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Episode #23 - Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre 1938

10/12/2018
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Sharing with you how I am moved and awakened by amazing words.

Duration:00:17:32

Episode #22 - Us Two by Alan Alexander Milne

9/24/2018
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I believe that whimsey, imagination, and joy are the forbears of self-expression. With this knowledge we can continue to play, to dream, and to express our wonder, all the days of our life.

Duration:00:08:17

Episode #21 - The Last Letter of Marie Antoinette 1793

9/16/2018
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What would you write, just hours before your execution? I think this is a letter abundant with love and acceptance.

Duration:00:17:07

Episode #20 - Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe 1849

9/10/2018
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It’s like a whole movie in just six short stanzas!

Duration:00:13:22

Have You Earned Your Tomorrow? by Edgar Guest 1916

9/3/2018
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You are an individual, but you are also part of a collective. Are you producing days of value to you, and benefitting your collective in a personal and meaningful way?

Duration:00:09:26

Rock me to sleep by Elizabeth Akers Allen 1859

9/1/2018
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There is no love like a mothers love. Even as adults, many of us yearn for the sweet lullaby and feeling of safety that our mothers provided.

Duration:00:09:53

Miracles by Walt Whitman 1881

9/1/2018
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As a new season announces its entrance, may we be reminded of the miracle that is...

Duration:00:07:07

Schrodinger's cat by Erwin Schrodinger 1935

8/24/2018
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Thought experiments are a great analytical way to wander through the fields of logic.

Duration:00:11:09

A 16th Century Loveletter by A Grieving Widow 1586

8/19/2018
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Not for the faint of heart!

Duration:00:10:18

Do You Think That I Do Not Know? by Henry Lawson 1910

8/17/2018
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New lovers always feel that they were the first to discover the allure of passion.

Duration:00:11:47

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samual Taylor Coleridge 1798

8/11/2018
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A long poem but full with so much imagery, rhythm, and thought provoking events.

Duration:00:29:43

Invictus by William Ernest Henry 1888

8/10/2018
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Are you still in control of your own life or have you relinquished control because the pressures of life became too much to bear alone?

Duration:00:09:12

If I Had My Life Over by Don Herold/Nadine Stair 1953

8/7/2018
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“I wish they had sold me Latin and History as a lark.”

Duration:00:11:36

Thirteen Virtues by Benjamin Franklin 1789

8/6/2018
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Time for a little check of your virtues and how your life stacks up against what Benjamin Franklin thought was important.

Duration:00:05:41

The Man from Snowy River by Banyo Patterson 1890

8/6/2018
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Get ready for some heart pumping aussie action. Woo!

Duration:00:11:03

Letter to Ludovico Sforza by Leonardo da Vinci 1483

8/6/2018
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Leo is applying for a position at the court of Ludovico Sforza. Quite a job application cover letter!

Duration:00:11:15

On his blindness by John Milton 1673

8/4/2018
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I share how this poem is relevant to my current contemplations and how it delivers us from suffering.

Duration:00:09:16

The Lady of Shallott by Alfred Lord Tenneson 1842

8/4/2018
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Let me share these words with you and fill your soul with nourishment. Let me stir something within you.

Duration:00:12:39

To be or not to be by William Shakespeare 1599

8/3/2018
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What does it mean to you?

Duration:00:08:03

The Psalm of Life by Henry Wadswoth Longfellow 1838

8/3/2018
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What a wonderfully powerful, inspirational, and energetic piece to feed our soul.

Duration:00:08:58