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Are You a Human Being or a Human Doing?

Keddy Outlaw in Houston, Texas says,

"There is a state of being that I strive for and perhaps idealize, that of simply being. After all, we are human beings, not human doings!"

What are you? (Read more/comment HERE)

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Breaking the Stigma of Mental Illness

 

Beth Jukuri shows us the power of self-acceptance: "If you fearlessly accept the darkness, you will get to the point that you can accept the uniqueness of who you are."
 
Eight minutes behind the scenes with Beth who confides candidly about the abuse she experienced as a child, how she overcame the trauma of her past and inspires others today.

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Keddy Ann Outlaw replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"I had to deal blackjack at a Texas Library Association conference party one time -- don't know how I ever got through it... But it was a favor for my boss; they taught us quickly and threw us out on the floor. Tom and I went to a…"
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Keddy Ann Outlaw replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"Kay, you must be a strategic thinker! Glad you were a formidable force at playing Risk. Believe it or not, I've never played poker..."
Monday
Keddy Ann Outlaw replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"I love Scrabble! Especially when it's just 2 people... If 4 play, it can drag. Kay mentioned Risk -- I tried it once but it didn't grab me. In college, I knew a bunch of people who would sit and play it all night."
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Bobbie Horowitz replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"Happy Easter!  Keddy Ann - you mentioned bridge being good for the brain. My mom was very smart. However, I didn't like having to sit in the Ivy Room during my college years, playing bridge when I could be studying - or  dancing at a…"
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Keddy Ann Outlaw replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"Hard to get a good shot because of the shade and angle of the sun -- but here is one portion of the yard where I added flagstones. Trying to keep to the orange/gold/brown stone, and need to replace a few old grayish ones. I tear out the sod and…"
Sunday
Keddy Ann Outlaw replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"Hi, Devin! - Old Maid is the card game but I forget the rules.  No computer card games for you -- think of all the time you are saving! In some ways, computer card games are addictive. Tom and I both mildly addicted.... Flagstones -- will take…"
Sunday
Keddy Ann Outlaw replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"Hi, Bobbie -- Bridge players are usually quite smart, at least the ones I've known! So playing the game must be good for the brain, as well as being social."
Saturday
Bobbie Horowitz replied to Keddy Ann Outlaw's discussion Card Games Then and Now in the group Creative Intentions
"Funny you should mention card games Keddy Ann. Cards were always something I felt compelled to learn to play; but never really had any interest in playing. My mother was on the bridge team of the country club my parents joined when they moved to…"
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