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GPS FOR THE SOUL
The Whispering World
John David Mann
Coauthor of the international bestseller The Go-Giver and The ...
The Good, the Bad and the Universe
Single woman, breast cancer survivor in the world of dating, h...
I'm not really sure how to embrace this all, how to say thank you for my life, thank you for caring, thank you for not giving up on me. And who do I thank? The universe? Maybe my thank you is right here in this blog giving back to this world that has given me so much.
5 Elements of a Winning Entrepreneurial Mindset
Transformational Business and Book Coach, Law of Attraction Pr...
We've all got those dreaded "things" we need to work on inside our heads. They're those things that seem to hold us back from charging our worth, feeling like we're enough and unapologetically announcing to the world who we are. It keeps us from attracting clients.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
People Smile and Tell Me I'm the Lucky One. Motherhood as an Answered Prayer. (Part 2 of 2)
Kerrie L Cooper
kerrie l. cooper. founder, kindred. because someone's been th...
Every year on Mother's Day and on her birthday, I sit with the knowledge that this child my husband and I so desperately wanted was always destined to come to us.
Some of the Changes Lawrence M. Krauss Should Make to the Second Edition of "A Universe from Nothing"
Painter and poet
He also doesn't mention how to argue that we live in a static (always eternal) universe the German physicist Pascual Jordan
NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC/Caltech)
Humanity Is A Tiny Speck On This Timeline Of The Universe
Here's a detailed look at the history (and possible future) of the universe.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
4 Reasons I Give Thanks for My MS Diagnosis This Thanksgiving
Mary Joan Cunningham
Health & Wellness Activist; Founder, ThrivewithMS.com
Many of us living with MS feel this exhaustion and thus feel defeated. I chose not to accept defeat, but to just. stop. exhausting. myself.
The Old and New Theologies of Significant Insignificance Share Joylessness
Frank Schaeffer is a New York Times bestselling author of more...
Today's secular science of human insignificance inspires its own theology. This secular theology assigns us a contradictory groveling
How to Deal With Life's Little Lessons
Mary E. Pritchard, PhD, HHC
Psychology professor, Boise State University
So rather than hiding under a rock, I have learned that processing each lesson the universe sends me is essential for my well-being. I have learned that if I don't want to have to learn that lesson again, I need to do three things: Eat it, digest it and eliminate it.
Celebrating Ten Years of Road Trips on Mars
President and founder of iNK Think Tank, Inc./Author of childr...
These books will interest adults and open everyone's eyes to the kind of books kids should be reading to meet the CCSS; if only more teachers and administrators were aware of them.
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'Hang Onto Your Hopes My Friend'
Entrepreneur, Writer, Speaker, Dandelion Chaser
I believe we all have a dream! A dream being, how you see living your life, the way life itself should be!
Now Is the Time to See Jupiter!
David J. Eicher
Editor-in-Chief, Astronomy magazine
Jupiter is at maximum brilliancy, reflecting the greatest amount of sunlight straight back to us, and it's also visible all night, rising at sunset and setting at sunrise.
I'm With Stupid: Life, the Universe, Tupac and Everything
Buckler of swashes
So I'm not sure about you, but I don't think this idea of the universe as a hologram -- since I don't believe it -- is going to have much effect on my day-to-day life.
7 Steps to Become a Better Receiver
7. Fall in love with yourself! This is a life-long adventure. Every day that you can find ways to love yourself more deeply
About Death, II
Roger S. Gottlieb
Professor of Philosophy, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Scared of death? Sure I am, I'm no hero and I'll probably fight against the dying of the light like anyone else. But ultimately, if I have an ultimately, I'm just damn glad I got to be here. And damn grateful to everyone (and I mean that in absolutely the widest sense) who made it possible.
SXSW 2013: HuffPost Weird News Party Gets High With NASA In Space, Texas
And it was all to a stellar backdrop of high-definition projections from NASA's Hubble Telescope. We left our mark on Texas
What Is The Color Of The Universe?
Several people proposed names for the color and the one that stuck was "Cosmic Latte."
The Universe Spoke To Me
Senior Reporter, HuffPost
Sometimes the universe speaks to me. The problem is, I don't always know what it's saying. But on one recent Sunday, it roared in my ear and I got the message loud and clear. Shirley MacLaine would be proud.
Why 'A Universe From Nothing' Should Mean Everything
Journalist, technologist, founder of Women Futurists Collective
Just think: Right now, you are the universe reflecting on itself (it doesn't get much more meta than that). To choose to see that as "nothing" would be the biggest travesty of all.
Science: A Call for Humility
A high energy nuclear physicist
All we can realistically do is achieve whatever knowledge is open to us to understand. This might well fall short of the expectations of my more optimistic fellow scientists. I think a little humility is in order.
Higgs Boson, The So-Called 'God Particle': What's Really At Stake?
If the Higgs doesn't exist, in other words, you'll probably have to learn even more about physics just to keep up with all
The Universe Takes on Sexual Abuse
Mental Rest Advocate, Author, Business Owner
Will We Ever Figure It Out?
Senior Astronomer, SETI Institute
While, it's chic to say that the human brain is the most complex thing in the universe -- perhaps the complexity of the universe could be too subtle for a three-pound brain to decipher. Ever.
Why Do We Exist? Experiments Hold the Answer
Robert Lanza, M.D.
Scientist, theoretician and author, 'Beyond Biocentrism'
We scientists have looked at the world for so long that we no longer challenge its reality. Here is the Universe: our sense organs perceive atoms and galaxies to some 14 billion light-years.
Midnight: Miracle or Monster?
Richard (RJ) Eskow
Host of 'The Zero Hour'; Writer; Senior Advisor, Social Securi...
The idea that random processes could produce something as complex, beautiful, and varied as life is far more miraculous to me than anything written in any of the holy books.
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