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Lifestyle
by footloose
6 years ago
Beginners Guide to Research - Part 2

Research counts, so a beginners guide is always important to remember for tools to use. Surprisingly enough, some of the research tools mentioned are often overlooked, like use of an atlas, or an almanac.

Health
by footloose
8 years ago
Thoughts on Language and Communication Development

The human species is the only one that uses language to communicate thoughts and feelings. Other species can communicate by sign language yet there is no agreement among psychologists whether this is language as humans perceive it. The known categorized language components depend ...

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Centering Prayer Leads to Centered Living

An early meditational, devotional Christian practice has been revived to a current practice now called Centering Prayer. Three monks from St. Joseph Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts headed the revival. Thomas Keating, Wm. Meninger, and Basil Pennington are credited with the modern emergence of the practice.

The great thing...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Journaling as a Kickstart to Article Writing

Do you have the articles writing blues? Has the "not write, no good at it writers remorse" set in? No worries, every writer comes down with it. The make money writing articles dream gets sour for most marketers. ...

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Why Writing is an Anti-aging Treatment

Writing can be applied harmlessly and beneficially to whatever topic the writer chooses. It can resurface increasing one's income, fame, and expertise. A youthful stimulus from dull thinking repairs the writing to age smart writing. Daily writing rejuvenates the mind so exceptional anti-aging works flow easily.

Lifestyle
by footloose
6 years ago
Beginners Guide to Research - Part 1

Research is so important for verification of facts and clarity about any topic one may have. It does allow for better decision making and more knowledge. Initially I made some mistakes, eventually I came to trust a few, and joined their classes, and gained a wealth of knowledge and practice.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Celebrate World Book and Copyright Day

April 23rd is also known as International Day of the Book to those who celebrate World Book and Copyright Day. It is meant to promote authors, readers, publishers, and protection of intellectual property by copyright. The global holiday is an occasion for renewing...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Mother Teresa Worked With a Full Heart

A famous historical woman's humanity has been scoffed at by some because she also lived a great life of service that didn't mirror her inner spiritual struggle. Mother Teresa did have that suffering.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Hope Remains in Pandora's Box

Hope is said to have been glad to get out of Pandora's box, and fly away. Why then, are we still searching for the elusive gift that was the last remain in the box? Another myth ending has...

Health
by footloose
9 years ago
How to Snap Out of Bad Mood

Remember that song, "Don't Worry Be Happy" by Bobby McFerrin? Although it could become borderline obnoxious, the tempo and simplicity of it was very upbeat. The possibilities of it putting a smile on your face are great, maybe a laugh or two will come out of a...

Entertainment
by footloose
7 years ago
Is Disposable Income an Example of Oxymoron?

Funny oxymorons have slipped into the 21st century becoming so mainstream and almost un-conscious. The rhetorical effect is brought to attention in this article.

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
How to Use Qrobe it Meta search Engine

A fairly new search engine that is really great for power searchers, like article writers, is easily downloadable. It is Qrobe.it (pronounced krobe), and presently it is in English only. What it does that is different is: Qrobe it combines Google, Bing and Ask in a fast, user friendly search....

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
The Shadow of the Wind: A Novel Review

This book allows for great readers to rejoice, and know that literature written this well is a rare treat to savor. One can note passages that are already carried within those soulful recesses of the heart.

Certainly one can learn some new words in this rich...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
A Little Known June Holiday

There is a holiday every day according to some calendars, and June has an obscure holiday with a few different titles for Meteor Watch day. Read it to see how it ties in with a Walt Whitman poem that confounded scientists for 150 years.

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Don't Go Back to Sleep Contemplation

The mystical Sufi poetry of Rumi lives in my soul. there was a time when I had to read Rumi poetry daily. Now this Rumi poem has been in my daily thoughts and I have to explore it here.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Top Idiom Phrases

What are idioms, and why do I care, you may be wondering. Well, American English can be oh so difficult for non-native speakers. Idiom phrases change meaning when translated in another language, and they tend to withstand logic. In short, the definition of...

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Boomers Finish College: Why This Boomer Finished

May 10th, 2008 was my official boomers finish college day. I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on English and Sociology. At 58 years of age this was no joke. It was more than a milestone for me. It...

Entertainment
by footloose
7 years ago
J.K. Rowling Changed the World

J.K. Rowling became the first author to earn a billion dollars for her books! She gave the world her love of the written word in the fantasy series of Harry Potter stories.

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
The Quote that Holds Me

It takes a masterful writer like Tom Robbins to utterly capture my attention with a mere 6 words, "That which you hold holds you." That is the quote that holds me and this is the exploration of the hold.

History
by footloose
7 years ago
Exploring the Quetzalcoatl Myth

Mesoamerican civilizations not only used astronomy as a sacred science, their deities also were associated with mythological, metaphysical, sacred prophecy. Quetzalcoatl (the feathered serpent) has been traced back to the Toltec, Mayan and Aztec cultures.

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