Change isn’t often comfortable nor welcomed, but we don’t have a choice. We’re already in the midst of it. What we can choose is how we use this time and our experience to re-evaluate what gives meaning to our lives, to shake our complacency, and to find new purpose and a fresh way of looking at ourselves and others as we decide how best to adapt to our new reality. More importantly, we can choose to step outside of our boxes, to get rid of what no longer serves us and to make this a better, more compassionate, unified and equitable world to live in. It’s up to us.
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What's Your Anchor?
My nephew JoJo’s boat race across the Atlantic Ocean became a metaphor for what had been thrust upon all of us in 2020 with the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic.
WHEN YOU DON'T HIT THE JACKPOT
We all have different lessons at different times, and prosperity might not be up for you right now.
Are you longing for that experience of innocence and awe that may now seem hidden behind masks and walls?
UNLOCK YOUR POTENTIAL
Hypnosis is a way to empower yourself to have the life that you truly want.
The Ripple Effect
We may not always reach the multitudes, but we each can follow our inner calling and do our best.
Get ready to walk into the life of your own making.
No Turning Back
How I took my power back and transformed my life in the midst of chaos and addiction.
Focus on Eye Health
Treating macular degeneration and vision problems with Eastern medicine and acupuncture.
Who Will You Be?
Identity is a version of reality we experience according to the vision we are using.
Inside Your Bubble
Your Bubble is an organic energetic imprint of how YOU are seen, and how you project—inwardly and outwardly—to the world.
The Virtues of Volunteering
My column on fulfilling ways to spend retirement (“Living in Retirement,” April) continues to generate inspirational responses from readers, many of whom have sung the praises of volunteering. You also volunteered the names of additional service groups that you have found rewarding. I’ll cite a number of them for those of you in search of a cause that strikes a chord.
Blue Hill Public Library
The Schmidt Ocean institute’s scientific vessel, Falkor, the world’s first year-round philanthropic research vessel, is the subject of the upcoming Slaven lecture at the Blue Hill public library. The institute’s website, schmidtocean.org, streams real-time video whenever it has equipment deployed to the ocean floor.
APPLE'S iPHONE PRIVACY CLAMPDOWN ARRIVES AFTER 7-MONTH DELAY
Apple is following through on its pledge to crack down on Facebook and other snoopy apps that secretly shadow people on their iPhones in order to target more advertising at users.
CHINA'S HUAWEI SAYS SALES DOWN 16.5% AMID US SANCTIONS
Embattled Chinese tech giant Huawei said first-quarter revenue fell after it sold its lower-priced Honor smartphone brand, but profitability improved.
FACEBOOK REPORTS SOARING QUARTERLY AD REVENUE, STOCK JUMPS
Facebook’s stock jumped Wednesday into record territory after the social media giant reported stronger-than-expected results for the first quarter thanks to soaring ad revenue.
APPLE ANNOUNCES 1ST EAST COAST CAMPUS IN NORTH CAROLINA
Apple is expanding spending in the U.S. and announced plans to build its first East Coast campus, in North Carolina.
Kingston Workflow Station
A dock for creative types
FEED YOUR MIND. FEAST YOUR EYES.
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: HOSTILE UFOs SWARM U.S. NAVY SHIPS!
Top pilot calls it ‘act of war’
Secret Pentagon Warning
U.S. BRACES FOR WORLD WAR 3!