China Daily
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Collective Evolution
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Journal therapy is all about using personal material as a way of documenting an experience, and learning more about yourself in the process, Kathleen Adams, a psychotherapist and author of Journal to the Self, told the Huffington Post . It lets us say what's on our minds and helps us get — and stayhealthy through listening to our inner desires and needs. The process of journaling allows you to get to know yourself through your feelings and experiences. It's just plain and simply writing out your feelings. This is different than just thinking because it is more streamline; you aren't going back and forth or writing the same thing down over and over again. You can start right now, or the next time you're feeling particularly stressed about something. It's so simple you might as well give it a shot! What do you have to lose? It just might help you more than you might have imagined! Plus, wouldn't it be fun to look back at the big events that happened in your life in 20 years or longer and see how you were able to deal with the situations? It could even provide you with some insight on how to handle situations you are faced with in the future.
Channel 4
14 hours
We're going to seek them in discovery, we must have them. It is unprecedented not to have them. We're gonna get them. Not if these people have anything to do with it. President Trump's inner circle, now sworn into their positions, and sworn to further his America First agenda. We will prove worthy of this moment in history and it may well be a great moment in history.
The Washington Times - Soccer
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TIME - Top Stories
17 hours
Collective Evolution
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We have long lost the ability to let the unknown and unsolvable be part of the process of life. Even when men were encouraged and allowed to explore and experience the mystical and divine parts of life, those privileges often ended up in men creating new dogmas and religions in order to exert control once again. For men the change will require the discovery of new territories The challenge for men today is to include and integrate soft and intangible qualities alongside the core ones of determination, focus, and goal orientation. The discovery, though, goes beyond inner reflection and includes giving up spaces dominated by men. Men will need to allow intuition, feelings, and sensitivity to be integrated into their creative and social lives. This inclusion requires the old conditioning around male self-expression to be dropped, and that is a huge step.
ITV
19 hours
Throw into that the mix of reports of power struggles inside the inner circle, you can see it is going to be a challenging week ahead. The incredible times go on. Thank you. Still to come... COMMENTATOR: She's done it! Who's next for Konta, as Britain's women's number one powers into the last eight in Australia.
The Huffington Post
19 hours
I also had to wait a week for the biopsy report. The new doctor said there was a 1% chance I had cancer. He added,"If you had waited ten years you would have been in real trouble. By the way, I will see you in six months for another colonoscopy! We have to make sure we did not leave any pieces of the polyp." "OMG," I said to him. "I will soon be known as the Colonoscopy Queen." He laughed and so did my husband. I even smiled. Over the course of the next week, I had no problems. Eight days later I learned I was cancer-free. What prompted me to forge ahead with an unpleasant procedure when a 'brilliant' doctor told me, "You can wait ten years?" I asked myself, "Was I wise because I have lived past lives?" or "Did I get in touch with my inner conscience because of conversations in Garden Valley?" Who knows. In the meantime, dear readers, don't put off what you should do for yourself and your better half.
The Event Chronicle
20 hours
Cobra : The energy grid of Cintamani stones is getting stronger and stronger, and when the Event flash happens of course it will be strong enough, but what is even more important is that this grid is now assisting in dissolving the Yaldabaoth entity, and this is one of the reasons why it needs to be stronger and stronger because the stronger this grid is, the more it helps in final dissolution of all plasma anomaly, so this is one of the more important project that we have right now, to assist in acceleration of the Event and to assist in stabilizing the process until then. P : In order to dissolve the plasma octopus, how many cintamani stones do we have to bury worldwide until those angelic beings reach their critical mass? C : I would not speak about the numbers for various reasons, some of them are pretty obvious, but I would say that those who feel guided can keep planting the stones according to their own inner guidance, and that is the perfect approach to this particular situation.
Daily Mail - Home
21 hours
Daily Mail - Home
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Daily Mail - USA
21 hours
TIME - Top Stories
21 hours
That's the dark side of American ingenuity, and neither Hancock nor Keaton flinches from it. The Founder coasts breezily on a kind of seductive, sinister energy: What will Ray do next, as he transforms himself from weary road warrior to exuberant world beater? We watch in mild, unsurprised horror as he exchanges his straightforward, loyal first wife Ethel (Laura Dern) for blond dazzler Joan (played with shrewd, kitty-cat charm by Linda Cardellini) and boosts profits by removing milk from his restaurants' milk shakes altogether, among other innovations. The Founder is so entertaining, it scans like a tongue-in-cheek satire. But processing it is a little like taking a watch apartsuddenly, you get a sense of how complicated the world's inner workings are, even today. It's all there in Keaton's watchful, calculating eyes. The world has changed a lot in 60 years. But the art of the deal hasn't. This appears in the January 30, 2017 issue of TIME.
