Welcome to another month, another opportunity to share ideas and cultivate an awareness of life’s little lessons!
Recently, I stopped by a small, local shop that had all kinds of handmade items. As I talked with the owner, I found out that a portion of every sale was used to provide food for communities in need. He was a delightful man, his store filled with lovely items, and his purpose steadfast. As we chatted, he said he had a motto: It was to “Do Something that Matters.”
When I got to the car, I wrote it down. I considered his purpose in life, his way of serving the greater good, and I smiled at the goodness in the world. It was refreshing to have an honest-to-goodness conversation with a warm-hearted stranger. Given all this country has been through and our general sense of unease these days, it felt so completely normal that it seemed to stand out.
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THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION - What do you want?
Experience more of what you want, feed a happy mind, and find solutions faster;
FREE TO JUST BE
Creativity needs space and play time without judgment.
I Don't Believe in Divine Intervention
We can learn and practice ways to choose our experiences based on our divinity and the laws of Intention, Expectation, and Attraction.
WE STARTED THE FIRES
World events have the power to change individual consciousness and human consciousness on a greater level.
To age or not to age?
Our bodies want to move and have strong muscles.
Sunrise is the best possible time to recharge yourself for each new day of activity.
Know that we are timeless spiritual/energetic beings—and death is not a “goodbye,” just a “see you later.”
FIND YOUR WAY
There’s Angels and Masters and Dear late Aunt Tillie. All of this psychic stuff might sound pretty silly. Still we know that there’s something, we cannot deny it. But we’ll never know what, unless we just try it.
DO SOMETHING THAT MATTERS
What we give, we will receive, and kindness is a path that goes outward toward the intended and inward toward ourselves.
3 Keys to Sustainable Creativity
Why you should stop trying to produce a bestseller
Killer Heat Is Here
The record temperatures ravaging India are a warning of global catastrophes to come
Opening the Spigot
Conservatives want to limit social media companies’ power to control content
Expanding Access to Mind Expansion
Companies offer guided drug trips on jungle retreats, at city clinics, and in your living room
Europe's Travel Rebound Wobbles
A staffing crisis at airlines, airports, and even the Chunnel left some operators overwhelmed
Genetic testing companies promise they can predict an embryo’s probable future health. Some parents don’t want to stop there
Are We Still Doing Scooters?
Lime says people are scooting more than ever, but providing urban transit is a hard way to make unicorn-level profits
"You Know What's Cool?"
Facebook has spent a decade successfully ripping off its newer, hotter rivals. But this time, it tried to copy TikTok and blew up Instagram instead
Pivoting to Troll
Elon Musk’s incessant posting may do wonders for his ego and clout in right-wing circles, but it has destroyed value pretty much everywhere else
The Nudge Conundrum
Ride-hailing companies are gaming drivers. Drivers are trying to game back. It hasn’t been a joyride
The Tech Issue: How It Started How It's Going
The market collapse isn't just the inevitable result of macroeconomic forces like high interest rates and inflation. It's also the best opportunity in more than a decade to reckon with the tech industry's excess