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Archive »Humor

10 Guidelines for Enlightenment

Swami Beyondananda’s FUNdamentalist Advice
The Swami says, “Have a good “laughsitive” twice a day to ensure regularhilarity.”
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Archive »Relationships and Family

Happily Coupled

Creating Loving Relationships that Thrive
Couples that relish common interests—such as exercise, work, cooking or spirituality—tend to enjoy more stable, mutually rewarding relationships.
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Archive »Natural Awakenings

Moving Beyond Survival

Our True Identity Surpasses Any Disease
Surviving a disease or crisis is something to be proud of, but we aren’t honoring the whole of who we are if it’s the primary way we identify our self.
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Archive »Wise Words

An Interview with Bill Milliken

Founder of Communities in Schools and author of The Last Dropout: Stop the Epidemic
The founder of Communities in Schools, Bill Milliken, discusses his program for keeping kids in school, why kids drop out, and the basics for helping America's youth stay in school.
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Archive »Inspiration This Month

Moving Beyond Survival

Our True Identity Surpasses Any Disease
Surviving a disease or crisis is something to be proud of, but we aren’t honoring the whole of who we are if it’s the primary way we identify our self.
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Inspiration Briefs

Satisfaction with Friendship is Hard to Come By

Few are Content with Their Pals

Marriage is Good for the Heart

Couples Have Better Cardiovascular Health

Green Envy

Don’t Be So Quick to Bash the Rich

Cultural Roots

Status of Religious Diversity in the U.S.

Ka-Ching

Time Is Money, So Bank It

Love Matters

Connectedness Ranks Above Power and Fame
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Archive »En Español

Más allá de la supervivencia

Nuestra verdadera identidad supera cualquier enfermedad

Viajes que sanan

Paul Stutzman encuentra las verdades universales en sus travesías
Paul Stutzman era un ejecutivo exitoso con una cadena de restaurantes familiares, padre y esposo felizmente casado por más de 30 años cuando su esposa, Mary, falleció en el 2006 debido a cáncer de seno. Al cuestionar su fe de por qué esto estaba sucediendo, Stutzman renunció a su trabajo para caminar las 2,168 millas del Appalachian Trail.

Vientos fuertes, raíces fuertes

Qué nos enseñan los árboles sobre la vida
Un gran experimento en el desierto llamado el biodomo ha creado un ambiente para los humanos, las plantas y la vida animal.
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Flexing Our Muscles

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Moving Beyond Survival

Moving Beyond Survival

Surviving a disease or crisis is something to be proud of, but we aren’t honoring the whole of who we are if it’s the primary way we identify our self.

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