Politico
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He also knew that doing so could cost him dearly with his core audience of supporters. This quandary consumed him in the weeks leading up to the Republican convention as he listened to arguments for and against endorsing the party’s nominee. Cruz’s longtime chief strategist Jason Johnson spoke for most members of the inner circle, who were still reeling from their brutal primary tussle with Trump and vehemently opposed supporting him on moral grounds. Roe, representing a vocal minority of advisers and donors who felt Cruz should only speak in Cleveland if he planned to endorse, stressed that supporting the nominee was the safe and smart political play for someone who eventually wants to be president. At one point, a top Cruz donor recalls, the senator looked at him and said of endorsing Trump: “What will people like Steve Deace think?” Deace, a Christian conservative radio host in Iowa, is a Cruz devotee.
Forbes
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Shatter the myth that we should all strive for work-life balance. Here’s why.
The Sun Daily
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THREE years ago, Mislina Mustaffa received a plane ticket to watch the World Cup in Brazil as a birthday gift from a close friend. Her journey, however, did not end in Brazil. For two years, the outspoken actress and activist continued on her way, visiting other parts of world such as Colombia, Cuba, Jamaica, Scotland, Maritius, and many more. Mislina then jotted down her travel experiences in a book, Are You Talking About Trust, Mislina Mustaffa?, which is published by Thukul Cetak and launched on Jan 14. The book breaks from literary convention by bearing no page numbers, and not carrying the title on its cover. In a recent interview, the 46-year-old talks about the revelations she gained on her soul-searching journey around the world, as well as her views on how she’s come to terms with her own vulnerabilities. Can you tell us more about your book? “My book is more about the inner journey of a traveller.
Sky News
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What are saying today is that this extension of it being a percentage of your rateable value is hugely unfair for rural businesses. You take riding stables, they say categories, kennels, polo grounds, racehorses, these are all businesses and they are hugely disadvantaged to these business rates and people are in inner cities running profitable businesses on tiny pieces of grand are paying no rates.
Daily Mail - Home
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At first glance, Prince Harry might be alarmed to see a photo of his girlfriend Meghan Markle resting her hand on the inner thigh of another man. But there is no need for him to worry.
Daily Mail - Home
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At first glance, Prince Harry might be alarmed to see a photo of his girlfriend Meghan Markle resting her hand on the inner thigh of another man. But there is no need for him to worry.
Politico
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Julia Hahn, a staff writer at Breitbart News, is expected to join the White House – a move that further underscores Breitbart’s influence in the new administration. According to two sources briefed on the move, Hahn’s title will be special assistant to the president and she is expected to primarily work under White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, himself a former key player at Breitbart. Prior to joining Trump’s campaign, Bannon, an outspoken populist and member of the president’s inner circle, was chairman of the conservative website. It’s not clear whether the hire has been entirely finalized. Neither Hahn nor a White House spokesperson respond to requests for comment. Hahn, a former producer for conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham, has worked at Breitbart since 2015. Over the last month, she has penned a number of stories about Alabama Sen.
BBC News 24
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What do you think did go wrong, if it veered off course and headed towards America? Well, we don't know it headed towards America. I think that is probably a bit of rumour. It certainly didn't go on its preprogrammed flight path. Now, that could be anything to do with a tiny component, a small transistor, or something like that. Do remember this is an inner missile covered with telemetry indicators and things like that.
OK!
2 days
The former EastEnders star, who played Paul Coker on the BBC soap, performed an incredible tap dance routine to Puttin' On The Ritz. He channelled his inner Fred Astaire as put on another amazing dance, once again winning over viewers. But despite scoring well with the judges, he didnt score a complete 30 marks because of a blunder. At the end of the dance he slipped a little and fell onto his leg. Dance Dance Dance: Jonny Labey wowed viewers with his incredible tap routine ...
BBC News 24
2 days
Do remember this is an inner missile covered with telemetry indicators and things like that. It doesn't have a warhead, and it's designed obviously to go somewhere where there isn't any land. Anything could have gone wrong. It could have been a component failure, or indeed it could have been a software glitch, or something like that. And I think, as Lord West said just now, this is really unusual for this to happen, and if it did I'm sure the engineers and the geeks are all over it at the moment.
WhoWhatWhy
2 days
In retrospect, that was probably a foolish hope. Trump was always going to be Trump. He said the era of talk, talk, talk was over, an obvious dig at John Lewis, but in fact his speech blew more hot air than several inaugural speeches combined. It over-promised even more than his rally rants, if only because his inaugural combined every trope he has ever used. As always, he summoned us to patriotism while trashing our country, and by inference every leader who has ever come before. Speaking of the degradation of our inner cities and the rampant drug use in white rural areas, he announced: “This American carnage stops right here and right now.” Really? He declared our public education system so lacking that it “leaves our young and beautiful students deprived of all knowledge.” (In the text that was distributed, someone wisely took out the word “all.