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September 3, 2015

‘NeuroTribes’ Examines The History — And Myths — Of The Autism Spectrumboy-walking-grass_wide-f0de5fde9cb1237ec4c9c10f316c5367c468c138-s800-c85

NPR-Fresh Air


‘Best of all, he loved the fall.’



(Photo:  Ketchum, Sept. 3rd, 2015)


Elie Wiesel’s Timely Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech on Human Rights and Our Shared Duty in Ending Injustice



Tree Counter Is Astonished By How Many Trees There Are


NPR-All Things Considered


Rearranging our prejudices 

Change is the point. It’s what we seek to do to the world around us.

Change, actual change, is hard work. And changing our own minds is the most difficult place to start.

It’s also the only place to start.

It’s hard to find the leverage to change the way you see the world, hard to pull on your thoughtstraps. But it’s urgent.

“A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices…”

-William James

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