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6 Ways to Stay Fulfilled

Take care of yourself. Continue to persevere: do not allow doubt to creep across your goals. Always make sure to take some time every day to rest. That time should be just for you to keep stress away.…

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4 Things You Need to Know From a Long-Time Feminist

First and foremost, follow your dream. When I began work in July 1965 at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) as the first woman attorney in the Office of the General Counsel, interpr…

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How We Are All Connected

Janine L. Kimmel shares how, in the great circle of life, we are all connected. Now I think I know the answer; it's simple really, you know? I think. . . well, I think we're all here just to be goo…

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Wisdom from Caroline Flohr

Three knocks at the front door wake me. Two emergency responders greet me with news that my twin daughter is dead. She is 16 years old; me, just 40. An odd clarity washes over me... We are all rowi…

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Everything is Connected to Everything Else

In the physical world, we have many different ways of acquiring information: Newspapers, books, television, radio, cell phone conversations, shortwave radios--all these ways of tapping into various ki…

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Miracles and the Real Reality

We cannot even imagine the complex forces behind every event that occurs in our lives. Thereís a conspiracy of coincidences that weaves the web of karma or destiny and creates an individualís persona…

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Kara Foran

Kara is an editor for Care2's Healthy Living. She's happiest when engaging with creative, bright and loving people--whether they are the stranger on... more

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Better than insect repellents...need to attract some bats on our walks :O)

When we were children, going out Trick or Treating, we never say candy corn or a lot of the present …

Gosh this lasagna looks good.

I never buy them. I rarely eat them, even in season. But I love them ... mostly as a rare happy t…