Monthly Archives: February 2016

CEOs Lie 4 Times More

60 Percent of Your Colleagues Are Lying to You BY TRAVIS BRADBERRY Here are 8 surefire ways to spot a liar in the act. How many people have you spoken with today? Chances are that most of them lied to you–and … Continue reading

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Consumo Responsable

Recibí la siguiente cita que razona acerca del tema del consumismo y que al final deja abierta una interrogante sobre la pertinencia del ejercicio de la responsabilidad ante el eventual enfrentamiento con la acción de consumir.  “EL CONSUMO TE CONSUME  … Continue reading

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GrandPa On CrossFit

Tom Robertson came to a hard realization as he approached his 70th birthday: He could no longer move around like he used to, and with a granddaughter on the way, he wanted to change that. Robertson’s son Kyle was worried … Continue reading

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El Punto Azul Pálido – The Pale Blue Dot

Carl Sagan, astrónomo y divulgador científico estadounidense, gestor del famoso mensaje enviado al espacio en las sondas Voyager, propuso a la NASA tomar una fotografía de nuestro planeta cuando la sonda Voyager se encontraba a 6,000 millones de kilómetros. Así, … Continue reading

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Light in The Morning

Good Morning ! This is a wonderful way of saying hello to a new day on Sunday morning, just 30 days away from the blossoming of Spring. A sweet voice with a sweet tune and a loving lyrics, simply a humble expression … Continue reading

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Awareness Quotes

Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.    … Continue reading

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Fearless Soprano

Squeamish about contemporary classical music? Meet Barbara Hannigan. With more than 80 world premieres to her credit, she has a knack for making modern music sound effortless and approachable. The intrepid soprano is unafraid to outfit herself as a dominatrix … Continue reading

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Tickling

  The two types of tickling were named by psychologists G. Stanley Hall and Arthur Allin in 1897. Knismesis is reminiscent of a feather trailing across your skin, or perhaps a bug walking on you. It’s also the type of … Continue reading

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Politicians vs. Humanity

Newsletter, February 2016     A wise man once said that the urge to become a politician should be enough to disqualify a person from so doing, yet society is based on systems of government that couldn’t function without them. … Continue reading

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