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The Dream of Life
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 1 March

Source:  Tragedy & Hope Published on Feb 10, 2013   Speech extract from “Out of your mind” by Alan Watts,

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The Mystical Experience
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 27 February

Source: Live Learn Evolve Published on Feb 11, 2018   World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & FictionPosts under World Poetry,

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Oscars 2018 – Sexual Predator of the Year | LEAKED CLIP!!!
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 27 February

Source:  Joy Camp Published on Feb 26, 2018   2018 Academy Awards rehearsal clip leaked!! The award for “Sexual Predator

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Finding a Way Forward Together
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 23 February

Source:  Oriah by Oriah Mountain Dreamer February 22, 2018   Sometimes, if we can be very still, eyes wide open,

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It’s Time to Put the Internet Back Into a Box in the Basement
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 5 February

Source:  Raptitude by David Cain February 2018   My first online interaction, circa 1992, fascinated but also terrified me. I

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Skin Deep
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 2 February

Source: Playing For Change February 2, 2018   Playing For Change and Buddy Guy united to record and film his

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I’m a Conspiracy Theorist
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 11 January

Source: Joy Camp     Published on Jan 9, 2018 My second public poem. Watch and share. 🙂 World Poetry,

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Salif Diarra Band: Music from “The Land of Honest Men”
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 5 January

Source: Playing For Change Published on Jan 5, 2018 Mark Twain once said, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and

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Kiss the Earth
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 25 December

by Thich Nhat Hanh   Walk and touch peace every moment. Walk and touch happiness every moment. Each step brings

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Low Down Dirty Christmas
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 22 December

Published Nov 30, 2013 We are happy to share this new Holiday video, “Low Down Dirty Christmas”, featuring the Playing

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It Felt Love
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 22 December

It Felt Love by Hafiz, Persian lyric poet & mystic (1320 to 1389)   How Did the rose Ever open its heart

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The Happy Virus
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 20 December

I caught the happy virus last night When I was out singing beneath the stars. It is remarkably contagious –

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Let It Happen By Itself
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 20 December

Alan Watts on the principle of tzu jan (letting it happen by itself) World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & FictionPosts

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Don’t Save It All for Christmas
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 December

Source:  One Voice Children’s Choir   One Voice Children’s Choir, under the direction of Masa Fukuda, covers “Don’t Save It All

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Teach Your Children
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 17 December

This powerful live performance of “Teach Your Children” from Adelaide, Australia, features Tula, Roberto Luti and the PFC Band. Years

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Children Will Listen
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 17 December

Source:  One Voice Children’s Choir … Careful the things you say Children will listen Careful the things you do Children will

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Bill Lost His Memory
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 11 December

Source:  Joy Camp   Bill Lost His Memory by Benny Wills   Bill lost his memory So he asked me for

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Paradise, African Style
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 13 August

by ThePianoGuys Guest artist Alex Boye with The Piano Guys   World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & FictionPosts under World

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On Giving
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 27 July

Source: Kent Nerburn by Kent Nerburn November 30, 2006   Giving is a miracle that can transform the heaviest of hearts.

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When Things Fall Apart
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 23 July

When Things Fall Apart Tibetan Buddhist Nun and Teacher Pema Chödrön on Transformation Through Difficult Times by Maria Popova, brainpickings

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Magicking
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 18 July

Magicking by Mark Farrar Contributing Writer, Truth Comes to Light   I grow up…and out of cycles, Thought freewheeling .

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Playing my game.
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 19 June

I am writing my songs, I am fixing the wrongs, I am warp, I am weft, I am righting my

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Compassionate Water (The Great Bell Chant)
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 27 September

shared by KeNalu1 Read by Thich Nath Hanh, chanted by brother Phap Niem. The creators of this audio track were

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The Frayed Angels
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 21 September

    The Frayed Angels by Les Visible   the frayed angels shed their wings and descend into earth’s turmoil

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The Zen Of Now – Perception Matters
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 14 August

by Gillian Grannum, Ph.D.   Given the volume of emails I’m receiving I’ve chosen to address my decision to support

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A Place Called Gratitude
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 21 February

Video by Patrick Willis   A Place Called Gratitude by Les Visible   Malachi 3:10 “Bring ye all the tithes

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Winter
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 12 April

  My worst habit is I get so tired of winter I become a torture to those I’m with.  

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As a Tree
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 27 February

Source: Ethereal Nature by Cnawan Fahey February 26, 2015     A friend of mine posted this image on Facebook.  

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Breathing Into The Sun
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 29 December

Source: Ethereal Nature by Cnawan Fahey December 28, 2014   Since the darkest of nights the sun has not shone

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I Love My Wall : A Story of Gratitude
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 20 August

by Alan Cohen   One Saturday after our excursion to Pizza Hut, the mall, and a movie, I drove my

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