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Reasons for the Seasons (Meditations for Living Meaningfully the Christian Year; BY W. Paul Jones; Imprint: Cascade Books). Do you ever find yourself drowning in secularization and commercialization, being pulled under as Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas intermingle and fly by in a frantic blur? Have you ever wondered if there is any way to reclaim the true meaning of such seasons as Advent and Lent, and be helped to live more intentionally and meaningfully the other Christian...


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OMA’s Shenzhen Stock Exchange performs an impressive levitating trick while raising questions about the meaning of public space in China’s frantic marketisation

It's just a small, white envelope stuck among the branches of our Christmas tree. No name, no identification, no inscription. It has peeked through the branches of our tree for the past 10 years or so. It all began because my husband Mike hated Christmas---oh, not the true meaning of Christmas, but the commercial aspects of it-overspending...the frantic running around at the last minute to get a tie for Uncle Harry and the dusting powder for Grandma -- the gifts given in desperation…

Every year instead of focusing on what I’m gonna do, I first focus on what I’m not going to do.  Somehow it helps me feel a little more focused.  This year, I won’t put up lights outside {but my boys might} I won’t make teacher gifts, I won’t send Christmas Cards, I won’t enter a mall in a frantic search for the perfect gift,  I won’t say yes to things because I feel guilty for saying no.


The White Envelope ***i want to do this for my husband**** maybe even for other days than Christmas*** he would enjoy this more than just some item i picked up for him too. ;) wonderful story, thanks


40 years on, Vietnam troop withdrawal remembered

FILE - In this March 29, 1973 file photo, the American flag is furled at a ceremony marking official deactivation of the Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) in Saigon, after more than 11 years in South Vietnam. While the fall of Saigon in 1975 — with its indelible images of frantic helicopter evacuations — is remembered as the final day of the Vietnam War, March 29 marks an anniversary that holds greater meaning for many who fought, protested or otherwise lived the war. (AP…


Often, hypoglycemia means your body isn´t used to experiencing hunger. Instead of regulating your metabolism or metabolizing fat, your body wants you to eat more. The pattern of constant 'grazing' is a modern one. Fasting between meals is important to develop resiliency. If you follow modern advice to eat small meals frequently, you'll train your body to expect food constantly. The result will be a near frantic dash to the vending machine or box of cookies whenever healthier snacks are una

Make Your Bed - The state of your bed is the state of your head. Enfold your day in dignity. The five minutes you spend making your bed slows you down from your frantic, morning scrambling and creates a calm retreat to welcome you home at night. Plus, making your bed means you’ve already achieved an even more challenging feat: getting out of it | From #10TipsToAMindfulHome by #Zen Buddhist Priest #KarenMaezenMiller | #bed #mindful #greendesigngallery #consciousliving #greenhome #ecolifestyle

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The Tate Britain recreates Robert Morris' 1971 exhibition

Robert Morris’s 1971 installation of raw unfinished materials titled “Neo Classic” was originally shown at what was then known as the Tate Britain. It was abruptly closed after 4 days. Reportedly the gallery staff were “not able to cope with the frantic means of emotional release that the exhibition became … pandemonium broke out”