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It ain't over till it's over It ain't over till it's over
Poetry is love beautifully adorned with the spoken word.

To reflect with such love and attention in our brighter years.
To share those r...
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The Don't Quit Poem
Sometimes we just need a gentle reminder.
To keep on being unique and beautiful
To keep on transforming our world
To be radiant
To be Love

Send this message to a friend<...
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The Don't Quit Poem

Odyssey Odyssey
Robert Koenigs 'Odyssey' sculpture exhibition
At all saints church in Brighton featuring a solo bass recorder performance by Phil Thornton....
Length: 2:30
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Space Cadet
LSD testing on British troops
Some funny stuff happens in this world....
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Space Cadet

Featured Article
pilgrimage magazine
I used to try to brew the perfect cup of coffee. I'd grind fresh beans
purchased from a man who roasted them in small batches using only the finest Arabicas grown in volcanic soil at high altitude on an Indonesian Island. Next, I'd pour near-boling mountain spring water over the grounds perking it through a brown chemical- and bleach-free filter into a favorite mug decorated with two hand-painted wolves in full winter coat. My ritual ended with a half-teaspoon of canned milk imported from Holland. I thought I was close to achieving perfection. Then I met Marian.

I met her my first night teaching at the Manzanita Women's Unit of the Arizona
State Prison outside Tucson. It was my first teaching job, and I think I got it because of my enthusiasm and there's a short list of people waiting to teach in prison. That night a guard let me in to what looked like a typical classroom--chalkboard, desks, bulletin boards displaying colorful construction paper flowers and thumb tacked student papers with large encircled "A"s and hand-written comments like GOOD WORK BRENDA! in bright red ink. The only difference between this room and classrooms in the world outside were the windows: two floor-to-ceiling vertical slits so narrow they offered no hope of escape to even the thinnest body.

Three women in prison-issued denim shirts and jeans entered, noted me with
half-interested nods, then continued their conversation at the back of the room. Though I tried to look calm as ...
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Zeitgeist Zeitgeist
Excerpt from the movie...
Length: 12:42
footprints footprints
We leave footprints...
Length: 2:22
Ten Seconds To Midnight Ten Seconds To Midnight
Length: 11:07
Human beings or human doings? Human beings or human doings?
Poem By Matthew Crowley...
Length: 9:33
The David Lynch Foundation The David Lynch Foundation
for Consciousness-Based E...
Length: 18:38
The Bottomless Pit The Bottomless Pit
Length: 5:50
Making Paper Making Paper
Length: 8:14
We all want to BE, don't we? We all want to BE, don't we?
A Crestone story...
Length: 10:57
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