Archive for the ‘Soul’ Category
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Once in a blue moon, we have that subtle moment of revelation…

All the time; a multitude of ideas are flowing around us and right through us, but how rare is the occasion where we are able to hold that instant long enough to bring it out.

One man who certainly had the ability to hold onto that moment was Jim Henson. Henson is probably the world’s most famous puppeteer.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

We’re all accustomed to the wild world of drugs, which we are embedded in.

There are hard drugs like heroin and crystal meth, that are…well, how should I put this; pretty intense.

There are other drugs, notorious for being championed by its users’ as completely innocent and harmless, such as marijuana.

And there are even drugs that are hardly called “drugs”, in the derogatory sense, because of their mild affects, when used in proper measure, such as alcohol (which yes, is still a drug).

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

  1. When older we ask; “How could she dress me in that?!” You’ll do it too ;)   [TheLuxurySpot]
  2. Forget about your Kindle, now write books on rewritable paper! [TechnoBuffalo]
  3. Create your own original Google Search Story and market your business…[Entreprenista]
  4. Learn how to use site images, and avoid decorative image disasters! [SocialTriggers]
  5. Can revitalized RIM software, save BlackBerry devices? [MWD]
 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Source: keithferrazzi.com

Money and SunTzu?  I just finished reading an interesting article titled; “The Evolution of Generosity” at The Economist, but I feel like the post left much to be wanted. So I was hoping you SheBytes readers would be able to help me out, by commenting below and giving me your feedback.

The article basically tries to prove that “The human impulse to be kind to unknown individuals is not the biological aberration it might seem”, but I feel like it failed to display this for a few reasons.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Given the brevity that the clock’s ticking; it is crucial that we maximize our time on Earth.  There’s no denying the finitude, the temporality of this life; no matter whether someone is an atheist, or a devout believer; whether they’re Alaskan natives like Sarah Palin, or they’re from Mozambique . Even those that believe in an afterlife, accept the concurrent hurdle towards that future, as but a momentary passage and recognize the briefness of a lifetime.

 

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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Everyone no doubt has their favorite city. For me personally, it’s New York City! I LOVE IT!

Whether you call it Manhattan, NYC, The Big Apple or just home, there’s something about New York that’s special. When I’m here, I’m still amazed at how some things never change; while others are constantly in flux, but I really just love how “The City” has so much character.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

  1. Social media of the womb: “What Facebook Expects When You’re Expecting” [TheLuxurySpot]
  2. SheBytes not filling your Google + craze? Check Out: [DiscoverDigitalGroup]
  3. Honestly, at first I thought Cowboys & Aliens was a spoof…Top Twitter Trends: [Mashable]
  4. Shark Week and this playlist, were born for eachother! [LiveFastMag]
  5. Hacking to clear the path, towards a tech filled tomorrow! [Forbes]
 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

MIT on Meditation: Since the dawn of mankind, meditation has been as essential to human behavior as eating and speaking. It is such an ancient technique in fact; that many believe, man’s primordial need to focus attention inwardly, “may have contributed to the final phases of human biological” evolution and is intimately bound to the physical progress of our ancestors.

Meditation is so widespread culturally and religiously, that it is a global behavior. Its incarnations are found among the traditions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Taoism, to name a few.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

If you’re looking for simple ways to save yourself and keep your life in order without messing it up, LifeHack.org compiled a list of 10 Simple rules to adhere to.  Here are my favorite 3:

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Must Women choose between science and femininity?  Are we really choosing?  I was going through recent tweets by WITI (Women in Technology international) and I came upon an article re-tweeted by them titled:  ‘New Report Says Girls Feel They Must Choose Between Femininity and Sciences

The article states that boys and girls perform equally in math and science testing when they begin elementary school, and show about the same level of enjoyment of the subjects. However, by 8th grade, twice as many more boys than girls, are interested in STEM careers, (i.e. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).

 
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