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The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
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The Day of the Locust by Nathanael West
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The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart
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Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut
"Vennegut's most traditional narrative and, in many ways, to me, his greatest novel. (It irks me to say so because I love experiments in the form of the novel and especially Vonnegut's original and always inventive experiments.) Just re-read Cat's..." Read more of this review »
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Aimless Love by Billy Collins
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Cheese Primer by Steven Jenkins
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The Wild Medicine Solution by Guido Mase
" Well-researched and fascinating look at three groups of plants that can give us health benefits from continual use, aromatics, bitters and tonics. Inc ...more"
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Yiddish Folktales by Beatrice Silverman Weinreich
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Swami Dhyan Giten
“When we embrace the opposites within ourselves and understand that inner harmony arises when they mature, we find the love, joy, silence and freedom that are hidden in every moment. It is my experience that it is through the inner female side that we find the depth within ourselves – independent of if we are a man or a woman. It is through the female side that we find the inner source of love and truth. It is through the female side that we lit the light of our own consciousness. The more we learn to know the inner man and woman and the more we accept their different visions of life, the more a meeting happens between them that makes us happy and satisfied. Through embracing both these sides in ourselves, we realize that we really lack nothing – but that we already are love. When both the male and female side is capable of living in trust, a love begins to flow between them – a love that was always possible, but not realized. The inner woman is the meditative quality within ourselves. The inner woman is the source of love and truth. The inner woman is the capacity to surrender to life. It is through the inner woman that we are in contact with life. It is the inner woman that is the door to belongingness with the Whole.”
Swami Dhyan Giten, Presence - Working from Within. The Psychology of Being

Taylor Mali
“The only thing that surprises me is the characterization of teachers as lazy and greedy. Only someone with very little understanding of what teaching requires would say such a thing.”
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“Certainly teachers themselves can do a better job of letting the world know how hard their profession is, but frankly, they have real work to do and a lot of it, so they don't have a whole lot of free time on their hands.”
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