Continuing aDult Education is Fiber, Guys! (c,d,e,f,g)

Heard recently that, though only 2% of the so-called “body” ‘s mass, the brain’s workings are responsible for 25% of our calories burned. Wishing you all, the world over, clean fuel and clear hearts and true facts and sound reason – and not ANY less. “The 37 Best Websites To Learn Something New”~>@kristynazdot on Medium Continue reading Continuing aDult Education is Fiber, Guys! (c,d,e,f,g)

Recognition of racism and slavery’s modern marks on us

I don’t agree with John A. Powell when the author writes that the unconscious mind is the seat of today’s bias- or inequality. However, this is full of MANY good points and ideas that NEED to be executed. It’s crucial we have a scientific basis for our decisions; can be sad, I bet, finally looking at the suffering of your neighbors and country with a … Continue reading Recognition of racism and slavery’s modern marks on us

What? N.O. Part II

Originally posted on Danewze:
Lots of our budget problems are locked in, principal light AND long term. Terrible agreements reached in a more chummy time, obviously. We need our budgets written right, right now. We need NO open-amount government contracts. All of these must be renegotiated to determine the sustainability of the produced good or offered service, and to examine the real tenability of the… Continue reading What? N.O. Part II

Connecting the Dots: From the U.N.’s Work with Small Island Developing States

UPDATE: 11 December 2015 SIDS Sustainable Development Framework released- Small Island implementation plan for SD Goals create a steering committee and annual accountability meeting, among other actions https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?page=view&nr=1009&type=230&menu=2059 Social development in SIDS, Health and NCDs, Youth and Women 2 September, 15:00–18:00 Social development is a driving force for sustainable development and calls for a social capital framework based on community trust, social justice, social inclusion, … Continue reading Connecting the Dots: From the U.N.’s Work with Small Island Developing States

ARRange (Range, Arrange, A Range)

I will likely annotate these (flesh these out, un-(Tu?)pac these ideas, Tavis Smiley might say) on How We Double Down if I meet a real friend today. I am truly at the end of my rope. Beyond that, the idea that it’s a mental hospital or a sleeping bag and concrete (or the shelter with guilty celebs) with the pain i’m in is odious enough … Continue reading ARRange (Range, Arrange, A Range)