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Greg Archer

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Archer is best known for his award-winning features on agents of change, celebrities, and health and environmental patriots, near and far. His work has appeared in Oprah Magazine, The Huffington Post, San Francisco Examiner, The Advocate, Palm Springs Life, Bust, Prevention, VIA Magazine and other portals. As host of GTv, he frequently covers arts-related events and other red carpet fodder around the United States and Canada.

Grace Revealed: A Memoir, will be released in early 2015. Mr. Archer also co-wrote the bestselling health and wellness book, Shut Up, Skinny Bitcheswith Dr. Maria Rago.

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Greg Archer So many things actually—from intergenerational trauma to the overlooked "Holocaust" of the 1940s. But I think it's that history nearly overlooked the…moreSo many things actually—from intergenerational trauma to the overlooked "Holocaust" of the 1940s. But I think it's that history nearly overlooked the spirit, the will, the valiant grace of nearly 2 million Polish people who were deported by Stalin and sent to slave labor in Siberia in 1940. And that with 2015 being the 75th anniversary of that marker, the time is ripe to shed light on this chapter of time.(less)
Greg Archer I take a notepad or get on the computer and just write, write, write—whatever. Several pages of "Whatever" —and I allow it to be nonsense in the sense…moreI take a notepad or get on the computer and just write, write, write—whatever. Several pages of "Whatever" —and I allow it to be nonsense in the sense that I think it's nonsense. I do this to get whatever is in my head —out on the page; to clear the vessel; to make room for the real work to come through.(less)
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Before we all officially wave goodbye to 2014, I keep being reminded to take time to reflect back on the year. It's as if something inside of me wants me to GET what 2014 was all about; to absorb its riches and lessons and, hopefully, absorb some of the lessons. We spend so much time being "busy" and producing that sometimes those lessons take a while to sink in.

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Published on December 31, 2014 10:07 • 54 views • Tags: feelings, history, memoir, new-year, poland, polish-culture, stalin, world-war-ii

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“Kresy-Siberia Foundation? Its purpose was “to inspire, promote and support the worldwide research, remembrance and recognition of Polish citizens’ struggles under occupation and in exile in connection with the Second World War and in doing so to … record the experiences of Polish citizens living in Poland before and during the Second World War and their life in exile during and after the war,”
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“There is a popular Polish saying: “Do not push the river, it will flow by itself.”
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“Losing your mind is hardly an elegant affair. When the mind goes, it is best to wear some kind of bib. Spiritual spit-up happens. It just does.”
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