Seth’s Blog: The perfect crime


Another sign that Big Money has gone too far, and that corporations are too powerful. Originally, corporations were granted charters for two years, and could only be renewed if they could prove they were doing the public good. As Seth Godin says here, business for the sake of short-term profit, with no accountability to the […]

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Surging Toward Oneness


Surging toward Oneness; toward the reunification of all that I am, and all I am yet to be, simultaneously; no less me than I am now. Surging toward an expanded perception of all that “I” really am, not exchanging one limited expression of limitation for another. (inspired by “Oneness,” by Rasha) (website) (Amazon)

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Milena at Tikal


This image of Milena atop one of the Mayan pyramids at Tikal strikes me on many levels. First of all, you see what she is seeing, you feel what she is feeling. The photo is taken over her left shoulder, and we can see that we are above the jungle treetops, and way off in […]

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Completed Questions: Experimental Group Voice class


Experimental Group Voice, Keith Rowley 1.How will this activity attract University of Washington students? This activity will attract UW students by being experientially effective. That is, participants will not only know they have been through an exciting event, they will feel it. This course will expand their range of expression, emotion, feeling, and interrelationships, and […]

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The Fourth Reich: Avoided for Now?


Admittedly, I am not very good at keeping up with the latest news. I mean, I just found this today (from March 11th), about Colorado High School Social Studies teacher Jay Benning being reinstated in his job after originally being placed on leave for comparing certain of PrezBush's Jan 06 State of the Union address […]

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