What We Read This Week

Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


Save the bees with seed bombs

A California company is using seed bombs as a strategy to fight the disappearance of bees. Ei Ei Khin and Chris Burley started Seedles with the aim of spreading bee-friendly wildflowers in neighborhoods around the country, a project they call “Grow the Rainbow”…Read Full Article

From Treehugger


Whole body listening

Students of communication claim that less than 10 per cent of a message comes through the actual words used. Another 40 per cent or so comes from the voice — its tone, its pitch, its melody or dissonance. The remaining 50 per cent comes from non-verbal clues, what we commonly call body language…Read Full Article

From Jim Taylor’s Weblog


10 Worst Mistakes People Make After Retirement

Money mistakes are a common learning experience from which we can all grow, but when you are already in your retirement phase, the results can be a little more catastrophic. It’s much easier to recover from mistakes when you are younger but retirees are depending on that nest egg and their ability to replenish savings is greatly diminished…Read Full Article

From The Financial Word


Interview with Bruce Sanguin

The evolutionary Christian spirituality thinker talks about the evolution of the soul, the limitations of the human experience and his new book…Read Full Article

From Ucobserver


Walking The Beat In Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, Where A New Day Began Together

His is not just a gentle voice; for many people, it’s a very familiar one, too. For 25 years, Francois Clemmons played a role on the beloved children’s program Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Clemmons joined the cast of the show in 1968, becoming the first African-American to have a recurring role on a kids TV series.…Read Full Article

From npr

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Categories: Bruce Sanguin, Christian Life, Daily Life, Ecology and Environmental Issues, Embodiment, environment, Ethics, Gardening, Life style, Nature, People, spirituality

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