Thomas Ramey Watson

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This article is a must read. I’m afraid it’s full of ugly truths about our country and our behavior toward not only other countries but toward the least among us, minorities, our indigenous populations, etc. To be the country we want to be we must come to terms with this, our Shadow Side, and own …

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All of creation is part of the web

On August 2016 I had another of my unusual encounters with an animal. More important than anything in life is my experience with the soul realm. When such things happen, I always feel wiser, stronger, better centered in ultimate Reality. I attended a monthly Reiki Shares session at the Samadhi Yoga Center on East Colfax …

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The pros and cons of marijuana

Erez Batat writes: Whenever I read a blog about cannabis, I feel like I am watching a presidential debate with only one candidate. The blog will either demand to legalize the plant due to its magical properties, or will list the horrific impact it will have on society. As always, the truth is neither here …

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6 lessons in happiness from one of the happiest nations in the world

Natalie Matushenko writes: I share what I have learned about being happy over the past six years in the hope that it will help others reflect on the changes we can all make to be happier in our lives. Here’s what I’ve learned: Read more

Do You Want To Raise A Kind Child? Here’s How

We as parents know from experience that in the big picture of life, kindness and happiness are closely linked. Kids, however, do not have the life experience to see this big picture. In their life with friends or at school, retaliating against the kid who teased them often seems like the better choice. The more …

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What’s better than the cold comfort of cliches for the hurting?

There’s something about being heartbroken that makes other people deeply uncomfortable. It’s not just the excess of emotions; often, it’s a feeling of being helpless and unable to make the heartbroken person feel the slightest bit better. So what do we do when we are faced with someone’s grief? Why, we pull out a few …

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