The impossible is often the untried. ~ Jim Goodwin
~ Jim Goodwin
~ Jim Goodwin
Yoga Interviews : Maria from Daily Downward Dog Today is the 6th week our 8 week yoga interviews series where we’re presenting interviews of 8 influential yoga bloggers. We ask 8 engaging questions and release an interview every Saturday at 8am US EST. For this interview, we’re happy to learn more about Maria from the […]
We are back near the cloud-forest 🙂 This is an amazing place for $11/night. A small bit about Salento: Salento is a small little town in Quindío , in the Zona Cafetera region of Colombia. Zona Cafetera also known as “Eje Cafetero” is a coffee going region in the Andino region in Colombia. The terraced slopes of the Zona Cafetera yield nearly half of Colombia’s […]
~ Steve Jobs
“When you grow up you tend to get told that the world is the way it is and your life is just to live your life inside the world. Try not to bash into the walls too much. Try to have a nice family life, have fun, save a little money. That’s a very limited […]
Many people are inclined to attach blame to someone or something outside themselves—a provocation, insult, personal attack, basketball game. When all the dust settles, however, the most accurate belief about an angry display is “I made me do it.” Via Fighting Mad
Amazing Cinematography in this Short Mountain Film This is short film is a work of amazing cinematography from Sherpas Cinema. Ever since I came across this video three years ago, I’ve been enamored with the concept, the film work, the quality of the camera used, and the talent of the main character. Simply incredible. Whenever I’m […]
Guatapé is located in the outskirts of Medellín, bordering a reservoir created by the Colombian government for a hydro-electric dam, built in the late 1960s. This quaint town is the gathering place for “Las Vegas”, or the small farms of the area. It is also a growing area of recreation for citizens of Medellín, and aims […]
~ Lao Tzu
Rick Mereki spent 44 days, traveling 38,000 miles, across 11 countries, just to film this one-minute video. The concept is simple, but boy, what a video.
A Guide on how to use workaway.info As we travel South America, it is inspiring to listen and talk to people using the website Workaway.info There are so many people basically traveling for free using this website. Last week we signed up for Workaway and the results that happened in days was nothing short of […]
~ Arthur Ashe
Backpacking the Osa Peninsula The Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica : How to get there and what to do: After days of a laid-back jungle lifestyle, surrounded by the most beautiful natural sights, I’m happy to report that the Osa Peninsula on the South Pacific region of Costa Rica is a must-see when traveling in Costa […]
Calming Relaxation Music Music has a profound impact on our state of being — that’s why we post calming relaxation music for the Lucid Practice Community. Hope you enjoy this piece, Canon and Gigue composed by Johann Pachelbel in 1680. Pachelbel composed over 500 pieces…. this is by far the most well known today. Pachelbel is famous […]
~ Thich Nhat Hanh
Yoga Blogger Interview : It’s All Yoga, Baby Today is the 5th week our 8 week yoga blogger interview series where we’re presenting interviews of 8 influential yoga bloggers. We ask 8 engaging questions and release an interview every Saturday at 8am US EST. For this interview, we’re happy to learn more about Roseanne from […]
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Joshua A Parable for Today Summary, Notes, Discussion Joshua A Parable for Today Summary, Notes, and Discussion on Pages 1-48, Chapter 1-4 This post, Joshua A Parable for Today Summary, Notes, Discussion is one that is very dear to my heart. My dear cousin Bob introduced me to this beautiful little book. It’s an absolute gem. If […]
~ Franklin P. Jones
We got here on Sunday and our loving this destination. More to come down the line.
~ Thaddeus Golas
I first heard Brazilian musician Seu Jorge in Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. I really love the movie, especially the music in it. Seu Jorge covered David Bowie’s classics in Portuguese for much of the movie, the movie’s soundtrack is fantastic, and I hope you enjoy his rendition of “Changes”. Hakuna Matata
“I was just trying to calm down. I put on some meditation music, burned some sage, had the candles going. Just tried to do a little bit of yoga. Yoga always comes through for me … It was all about good vibration. Thankfully, I slept really good. I did some mantras. It worked out for […]
Top 5 Panama Destinations for Backpackers to Visit Kate and I are about to leave Panama, but before we do, we wanted to compile a list of our Top 5 Panama Destinations for Backpackers to Visit. This guide is based on our personal experience and great tips we’ve picked up from other travelers along the […]
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Heard this yesterday in Cartagena.
You are the Salt of the Earth Meaning “You are the Salt of the Earth” — those are the ever important words that Jesus spoke 2000 years ago during the Sermon on the Mount. Most scholars agree that the Sermon on the Mount (which is part of Matthew’s Gospel) encapsulates the core of Jesus’ teachings. The […]
5 Tips for a Successful Interview Interviews, whether a job interview, college admission interview, or a fellowship interview, can be daunting and intimidating so we put together this list of 5 Tips for a Successful Interview. I’ve been implementing these amazing 5 tips for the past two years in interviews for fellowships. Follow my tips […]
~ Desmond Tutu
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We had a blast last Tuesday, February 4th.
~ Spencer Johnson
A fun post for today: ALABAMA …………Was the first state to have 9-1-1, started 1968. ALASKA ……….One out of every 64 people has a pilot’s license. ARIZONA…………Is the only state in the continental U.S. that does not follow Daylight Savings Time. ARKANSAS………..Has the only active diamond mine in the U.S.
“Dogs are minor angels, and I don’t mean that facetiously. They love unconditionally, forgive immediately, are the truest of friends, willing to do anything that makes us happy, etcetera. If we attributed some of those qualities to a person we would say they are special. If they had all of them, we would call them […]
Julian Schnabel: In The Course of Seven Days on Nowness.com