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Guided Visualization - Relax Into Your Best Weight and Health

For those who wish to try a session of guided visualization with a focus on naturally gravitating toward our best weight and health, this is a session that I wrote and recorded many years ago - it's best utilized when we are able to be in a quiet room and can rest on our own for a good 15 minutes or more.

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Does Saving More Lives Lead to Perpetual Overpopulation?

Here, Bill Gates brilliantly explains why efforts to eradicate preventable diseases won't lead to perpetual overpopulation.

Yes, saving kids from dying due to diarrhea, polio, and malaria will contribute to a bigger world population, but history and statistics clearly show that as populations get healthier, people choose to have less progeny. Read more about Does Saving More Lives Lead to Perpetual Overpopulation?

 

Cui Lina: An Inspiration To Many

Many thanks to Asian Boss for sharing Cui Lina's inspiring journey with the world. Read more about Cui Lina: An Inspiration To Many

 

Death Gives Life Meaning | With Alex Honnold

I've been following Alex Honnold for a few years now, always inspired and terrified by his free solo climbing pursuits. Read more about Death Gives Life Meaning | With Alex Honnold

 

Ellen Page on Living Truthfully

"How are you going to feel creatively motivated when you feel like you're living in a way that's not true?"

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Dr. Kai-Fu Lee on the Future of Artificial Intelligence and 10 Jobs Safe From Displacement by Automation

According to Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, the nature of artificial intelligence is such that it will not be able to do the following:

  • Accomplish complex work that requires precise hand-eye coordination.

  • Create, conceptualize, or manage complex strategic planning.

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Being A Korean American Adoptee

Imagining the depth of feelings of everything involved in Danielle's journey broke the levees of my tear ducts like few other experiences have. I think our youngest son was genuinely concerned for my well-being, such was the extent of my sobbing.

To learn more about Danielle Oakes and her account of this part of her life journey, please visit: Read more about Being A Korean American Adoptee

 

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