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  • 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

  • Chin-up, Buttercup: Ten Ways to Transform Failure into Success
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    Chin-up, Buttercup: Ten Ways to Transform Failure into Success

    GARD Pro Not Registered “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… 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

  • A Brief History of Censorship and How It’s Playing Out Now
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    A Brief History of Censorship and How It’s Playing Out Now

    GARD Pro Not Registered Censorship has been considered a legitimate instrument for controlling the political and social position of the masses for centuries. It did not dawn in our current Orwellian state. With the massive YouTube channel bans, social media limitations of reach, shadow banning, and false narrative creation, we can look to precise moments… More

  • US and Mexican Activists Held a Giant Picnic at the Border Wall 
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    US and Mexican Activists Held a Giant Picnic at the Border Wall 

    GARD Pro Not Registered What is the best way to protest the construction of the US-Mexico border wall? Build a gigantic picnic table that extends into both countries, then invite friends from near and far to enjoy good food. Such is what French street artist JR did earlier this year, and the photos of the… More

  • 3 Lessons From The Taoist Philosophy of Water
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    3 Lessons From The Taoist Philosophy of Water

    “Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.” ~Bruce Lee Bruce… More

  • Artist Spends Hours Creating Natural Mandalas, And He’s Hoping You Will Find Them
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    Artist Spends Hours Creating Natural Mandalas, And He’s Hoping You Will Find Them

    Nature is perfection. That does not mean her materials cannot be arranged in a more artistic way, however. Armed with this belief, James Brunt of Yorkshire, England, creates stunning mandalas out of objects found in nature.  Whether he’s moseying on a beach or wandering through a forest, Brunt is never short of inspiration. The Yorkshire,… More

  • Censorship of Books Is a Slippery Slope and This Shouldn’t Need to Be Said
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    Censorship of Books Is a Slippery Slope and This Shouldn’t Need to Be Said

    A frank discussion about free speech, censorship, and historical context might be at best overdue, at worst, too late; but, in light of a recent incident — a Minnesota public school has now removed two classic pieces of literature from its required reading list — it is grimly apparent Americans have capriciously dismissed from memory… More

  • How to Start “Thinking” With the Heart
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    How to Start “Thinking” With the Heart

    For far too long, but particularly in the modern, Western world we have thought of the heart as simply a pumping mechanism responsible for bringing blood to our organs. The heart’s physical importance not to be underestimated, it supports life, sending the blood of life to the tree-like limbs of our vascular system – but… More

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