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#189: That Little Trail
Sunday • July 5th 2020 • 10:24:23 pm • 898B1

One late afternoon I hopped on my bicycle to ride the trail, and returned with an interesting tale. For right where 275 and Michigan meet, I found a little bicycle path that's really neat. It is a huge park that branches out to two more little parks,...

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#188: Have No Fear
Saturday • July 4th 2020 • 11:42:09 pm • 665B

When you sense that fear is near, begin thinking about all the things you hold dear. Think about how far you have already grown, how much of what you love used to be scary or unknown. And do not let anyone try to control you with fear, they are weak and...

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#187: The Mudlark
Friday • July 3rd 2020 • 11:38:03 pm • 2KB

Mudlarks In the 18th and 19th centuries Mudlarks would search the muddy shores of the River Thames at low tide for anything that could be sold; and sometimes, when occasion arose, pilfering from river traffic. By at least the late 18th century people...

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#186: Humankind Must Keep Moving Towards Wisdom
Friday • July 3rd 2020 • 10:05:14 pm • 4KB

My Friends, it is very important not to think in terms of Others running the world, whoever holds the power now, will be too old in a handful or years. The world is yours, but it is nowhere near ready, it needs great ideas, a lot of work, and it comes with...

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#185: Little Journals of Interesting Adventures
Thursday • July 2nd 2020 • 11:27:54 pm • 698B

Great Adventures need not take you far, and ultimately, wherever you go there you are. But still, there is something special about new places, we see more deeply, and get in good graces. I think the kind of adventure, that really is the best, will make you...

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#184: My Little Dream Of Convergence
Wednesday • July 1st 2020 • 10:32:43 pm • 2KB

On the last day of the old year, kids were granted the power to come up with a name for our newly united world... It all stared a long time ago, it was about not repeating history's mistakes, a newly found emphasis on not committing the sins of our grand...

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#183: To No End
Tuesday • June 30th 2020 • 11:38:48 pm • 3KB

When we are still learning what the world is, we find comfort in recognizing where something starts, and where it ends. Knowing the beginning and seeing the ending helps us feel in control, it helps us see the journey's end, or the height of a challenge....

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#182: The Great Being
Monday • June 29th 2020 • 10:18:42 pm • 3KB

To rise, to become strong, to grow and to break away and become more authentic, is our first great responsibility, and our health. However, it does go against our nature as children, we have a tendency not to look outside of the culture we are brought into...

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#181: Brilliance and Enlightenment
Sunday • June 28th 2020 • 11:34:49 pm • 773B

No worries, the only real darkness is the Twilight of Hesitation, it is dangerous because it makes time go by all too fast. So you just have to make a promise to your self, that each day will be a tiny-tiny itsy-bitsy better; than then previous. Other than...

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#180: Greatness Of Soul
Saturday • June 27th 2020 • 11:16:50 pm • 956B

Anything that can go wrong may go wrong, and there is only one guarantee in life. It is a guarantee, precisely because it is within our complete control, the guarantee is The Greatness Of Our Soul, or Spirit, or Being. It means you will keep getting up no...

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#179: The Maverick
Saturday • June 27th 2020 • 12:47:44 am • 769B

Roundtable Rival - Lindsey Stirling Master of Tides Elements Roundtable Rival and Don't Let This Feeling Fade Lindsey Stirling Music Video Evolution 2005-2018 Fire Rope Dart Flow Kill Bill Fire Rope Dart Choreography Flow Mayhem Fire Dance Reel 2020 The...

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#178: Finding The Northern Part Of The I-275 Bicycle Trail
Friday • June 26th 2020 • 10:44:01 pm • 860B6

For those of you who had trouble, finding the Northern end of the I-275 Bicycle Tail. Hines connects North and South parts, but it is really hard to find the North Entry Point I got on my bicycle today, and took some pictures. You have to find the M-14...

