Julia Gillard

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Margaret Mead

Margaret Mead, the great anthropologist, said, before she died, that her greatest fear was that as we drifted towards this blandly amorphous generic world view not only would we see the entire range of the human imagination reduced to a more narrow modality of thought, but that we would wake from a dream one day having forgotten there were even other possibilities.

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What the “powers” that be think of workers

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/21/opinion/krugman-disdain-for-workers.html?smid=pl-share

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Dalai lama

May the merit of our activities be dedicated to the benefit of all living beings… all the good and bad that you do, feel, think is multiplied 10 million times on this day.
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Nietzsche

‎”Nietzsche was the one who did the job for me. At a certain moment in his life,the idea came to him of what he called ‘the love of your fate.’ Whatever your fate is, whatever the hell happens, you say, ‘This is what I need.’ It may look like a wreck, but go at it as though it were an opportunity, a challenge. If you bring love to that moment—not discouragement—you will find the strength is there.”

From “A Joseph Campbell Companion: Reflections on the Art of Living.”

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This video will do in five minutes what takes your meditation two hours. | elephant journal

This video will do in five minutes what takes your meditation two hours. | elephant journal.

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