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The Turmoil of Change By Mary Ann Augustin
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Vulnerability is not weakness. It takes courage to face our inner critics and it takes even more courage to acknowledge, work through them, reflect on them, and accept them and to release our... More > attachment to them. Only a very few of us have even deeper courage to embrace the journey of transformation. Once embraced there is no going back from the hold of this new world of real authenticity and passion. To witness it is a privilege of very few. They are inspired and forever changed. The coach’s guidance complete. Coaching for transformation like this is contagious. I have been infected, humbled and forever changed too! Thank you Mary Ann for allowing me to be part of this wonderful transformational journey of yours. I feel very blessed and privileged to have shared it with you. — Sharyn Morton, Senior Human Resources Advisor, CSIRO< Less
Mind Salad By Doug Motel
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The text of one-man play originally written and performed by Doug Motel (www.DougMotel.com). Mind Salad is the story of Mick Calendar a struggling playwright and screenwriter from south London. ... More > Struck with a bad case of "very loud mind" he decides to move to Hollywood (!) to quiet his chattering Ego ( a cross between Jeeves the Butler and Satan)! "Here in America there is a slogan that says "a mind is a terrible thing to waste", my slogan is "a mind is a terrible thing to HAVE"! Laments Mick. Follow Mick as he relives the hilarious and horrifying journey of worldly attachment with the Inner Critic as tour guide. L.A. Weekly Award Nominee - Best Solo Performance< Less
Breaking Down Breaking Bad: Unpeeling the Layers of Television's Greatest Drama By Eric San Juan
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Few television shows have won critical acclaim on the level of Breaking Bad, perhaps because few series are as worth deep examination as Breaking Bad. Something about Walter White’s struggle... More > with his inner demons resonated with us. The idea that his foray into meth production was not merely a dalliance with darkness, but was actually a full-blown awakening intrigued us. And most of all, the idea that we came to have no respect for the protagonist of our favorite show utterly fascinated us. Breaking Down Breaking Bad attempts to poke into the dark corners of Walter White’s mind, explore the traits that make this show special, and revels in the joy of what is arguably the best drama ever to appear on television. Because the show may be gone, but the conversation about it certainly isn’t.< Less
Mind Salad By Doug Motel
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The text of one-man play originally written and performed by Doug Motel (www.DougMotel.com). Mind Salad is the story of Mick Calendar a struggling playwright and screenwriter from south London. ... More > Struck with a bad case of "very loud mind" he decides to move to Hollywood (!) to quiet his chattering Ego ( a cross between Jeeves the Butler and Satan)! "Here in America there is a slogan that says "a mind is a terrible thing to waste", my slogan is "a mind is a terrible thing to HAVE"! Laments Mick. Follow Mick as he relives the hilarious and horrifying journey of worldly attachment with the Inner Critic as tour guide. L.A. Weekly Award Nominee - Best Solo Performance < Less
A Diplomat In Japan By Ernest Mason Satow
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A Diplomat In Japan, subtitled The inner history of the critical years in the evolution of Japan when the ports were opened and the monarchy restored, recorded by a diplomatist who took an active... More > part in the events of the time, with an account of his personal experiences during that period. The first portion of this book was written at intervals between 1885 and 1887, during my tenure of the post of Her Majesty's minister at Bangkok. I had but recently left Japan after a residence extending, with two seasons of home leave, from September 1862 to the last days of December 1882, and my recollection of what had occurred during any part of those twenty years was still quite fresh. A diary kept almost uninterruptedly from the day I quitted home in November 1861 constituted the foundation, while my memory enabled me to supply additional details. (Excerpt from the book's preface)< Less
Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less
Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less
Literature Companion: Fifth Business By History World
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“Fifth Business” by Professor Robertson Davies was first published in 1970. Known to be the author’s best novel, it is also called his finest novel. The book is the first part of... More > the Deptford Trilogy. The story revolves around the life of Dunstan Ramsay, the narrator and protagonist of the novel. The story explores the protagonist’s interest in the ‘inner life’ and the tapestry of the human psyche. Literature Companion: Fifth Business Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Part Six Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary, All Chapters Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Part Six Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
T.I.A. This Is Africa By Desley Allen
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In 1986, Peggy and Dave Walker and their two children, newly recruited aid-workers for a relief and development organisation based in Southern Sudan, arrive from Australia to work at SudanAID's... More > headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. The organisation is struggling to survive as the Sudanese civil war accelerates and the rebels gain more territory forcing vital projects to be abandoned. The Sudanese government threatens to expel SudanAID from the country accusing them of collaborating with the rebel army. Against this backdrop, Peggy relates the heartwarming, the horrific and the humorous stories of the every day dramas in the lives of her family and co-workers, both expatriate and national. As her understanding of living in the African culture grows, Peggy learns the values of tolerance and acceptance and finds the inner strength to deal with two critical events that subsequently bring SudanAID to its knees.< Less
Somewhere Beneath It All, A Small Fire Burns Still By DAVE FLOREZ
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Kevin loves Daina. Phil loves Daina. Phil never said goodbye to either of them. Phil Nichol performs the world premiere of Dave Florez's darkly comic, twisted monologue about seeking forgiveness in... More > an unrelenting world. Produced by Comedians Theatre Company. Join Kevin at his local cafe and take a surreal journey into his inner world from childhood trauma to his obsession with beautiful waitress, Daina. Kevin's worldview collides with reality as he tries to explain sex, love and longing but gets lost along the way. Scotsman Firnge First Award 2011 for Writing Innovation & Excellence. Critic's Choice Scotland On Sunday. The List Theatre Pick 2011. ***** WhatsOnStage ***** Across The Arts **** Scotsman **** Metro **** Fest **** One4Review< Less