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“In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities; in the expert’s mind there are few.”
During a cold Fall day in Chicago back in 2005, I walked into my first yogaclass. I started practicing to meet women and cross-train for a half-marathon. It also helped that the class was included in my membership at XSport Fitness in the Old Town Neighborhood. That…
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It’s only recently that I have embraced my passion for writing. It’s a fascinating to see how the same words can have a different impact on two people.“You write in order to change the world, knowing perfectly well that you probably can’t, but also knowing that literature is indispensable to the world. The world changes according to the way people see it, and if you…
credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Centernot linked by your blood
bond stronger than black hole’s pull
touched them to their core
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last grain of sand slipped to pile
too short and too soon
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“People all over the world (everybody)
Join hands (join)
Start a love train, love train
People all over the world (all the world, now)
Join hands (love ride)
Start a love train (love ride), love train” —The O’Jays
I had the honor of being one of the first to get a ticket to ride the MangoFuel Love Train.Say what?
My good friend and an inspiration, Megan Church, Founder of MangoFuel just launched…
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thoughts are fresh as morning dew
good but not like dad’s
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Anthony Ware is a cultural architect, zen doughboy™, author, teacher and humanitarian. He lives at the intersection of human behavior, science, business, culture and consciousness. His life is a spicy gumbo with a dash of a…
Hot summer day in July. 90 degrees at 10pm
Tell the story of living in your car for a month in July of 2012. I was really attached to my car until I wasn’t. DATE YOU SOLD CAR, 2013. The last day I owned a car.
Slept in the car, work and meetings in an upscale hotel lobby, worked out and showered at lifetime fitness and stored all my stuff in 5×5 storage unit.
on a few occasions – borrowed car