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Dr. Bruce Lipton: How to Create Heaven on Earth
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 13 September

Dr. Bruce Lipton: How to Create Heaven on Earth by After Skool w/ Dr. Bruce Lipton June 9, 2020  

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Melody Fowler: “18 Million” — Powerful Original Poem Challenging the Tyranny of Forced Mandates
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 22 August

18 Million by Melody Fowler, as read to Shasta County Board of Supervisors August 11, 2020 80+ citizens spoke on

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Freedom vs. Force – The Individual and the State
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 August

Freedom vs. Force – The Individual and the State by Academy of Ideas August 16, 2020   The following is

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My Work is Loving the World
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 May

My Work is Loving the World by Mary Oliver   My work is loving the world. Here the sunflowers, there

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I Know the Way You Can Get
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 May

I Know the Way You Can Get by Hafiz, Persian lyric poet & mystic (1320 to 1389)   I know

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Invictus
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 May

  Invictus by William Ernest Henley (1849–1903)   Out of the night that covers me,       Black as the pit from

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‘Stop the Lockup/Lockdown’ Radio Advertisement | Come Alive!
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 30 April

Lockup Radio advert by Snordster April 30, 2020   No radio station will accept this piece. Democracy? Riiiiiiight. Be aware.

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George Carlin on Social Hysteria
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 15 April

George Carlin on Social Hysteria   World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & FictionPosts under World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art &

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Dancin’ in the Streets
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 2 April

image credit: dinagyang festival tribe dance by vinsky2002 Dancin’ In The Streets by Vin Cognito What we’re all gonna do

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Seems Like the World Is Out of Toilet Paper
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 28 March

Seems Like The World Is Out Of Toilet Paper by moronbrothersKY   Laugh America! It’s time to smile. May God

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Crazy Horse: One Does Not Sell the Earth the People Walk Upon
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 24 March

Crazy Horse: One Does Not Sell the Earth the People Walk Upon by John Trudell video by Indigenous Environmental Network

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Intimate Relationship as Transformative Path
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 14 February

by John Welwood Source   Couples seeking to fashion a life together today face a unique set of challenges and

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Gratitude
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 27 November

Gratitude by Mary Oliver   What did you notice? The dew-snail; the low-flying sparrow; the bat, on the wind, in

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A Story of Kindness & Vision: A Brilliant Ex-Slave & the Remarkable Horse Who Shared His Life
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 30 October

images credit: Biodiversity Heritage Library via Wikimedia Commons     by David Hoffman October 24, 2019   The Smartest Horse

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How To Stop “Going At” Life
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 10 May

Source:  The Green Bough by Oriah Mountain Dreamer May 8, 2019   I was taught to “go at” things. Studying,

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The Earth is the Soul of Man
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 28 April

The Earth is the Soul of Man Song of the Earth by Vladimir Vyssotsky  Is the earth, as they

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Nature Photos: Parenting in the Wild
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 23 April

World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & FictionPosts under World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction come from a random assortment

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Amazing Wildlife Art Sculpted from Recycled Paper
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 April

Source: treehugger by Kimberley Mok April 15, 2019   These life-like wildlife sculptures are actually made with rolled newspapers  

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The Power of Words: How to Win the War in Your Head
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 11 April

Source:  TEDx Talks Published on Nov 15, 2016     In this age of propaganda, we find ourselves influenced not

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I Looked Up
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 31 January

  by Mary Oliver   I looked up and there it was among the green branches of the pitchpines –

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Wild Geese
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 27 January

Wild Geese by Mary Oliver   You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on

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Let Yourself Stumble
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 4 January

by Kat Lehmann   let yourself stumble a little trip yourself open let the sunlight warm your soul    

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If
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 10 December

film by Arran North October 1, 2015     Watch an authentic reading of Rudyard Kipling’s world famous poem, If.

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Intimate Relationship as a Spiritual Crucible
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 7 December

Source:  John Welwood   “Every human being with whom we seek relatedness is a koan, that is to say, an

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What to Remember When Waking
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 6 December

by David Whyte   In that first hardly noticed moment in which you wake, coming back to this life from the

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The Mountain Before You
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 4 December

by Kat Lehmann   the mountain before you is just a symbol what you climb step by step is yourself

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The Snow Man
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 2 December

Death is the mother of beauty. Only the perishable can be beautiful, which is why we are unmoved by artificial

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Sometimes
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 2 December

Sometimes by David Whyte   Sometimes if you move carefully through the forest, breathing like the ones in the old

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The House of Belonging
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 November

The House of Belonging by David Whyte   I awoke this morning in the gold light turning this way and

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The Invitation
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 16 November

by Oriah Mountain Dreamer Source   It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know

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