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Georgina Lester
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Such a good creperie in Ubud - the best! 

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Fabulous article about #kindness! Thank you +David Amerland

Is being good the result of nature or nurture? This is a thought that has troubled me all my life even as I spent probably more hours than it would be considered healthy replaying my actions and words in my mind, weighing whether it was the right thing to say or do.

Fifteen years ago I would have loved a definitive answer to good behavior that would have convinced me that those who were good came from what my grandmother would have approvingly called “good families with good homes” and those who did questionable things really knew no better.

Today we know the picture is (as you might expect) more complex: And being kind is something that makes us feel good: From a certain perspective it does actually appear that we are hardwired to be kind: which then raises the question of what happens when we are not? ( What goes so wrong within us that makes us willing to live with pain and cause pain in others?

What I believe is at work when either kindness or its opposite manifest itself is a willingness to reach out and change the world, working it into the image of the place we’d love to inhabit: Those who choose to be kind: experience the world differently but more than that, their acts, affect those around them, priming them to also experience the world in a different, more positive way:

Those of us who spend time online and interact with other people have probably experienced countless instances of kindness that have varied from simple words of support to more concrete acts of direct help ( Those moments do change how we feel and they can even have a deeper, more lasting impact in our life:

Star Trek fans have for so long known the deep, optimistic message of hope that lies at the core of the series that there is even a study that seems to back this up: and one man’s experiment yielded some very surprising and deeply encouraging results.

Those who will bring up the objection of it all being ok in airy-fairy land but the real world with its hardnosed business deals does not operate that way should perhaps read this real-life story from the world of business, before deciding: And for anyone who says “well, being kind is a mood thing” – there is some solid advice to follow:

These days I don’t agonize much (not at all, truth be told) over whether we are born to be kind or are we made this way, because I know that those who are unkind are either hurting badly on the inside (and their pain makes them lash out), are misguided (and at some point they will find their way) or are clinically incapable of being kind (and I truly feel sorry for them). The world, it turns out, is a much better place when what we experience is positive instead of being negative:

Kindness can be taught: it can be practiced by anyone: and everyone: and, as have seen already, it is also good for business: Its presence is transformative: And it is intimately humanizing: It breaks down barriers of artificial distinctions such as class and status and it dissolves divides such as age and culture ( and it helps transform a world where billions of entities constantly compete for finite resources in order to survive, into a magical place where people connect with people in the best way possible.

That’s the world we truly want to aspire to a place where in a sense, we are each other’s keepers or as Bill S. Preston, Esquire and Ted "Theodore" Logan would say a place where we can: “Be excellent to each other … and [can] Party on Dudes!” (

I hope you have been kind to yourself and did not leave donuts, cookies, croissants and chocolate cake off your shopping list, along with, of course those precious black coffee beans necessary for the perfect river of coffee without which this day just could not happen. Have an awesome Sunday, wherever you are.


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What is your preferred keyword search research tool? They've changed a lot in recent years and sadly many of my preferred tools have died a death.

#keywords   #seo   #seoresearch  

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Rebecca Knight of the Opera Babes will be joining +Mark Llewelyn Evans on Saturday 23rd July 2016 for ONE Night only at London's +Pizza Express 's The Pheasantry on King's Road for an evening of musical deliciousness - Opera, musicals, movies, ballads and Celtic love songs.

Tickets available here >>

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We're about to write out our next newsletter - if you want to receive a copy and hear about what we are doing in the world of luxury, arts and fashion then please do subscribe. +Charles and Patricia Lester are always up to something interesting. #fashion   #couture   #luxurycouture   #luxury   #art   #luxuryart  

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This brings back memories .... meeting Tilda Swinton all those years ago. 
Tilda Swinton wears a Charles and Patricia Lester gown in Caravaggio 1986

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Hello G+ world.

How's life here in Googleland? I know I haven't been around for a while, and I am sorry that I haven't kept you up to date - lots of changes .... but it doesn't mean that I have forgotten about you. Many people pop up in my mind regularly.

More updates soon about the projects I've been working on. This is just one of many but very much a main focus at the moment.

Would love to hear how things have been for you.

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"When I am grateful, I find my grace."

#grace   #purpose   #lifepurpose   #soulpurpose   #lettinggo   #lettingyou  

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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s annual visit to Wales is in full swing. This year's visit celebrates Welsh enterprise and community and Their Royal Highnesses are visiting a variety of towns, villages and businesses throughout the week.

Stay up to date with ‪#‎WalesWeek‬ on our rolling social media blog:
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