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Recommended Reading: Gone Hiking - Backpacker

Gone Hiking – Backpacker
“I think I need some help. I’ve been on the trail and I keep falling down.” She directs him to have a seat, then asks him his name. 7 more words

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An Economy of One - April 16, 2015

Hour 1: 2016 Election; Annuities; IMF corruption: https://aneconomyofone.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/eoone-4-16-15-hr-1.mp3

Hour 2: Peter Wallison interview; Should the US/World go cashless?; We might be seeing the end of the death tax: … 21 more words

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Recommended Reading: The Heartbreakingly Tragic Story Of Keanu Reeves Revealed - NoLimitForMind

The Heartbreakingly Tragic Story Of Keanu Reeves Revealed – NoLimitForMind
Sixteen years ago this week, way back in 1999, the completely groundbreaking, mind blowing science-fiction, action movie The Matrix was first released in…

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The eight best young adult books – and why grownups should read them, too

Young adult writing today contains everything and the best could thrill readers of any age. Hundreds of superb novels have been published for young adult readers. 419 more words

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The Laws of Spirit - Dan Millman

This is a lovely little book. I loved reading it and refer back to it often.

The story begins with Dan Millman’s encounter with a sage in the mountains near his home. 162 more words

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"Lacy Eye" by Jessica Treadway

“There is a grace in denial.  It is nature’s way of letting in only as much as we can handle.” — Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Three years ago,  Hanna Schutt and her husband were bludgeoned in their bed with a crochet mallet.  623 more words

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Fast Read (and Fast Review): That's Not English, by Erin Moore

Erin Moore’s delightful book, That’s Not English*, is what I’d call a beach read for book nerds. In it, she describes some of the many cultural differences between the British and Americans by deploying the lens of words we share in common that have very different meanings, including seemingly innocuous words like “quite” and “pull.” 90 more words

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