On “Survivor Cow” …

Originally posted on hack deeper:

Some readers noted that I seemed pessimistic in a recent post.  As if, with all that is going on in the world today, we are simply trapped in a hopeless situation.

Well, I was thrilled today to hear about Survivor Cow, a courageous cow who fell into a lake and swam to shore on a small island in the Irish countryside.


This brave bovine, while stranded, gave birth to a healthy calf, yet found herself in a precarious situation:  no one was feeding her on this island–she was thought to have mysteriously disappeared–yet even if she were able to swim back to her fields, her young baby couldn’t possibly swim back to shore with her.  So, she did what any cow in her situation would do.  She ate.

And she ate.  Week after week, she nursed her calf and ate everything green on that island.  She did not panic and abandon…

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Dreamwork: From the “Life is But A Dream” Department

Originally posted on All the Snooze That's Fit to Print:

What’s your purpose?

One quick way to unlock the messages in a dream is to consider the objects or characters in a dream and ask each one: “What’s your purpose?”

This question can be asked of any object in a dream: a rhinosaurus, a bicycle, a loaf of bread, an elevator, or a cloud.

For example, I had a dream about a coffee pot sometime back. I don’t drink coffee, nor do I own a coffee pot. So what was such an object doing in my dream? Using “active imagination” I simply thought about the coffee pot in my dream, and asked, “What is you purpose?”

I don't have a coffee pot in my kitchen. But one turned up in my dreams. I don’t have a coffee pot in my kitchen. But one turned up in my dreams.

A coffee pot is something I use (and borrow) only when company comes to visit. Brewing a pot of coffee makes people feel warm and welcomed. The one that…

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Free Tesla Energy Reborn Through Judy Beebe

Originally posted on Winging with Whitehawk:

This is important information my friends. In 1994, a woman in Montana had an action-packed OBE (out of body experience) in which Nikola Tesla appeared and mentored her to create THE energy device that can literally heal the planet, and everyone on it.

Oh, and run all our devices and appliances as well.

Sounds crazy perhaps, but the more exposure I have to Ms. Beebe’s efforts, the more I realize what she’s doing is HUGE, and it must be encouraged to thrive as a new technology. Perhaps even THE new technology.

NEW_GEM_MACHINE-406x377Following is a one-hour interview between host Adam Abraham and Judy Beebe. (Judy also has her own youtube channel for anyone interested to keep up with her personal posts). There might be more concise presentations among her videos than this particular interview provides… I haven’t seen them all yet.

Judy’s trails include a 40-year career in medicine, so…

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Puzzle Crazy?

Originally posted on Optimistic Kid:

I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t solve a Rubik’s Cube if my life depended on it.  It probably has something to do with the fact that I can’t concentrate on one thing for long periods of time.  It always blows my mind when I see people finish them in under a minute or some crazy time…  Well, to make me feel even more inferior someone designed the “X Cube Puzzle”.   This can’t be real life. How can someone concentrate for that long???  X Cube

It would take me months to solve a regular Rubik’s Cube, I can’t even imagine how long it would take me to solve the X Cube.  Heck, wouldn’t even know how to hold it.  That thing is gigantic.  Do you you know how to solve an X Cube?  If you do…you are my hero.   Rumor hast it that the trick is painting…

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Blue Snow, The Battery by George Bellows

Originally posted on my daily art display:

A few days ago I featured the art of Samuel Luke Fildes who in his early artistic days was a Social Realist painter.  His paintings and illustrations for The Graphic magazine dwelled on the plight of the poor in his native England and what they had to endure.  Today I am featuring an American artist of around the same era who wanted to paint pictures of real life in New York City.  He is George Wesley Bellows, the American realist painter.

George Bellows was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1882 and after passing through the various school years arrived at Ohio State University at the age of nineteen.  It was here that his sports prowess came to the fore and at one time it was thought that he may take up baseball professionally.  During his time at the university he funded himself by working as a commercial illustrator.  However Bellows…

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