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I believe in simplicity. I believe in feelings and family, friendship and fidelity, forgiveness and fortitude. I believe in miracles, meditation, motherhood and make believe and that music is the only real magic this world has ever seen. I believe in concocting and consuming colorful cocktails and fussing over and feasting on fabulous food. I believe in living out loud. I believe in laughing until your face hurts and loving until your heart breaks. I believe in behaving boldly and when warranted, badly, taking bubble baths and being barefoot. I believe in poetry, puppies and playing in the park. I believe in seeking without ceasing that which sings to my soul and strengthens my spirit. I believe in dancing in the rain and digging in the dirt. I believe in honest expression and the golden rule. I believe in Nature and naps and that naïveté is sometimes necessary. I believe in goodness and gratitude, grit and grace. I believe in unity and the power of the universe. I believe in being authentically awesome. I believe in being better today than yesterday but not as good as tomorrow. I believe in challenges and change and growing pains. I believe in the inherent worth of every creature, being and life force on this planet. I believe in honoring the individual journeys and paths of people whether I understand them or not. I believe in letting people live their truth and trusting that it’s right for them. I believe in lifting up and letting go. I believe that death is just as sacred an experience as birth and that it is never, ever an end.

Mostly, I just believe that I’m never going to stop learning what it is I believe.


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humansofnewyork:

"I was always fighting for the gay community. Papers, articles, pamphlets, things like that. I never really had time for a relationship. There was always something to do. Now I feel like I have the time, because I’ve done what I wanted to do. But once you have the time, it’s almost too late."

It is NEVER too late to let love and relationship into your life. 
Never.

humansofnewyork:

"I was always fighting for the gay community. Papers, articles, pamphlets, things like that. I never really had time for a relationship. There was always something to do. Now I feel like I have the time, because I’ve done what I wanted to do. But once you have the time, it’s almost too late."

It is NEVER too late to let love and relationship into your life.

Never.

poliscrutiny101:

Yesterdays ruling was a huge step backwards from just a little over 20 years ago.

THIS! THIS! THIS!
The SCOTUS ruling wasn’t just dangerous for future generations of women, people. It is CONTRADICTORY TO DECISIONS THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN MADE!
Ladies…get pissed enough to lobby for your own rights…for your health & well-being!

poliscrutiny101:

Yesterdays ruling was a huge step backwards from just a little over 20 years ago.

THIS! THIS! THIS!

The SCOTUS ruling wasn’t just dangerous for future generations of women, people. It is CONTRADICTORY TO DECISIONS THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN MADE!

Ladies…get pissed enough to lobby for your own rights…for your health & well-being!

(via truth-has-a-liberal-bias)

kidpres:

People who grew up with Reading Rainbow pitched in over 5 million dollars for the chance to have a new generation experience it. The success of Reading Rainbow’s Kickstarter campaign is amazing and it should be a reminder to all of us: 
When you do something for a kid - it sticks with them. 
Anything you do for a kid -  be it a television show, a trip to the park or a simple encouraging word - becomes part of who they are. They remember it for years to come. They may not immediately thank you. They might seem too distracted to notice. They may disregard it, but years from now, they will have not forgotten. 
I grew up with Reading Rainbow and the memories of how much I loved it have all come flooding back in the days since Levar Burton and team launched their campaign. I’m reminded of all the shows that helped shape me. I’m also reminded of all the grown-ups throughout my childhood who took the time to let me know I mattered. I want to be that sort of person.
Do something today that will positively impact a child for good. It will stick with them.
- Brad
(the dude who makes the Kid President videos)

AGAIN…
When you do something for a kid - it sticks with them.

kidpres:

People who grew up with Reading Rainbow pitched in over 5 million dollars for the chance to have a new generation experience it. The success of Reading Rainbow’s Kickstarter campaign is amazing and it should be a reminder to all of us: 

When you do something for a kid - it sticks with them.

Anything you do for a kid -  be it a television show, a trip to the park or a simple encouraging word - becomes part of who they are. They remember it for years to come. They may not immediately thank you. They might seem too distracted to notice. They may disregard it, but years from now, they will have not forgotten. 

I grew up with Reading Rainbow and the memories of how much I loved it have all come flooding back in the days since Levar Burton and team launched their campaign. I’m reminded of all the shows that helped shape me. I’m also reminded of all the grown-ups throughout my childhood who took the time to let me know I mattered. I want to be that sort of person.

Do something today that will positively impact a child for good. It will stick with them.

- Brad

(the dude who makes the Kid President videos)

AGAIN…

When you do something for a kid - it sticks with them.

(via bradblog)

“Attuned communication involves the resonance of energy and information.”

—Daniel J. Siegel

“This work of connecting our light to the world does not need to be done through a mass movement, or by millions of people… .The real work is always done by a small number of individuals. What matters is the level of participation: whether we dare to make a real commitment to the work of the soul.”

—Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

“Many women are unknowingly caught in a collective conditioning in which the feminine is made subservient to masculine, rational values. The feminine qualities of relating, listening, waiting are repressed in favor of rational thought and goal-oriented drives. American culture may appear to give freedom to women, but there is a collective pattern that denies the real nature of the feminine. As one woman said to me, “In this culture a woman can be anything she wants, as long as it is masculine.” Yet many spiritual qualities needed for the path, such as creating a sacred inner space, belong to the feminine. Often our spiritual nature lies buried under collective taboos, and requires courage and commitment to be rediscovered and lived. Using our golden bowl for the purpose for which it was made is never easy.”

—Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

“We need to reclaim the wisdom of the feminine but we cannot return to the time of the priestess. The masculine and feminine have to work together; our actions in the outer world must be guided by our receptivity to the inner. And there is no hierarchy to this work. Part of the blueprint of the future is the ability of each individual to participate directly with the work of the whole.”

—Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

The 40-hour workweek is mostly a thing of the past…

Taking some time off actually improves a worker’s productivity at work. A study from Ernst & Young found that every ten hours of vacation time taken by an employee boosted her year-end performance rating by 8 percent and lowered turnover. Former NASA scientists found that people who take vacations experience an 82 percent increase in job performance upon their return, with longer vacations making more of an impact than short ones.

You’re working too hard.

Why not avoid work altogether, or at least live knowing that presence is more intricate and rewarding an art than productivity?

(via explore-blog)

My two weeks in Ireland was the first time I’ve ever been able to take more than 4 consecutive working days off (that weren’t medically necessary) in 21 years of working.

I can now officially say this is entirely accurate.

(Source: explore-blog)

recoveringhipster:

So stoked about the Hobby Lobby ruling today. Officially going to incorporate myself so I can get a religious exemption for my student loans debt they violate my deeply held religious conviction that all debts are supposed to be forgiven every seven years, as per the book of Deuteronomy.

(via samthegreat8)

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