Category: Inspiration

Give Your Mate Amnesty For Valentines Day (its free!)

By Arielle Ford Sexy lingerie, romantic dinners, long stem roses, a box of chocolates,  and champagne…these are typical Valentines Day gifts.  As lovely and appreciated as these gifts can be, what if this year you gave your beloved something that they never expected, something that will make both of you happy and is totally free? […]

Greek Wisdom with Agapi Stassinopoulos

Join us live Tuesday at 9am PST on NCR Radio for a “Dose of Greek Wisdom, Generosity, and Unconditional Love” with  the delightful Agapi Stassinopoulos, as we discuss her new book, “Unbinding the Heart.”  You can listen on KWRM 106.9 FM HD 3 in Seattle and on Contact Talk Radio. The call-in number for listeners […]

Andy Andrews: The Buck Stops Here

Andy Andrews, whose most recent book is How Do You Kill 11 Million People: Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think hates writing. But he loves having written, and clearly his readers do as well. A testimonial from his website says that people who don’t like to read love reading Andy’s books! What is […]

The Robin Hood of Street Art–“Banksy”

Banksy is the name he goes by, just Banksy–a pseudonym for an internationally known British street artist, whose art ranges from satirical to subversive to quirky. Last year he debuted his first film, “Exit Through the Gift Shop.” To some he is a renegade, to others a vandal, and he uses the old-fashioned method of […]

Todmorden – Incredible Edible program is a model for us all

(NaturalNews) When the small British mill town of Todmorden, tucked in between Yorkshire and Lancashire, first began installing fruit and vegetable gardens all around the area as part of the Incredible Edible program, it likely had no idea that the novel, yet simple, concept would make the town a foremost inspirational and self-sustaining model of […]

Amazing Tree Art in South Africa

It seems like all of nature has congregated in this one tree, yet nobody knows who created these incredibly gorgeous sculptures. And to top it all off, the artist(s) managed all of this without killing the tree. It looks like the work of a lifetime and a labor of love.