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Aurora Robson – ‘A Practice’ A plastic artist & a genius!


I found this amazingly unusual video in my reader from http://purplewoods.wordpress.com/2014/07/03/aurora-robson-a-practice/ & was so impressed that I couldn’t help myself but post it!
Aurora Robson is a beacon of light among the debris of our inventions, she brings beauty where you’d least expect it, turns the ugly to art, salvages our carelessness & rises it to hopeful horizons…
Enjoy it!
P.S
Just realized this could be a tribute to everyone in our blogging community trying (and succeeding!) in keeping July free of plastic 🙂

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Published on 21 Mar 2014
A look at the work of multi-media artist Aurora Robson, who creates art from discarded materials, excess packaging and junk mail. Video currently on display at The Franklin Park Conservatory.

http://www.aurorarobson.com
http://www.bonaweiss.com
Category
Film & Animation
Licence
Standard YouTube Licence

WWII veteran refuses to close the book on his life



What a lesson! When I think how we so quickly give up our dreams and how we take for granted what appears to be so small to our eyes as reading…
This is a truly remarkable short video found on http://davidkanigan.com/2013/12/09/get-in-there-and-learn-baby-now/
Take a second to be truly inspired 🙂

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Published on Nov 8, 2013
As part of our continuing series “On the Road,” Steve Hartman meets 90-year-old Ed Bray, who served in World War II and has two Purple Hearts, but who could never read what they were for. After 89 years of covering up his illiteracy, Ed is starting a new chapter.
Category
News & Politics
License
Standard YouTube License

Byron Katie Oprah Soul Series Interview part 1 of 3 (all three posted here)


Having been lately down the weather from not exactly the most positive news I looked up for a moral boost on You Tube from one of my favorites… Byron Katie and found this most profound, simple and enlightening short series with Oprah I couldn’t resist posting in order to share her life wisdom with all of you.

According to her philosophy life can be simple and as crystal clear as spring water if only we guide our thoughts accordingly. Let me know if it lifted your spirits as much as it did mine.
Have a lovely weekend!

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Byron Katie Oprah Soul Series Interview part 2 of 3


Byron Katie Oprah Soul Series Interview part 3 of 3

Published on Jun 17, 2013
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Must read from Byron Katie:
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2. A Thousand Names for Joy: http://amzn.to/18YZiHP
3. Your Inner Awakening: http://amzn.to/12plV33
4. Loving What Is: http://amzn.to/18cypyG
Category
People & Blogs
License
Standard YouTube License

Children Full of Life (1 of 5) (the whole set 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5)


I found this very inspiring video in… http://kindnessblog.com/2013/09/24/children-full-of-life/
and was so impressed I decided to include the whole set of 5.
Trust me on this one, it’s sheer quality time! I believe that if we all had had such a teacher, our lives
would’ve been very different as adults. Teachers have a huge impact on kids later on as they turn into
adults and he is one of the rare ones to have managed to do just that for the better reasons 🙂