Posts Tagged ‘ philosophy ’

Using The “Flow” That You Thought Only the Creatives Had

June 20, 2013
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To those who experience life as struggle, hard work, and constant effort, the concept of “effortlessness” may seem incomprehensible. But is it, really? Stop and think about a time when you could work on a project for hours. Perhaps you were fixing a car, baking a cake, or creating a make-believe story for a child. Did you lose track of time? Did you even forget that you were hungry? You may have been experiencing the…

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Meet Malcolm Tully, Reluctant Cult Leader

June 14, 2013
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Malcolm Tully, the young owner of a pastry shop in suburban Chicago, would never dream of joining a religious cult, let alone leading one. But when he starts a discussion group to liven up Saturday nights at the shop, events quickly spiral out of control. Kathleen Maher‘s book “Diary of a Heretic” is a comic novel about the outlandish rise and fall of Religion Without Rules, a spiritual movement with Malcolm as reluctant leader and…

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