“It is in the middle of misery that so much becomes clear,” the poet and Jungian analyst Clarissa Pinkola Ests reassures us. ET/PT on OWN) delivers a thought provoking, eye opening and inspiring program designed to help viewers awaken to their best selves and discover a deeper connection to the world around them. Exploring themes and issues including happiness, personal fulfillment, wellness, spirituality and conscious living, “Super Soul Sunday” presents an array of perspectives on what it means to be alive in today’s world..
Looking back I would recommend getting a preconfigured system over getting a bunch of modules. The problem with building your system as a beginner is that you don know all of the required utilities and functions to make a well rounded and functional modular system, but manufacturers do. Starting out with something preconfigured can help you learn the basics in an environment that has all of the tools you need, instead of having a half working system like many people end up with if they don fully understand what they need.
Sometimes patients had to be locked in rooms it’s called seclusion to keep themselves and others safe. And just like any other psychiatric hospital, for patients who were so extraordinarily violent that there was nothing else we could do, they did have to be restrained, which is not something any of us ever wanted to do, but sometimes happened. Over the course of my career I have definitely found that the first approach listening to patients and really having patience with them is by far the best approach.
Think tunics, flowing skirts, leather shoes. Some embrace the medieval, while others go full Orc. There a deeper sense of shared community that flows through each camp set up here where fighters camp out together sometimes in period tents and cook together.
One year after the Tucson shooting, one of the deadliest school mass shootings in recent history occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. The attack left 20 children and six adults dead. Obama attended the vigil in the town’s high school.
When a man goes on a date with a woman, the last thing he wants to hear about from her is her ex. A woman in her 50s SO gets that and that’s because she doesn’t want to talk about her ex at all. One big reason why she doesn’t is that she doesn’t have to.
The popular version of the story is that when the first few bars of Dylan’s electrified music gushed out of the amplifiers, it horrified the crowd especially Pete Seeger, “the gentle giant of the folk scene,” who tried to cut the sound cables with an axe. The real story is a lot better than that and, if not as black and white as the popular one, all the more resonant for being recounted here by one of the best music journalists around. In “Dylan Goes Electric!” Wald carefully lays out the path to Newport, and his readers will itch with yearning as they wait to find out what really happened that night..