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  • How This Couple Built an ‘Earthship’ Tiny Home For Less Than $10K
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    How This Couple Built an ‘Earthship’ Tiny Home For Less Than $10K

    Housing costs are rising, the world’s population is increasing, and collectively, we produce too many carbon emissions. So, what is the solution? For some, the answer is tiny living. Credit: Nomadic Roots Most small abodes are carbon neutral or are powered by renewable energy. However, they can be incredibly expensive to construct. Couple Taylor and… More

  • Fuck Belief! Overcoming Narrow-Mindedness
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    Fuck Belief! Overcoming Narrow-Mindedness

    “At the core of all well-founded belief, lies belief that is unfounded.” ~Ludwig Wittgenstein Fuck religion. Fuck dogma. Fuck trying to make yourself feel better by injecting an imaginary friend into the already confusing equation of existence. Focus instead on becoming a better person. Focus on thinking. Focus on action. It’s less about placation and… More

  • Please Put on Your Oxygen Mask Before Assisting Others
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    Please Put on Your Oxygen Mask Before Assisting Others

    “We’re in a giant car heading towards a brick wall and everyone is arguing over where they’re going to sit” ~David Suzuki In the crashing plane of an unhealthy culture, healthy people place the oxygen mask on themselves first. The Oxygen Mask is a metaphor that represents health: healthy mind, healthy body, healthy soul. The… More

  • Awe-Inspiring Bubble Domes in Ireland Allow You to Stargaze All Night Long (IMAGES)
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    Awe-Inspiring Bubble Domes in Ireland Allow You to Stargaze All Night Long (IMAGES)

    If you’re planning a trip to Ireland in the near future, don’t settle and book an ordinary hotel. Rather, check out these awe-inspiring Bubble Domes first. The unique abodes are located at the Finn Lough, in Northern Ireland, and are guaranteed to provide an unforgettable experience. The family-run resort is located on a 45-acre peninsula,… More

  • This Synthetic Pollenizer Could Help Replenish the Bee Population 
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    This Synthetic Pollenizer Could Help Replenish the Bee Population 

    All around the world, honeybee populations are declining. This is bad news for all species, as the bumbling insect’s work is vital to the ecosystem. Fortunately, Michael Candy of Brisbane, Australia, has developed a potential solution. To help increase the dwindling bee population, Candy developed the Synthetic Pollenizer. As DeZeen reports, the conceptual project is… More

  • 5 Ways to Baptize Your Badness into Your Best
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    5 Ways to Baptize Your Badness into Your Best

    “Meaning and morality of One’s life come from within oneself. Healthy, strong individuals seek self-expansion by experimenting and by living dangerously. Life consists of an infinite number of possibilities and the healthy person explores as many of them as possible. Religions that teach pity, self-contempt, humility, self-restraint and guilt are incorrect. The good life is… More

  • Artist Replaces Billboards With Photos of the Landscapes They’re Blocking
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    Artist Replaces Billboards With Photos of the Landscapes They’re Blocking

    Take a drive down any interstate in the United States and what will you see? Billboards, dozens and dozens of billboards. Not only do the advertisements distract commuters, they block stunning scenes of natural landscapes. For these reasons, artist Jennifer Bolande painted surreal landscapes on a collection of billboards that blend into their backgrounds.  The billboards… More

  • Church Allows Homeless To Sleep Overnight, Gives Them Blankets
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    Church Allows Homeless To Sleep Overnight, Gives Them Blankets

    Nearly 15 years ago, St. Boniface church in San Francisco began opening their doors for homeless people in need of shelter. The effort was started by Father Louis Vitale of the church, and community activist Shelly Roder, in 2004 and is known as The Gubbio Project. Hundreds of people each day pass through the church,… More

  • Dedicated Surgeon Treks 8 Miles Through Snow to Operate on Cancer Patient
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    Dedicated Surgeon Treks 8 Miles Through Snow to Operate on Cancer Patient

    GARD Pro Not Registered “Superheroes” are all around us. They may not wear capes, but they are willing to go the distance when a cry for help is heard. After trekking 8 miles through the snow to operate on a colon cancer patient, consultant surgeon Linsey Chisholm is being hailed as a superhero. After reading… More

  • 10 Ways to Transform Failure into Success
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    10 Ways to Transform Failure into Success

    “I assess the power of a will by how much resistance, pain, and torture it endures and knows how to turn to its advantage.” ~Nietzsche Life is pain. Whether it’s the simple pain of failure, or the complex pain of death-anxiety. Whether it’s the simple pain of hunger, or the complex pain of wrestling with… More

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