This is computer gaming demo that woke me up! I cannot even begin to describe what this means because it’s significance is very serious for our emotional well-being. What was your reaction to your first pet? What was your reaction to your first born child? How will you react when your digital buddy or Tamagotchi
Alan Watts was a prolific author of books on comparative religion. He was a genius at contrasting Christianity, Judaism with Zen Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism. In many ways has what Osho called Zorba the Buddah because he had his feet firmly in the West and the East. After growing up in England he settled in
We need to keep ourselves educated about our own health and wellness…
This is a profound message from one of the greatest minds of the 20th century. Carl Jung went way beyond Freud and even Einstein because did not place any limitations on what humanity. And if you want to explore this question further, may I recommend the Origins of Evil lecture by Michael Tsarion.
Hey I know I’m a few years behind in noticing this movie. My friend Ra-eef Wicomb brought this to my attention today. So here’s the write-up from Video Vision, the main production company, and the trailer from Youtube follows below: VIDEOVISION’S “DOLLARS AND WHITE PIPES” PREMIERES AT MONTREAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL Dollars And White Pipes,
College Humour’s own Dan Gurewitch takes his tweets to the streets. See our videos a month sooner at College Humour, check us out at our mobile site and follow us at http://www.twitter.com/collegehumor Incoming search terms:allinurl: TWITTER IN REAL LIFE! (1)
Nick Vujicic has no arms or legs but has come to terms with his lot in life and he delivers an inspirational speech to these school kids that they will probably never forget.
This is one of those videos that really makes you think about how trivial some aspects of social networking sites like Twitter can be. From: “SuperNews!” An animated sketch comedy series airing on Current TV.
With profound simplicity, Coach John Wooden redefines success and urges us all to pursue the best in ourselves. In this inspiring talk he shares the advice he gave his players at UCLA, quotes poetry and remembers his father’s wisdom. He first came to my attention via the monthly Toastmasters International magazine. In this talk poetically
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