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#177: Amazing Nap
Thursday • June 25th 2020 • 10:54:26 pm • 612B

Back when I was a Teenager, one late Friday afternoon. I had a nap, so amazing, I have never forgotten about it. I woke up light as a feather, and I dressed beautifully. And went exploring, little Coffee Shops in Plymouth. I went to see The Brew Ha Ha,...

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#176: The Way Of The Warrior
Wednesday • June 24th 2020 • 8:59:53 pm • 1KB

In the beginning we discover our Universal Self, the Being we are, regardless, of what Culture or Place we are born into. Then we set an aim, by asking our Elder Selves what heir regrets are, the more we advance forward the more we become Ourselves. The...

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#175: Inventing Yourself
Tuesday • June 23rd 2020 • 11:39:32 pm • 970B

Try to imagine yourself born in different places or to different cultures, note how you are influenced by all the surrounding factors. Note, how there are parts of you that never do change, that form some kind of a foundation. Rather, than than letting...

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#174: Gradually Increasing Endurance
Monday • June 22nd 2020 • 10:45:02 pm • 1KB

All those High and Mighty claims of "I am stronger", "I can run longer", "You can't do what I do", are bunk. But they also beautifully underline the importance of Endurance, nothing is more important for an Athlete than Proper Endurance. Without a solid...

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#173: Learning From Books
Sunday • June 21st 2020 • 8:56:59 pm • 2KB

Nonfiction books are way to share wisdom, some wisdom is in the form of advice, other you have to discover yourself. Life is too precious, and we are far too intelligent not to inherit wisdom from books, there is only one direction for us all, and that is...

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#172: The Snack Bar
Saturday • June 20th 2020 • 7:35:09 pm • 1KB

You know me, I am not one to complain, but; every once in a while a little bird flies into my jogging lane. She lands, and turns her head to look at me, the moment she sees that I see... ...she starts hopping, moving much faster than me, at first I thought...

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#171: The Tracer
Saturday • June 20th 2020 • 12:02:25 am • 504B

Casino Royale Parkour Katie McDonnell, 10 Years of Training! Gone Wild - Luci Steel Romberg Noa Diorgina, My Air wipp Xperience Noa Diorgina Lynn Jung Lynn Jung 2017 Showreel Renae Dambly, Europe Summer 2019 Renae Dambly, Worst Parkour Fails Elise Bickley...

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#170: The Building of The Ocean
Friday • June 19th 2020 • 6:38:13 pm • 4KB

Since we can't see future clearly, the risk is simply too great not to take the higher more challenging roads. If we are mistaken about the importance of growing up, and choose to push, and climb, and become Great Beings, anyway. Well, we can hardly say...

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#169: A Couple Of Sandwiches Shy Of A Picnic
Thursday • June 18th 2020 • 11:11:39 pm • 1KB

There cannot be jogging without acting crazy, if you're not snarling and spitting you're just being lazy. Not to mention that its discussing to swallow those little files, you're not supposed to keep them, they're not your prize. Ultimately, it makes no...

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#168: Point of Convergence
Wednesday • June 17th 2020 • 6:52:28 pm • 2KB

Humanity must not be scared of poverty, poverty is just a symptom of immature, shortsighted politics. For politics to grow up and begin helping the world heal, we must begin growing up, and inspire the children to growing up as well. Nothing will change,...

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#167: Philosopher Queens, and Philosopher Kings
Tuesday • June 16th 2020 • 10:23:07 pm • 2KB

Your Earthly Lineage begun some four billions years ago, you ancestors weren't human, they couldn't even breathe Oxygen. We gradually adapted to changing conditions, to chemical composition of our Little Lonesome Blue Earth. In a mere Hundred Million years...

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#166: The Journey To The Old End Of The I-275 Bicycle Trail
Monday • June 15th 2020 • 10:31:53 pm • 2KB1

Every one in a while I bicycle to the south end, and check if they did any work, and how it went. I always find it old, and full, of bumps thorns and grass, no matter how hard I bicycle, there is never a way to pass. I work up this morning, and said "It is...