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Nancy Torres
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"All men who are really great can afford to be really human and to be shown so."
"All men who are really great can afford to be really human and to be shown so."

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Street art in Villabona, Spain,
by Basque street artist Xabier XTRM.
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Saw Arianna Huffington last night at the Voto Latino Power Summit talk about her new book Thrive. Definitely spending the day with this one. #sundayfunday #reading

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The wall flowers became over night sensations...

Image via: http://newphoenix.info/?p=3037
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“Give up defining yourself - to yourself or to others. You won't die. You will come to life. And don't be concerned with how others define you. When they define you, they are limiting themselves, so it's their problem. Whenever you interact with people, don't be there primarily as a function or a role, but as the field of conscious presence.” 

by +Eckhart Tolle ~ #wisdombits  
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AHH digging the official 2014 World Cup song!! Pitbull, J.Lo & Claudia Leitte. Spanish, English & Portuguese. Loving the multiculturalism - I can't wait until June! Ole ole ole ola...

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great resource and infographic :)
Wondering how to get the ball rolling on Google Plus? 

Check out this fun infographic summarizing:

Why you need to be on Google Plus
How Google Plus impacts Search
How to get started on Google Plus
How to use Circles and surf the Google Plus stream
Google Plus in an hour a day

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"9. The greatest challenge each day is to regulate your ego; too little of it, and you waste your potential, but too much of it and you waste everyone else’s potential."

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Our homepage in Argentina marks the 124th birthday of writer and intellectual Victoria Ocampo. Once described by her colleagues as  “La mujer más argentina” ("The quintessential Argentine woman,") she rose to prominence in South America when she created the literary magazine and publishing company “Sur.”
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