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Information Overloaded… and Wisdom Deprived!

iPod, Internet, Hi Definition. Bluetooth, blogs, and MySpace too. Blackberry, text messaging, Skype and spam. On a daily basis, we are surrounded by information and stimuli from every corner of our environment. The stress and climate of insecurity that abounds in this age all demand continuous change […]

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When is Pain Good, and When is it a Pain? (Part 1 of 2)

Pain is designed to be compelling. A nerve ending that is dying will send pain signals in a final effort to keep itself alive. Pain stops you in your tracks and captures your attention like nothing else. It warns you that something is wrong, and we quickly […]

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