offer to the adventurous traveler, but many people ask me many of the usual questions people like to know about a travel destination before they decide – like … Continue reading

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Silent Too Long – Silent No More – On Protests in USA

Apparently the Arab countries are not the only place in the world where people who have been silent too long are waking up. Here in this country Americans who share common concerns about the well-being of our democracy and about the abuses that are currently being perpetrated by the few against the many are beginning to find their voice. And frankly it is none too soon! Continue reading

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Being Beauty – Mind, Body, and Spirit Connection

Do you feel fragmented at times? Is your physical energy and spirit low? Is your mind confused? Does your heart feel sad? Do you feel less than beautiful? Discover where your beauty truly lies, and how by becoming freer within the more intrinsically beautiful you will become. Continue reading

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OneWorld – Out-of-the-Box Conversations: Alan Hutner Talks With Ram Dass & Friends (Part 1)

Alan Hutner [With thanks to Oneheart Magazine and Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) for permission to run this series]. Ram Dass, formerly Dr. Richard Alpert, sparked a revolution some forty years ago with his book, Be Here Now, originally published by … Continue reading

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Don’t Use Your Name & Job Title – Create Yourself a Tagline

Next time you go to a networking event, do yourself a favor– don’t introduce yourself by your company name and title. So boring! Instead, use a tagline. A tagline speaks volumes about who you are and what you can do … Continue reading

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