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I love Donald Trump, but I don’t like him.

I think he’s racist, greedy, narcissistic, devoid of empathy and compassion, and the unapologetic perpetrator of sexual assault on numerous women. I find him to be a profoundly dangerous and despicable human being. But I do love him.

I love him when I remember his humanity, when I remember he was once an innocent, curious, loving child like all of us. I love him when I imagine how miserable he must be to act with such insecurity and hatred, and when I consider how unloved he must feel to show such lack of love for others. I love him when I remind myself that I am dedicated to love, and that real love has no conditions, not even with Donald Trump. Not with anyone.

Don’t get me wrong. I’ve imagined him choking on a Big Mac, and a KFC drumstick, and a Taco Bell burrito. I’ve envisioned him falling down the stairs of Air Force One, and off the stage at one of his rallies, only to be trampled by adoring fans vying for a selfie. I’ve dreamt of Violet, Judy, and Doralee (from 9 to 5) having their way with him like they did with Mr. Hart, chanting “sexist egotistical lying hypocritical bigot” as they hog-tie him to a roasting spit. I’ve thought of him having a heart attack, and a stroke — not enough to kill him, but only because I’ve wanted him to suffer.
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Whether we realize it or not, we are always telling stories. On a first date or job interview, at a sales presentation or therapy appointment, with family or friends, we are constantly narrating events and interpreting emotions and actions. In his compelling new book, Storyworthy: Engage, Teach, Persuade, and Change Your Life through the Power of Storytelling, storyteller extraordinaire Matthew Dicks presents wonderfully straightforward and engaging tips and techniques for constructing, telling, and polishing stories that will hold the attention of your audience (no matter how big or small). He shows that anyone can learn to be an appealing storyteller, that everyone has something “storyworthy” to express, and, perhaps most important, that the act of creating and telling a tale is a powerful way of understanding and enhancing your own life.
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Together with her fiancé, Dr. John Waddell, Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy, a.k.a. SARK, coauthored Succulent Wild Love about relationship liberation, offering guidance and wisdom from the wonderful and playful life they lived together as a couple. Dr. Waddell died shortly after their book was published, and this week on the New World Now podcast, SARK sits down with host Kim Corbin to share how her practice of deeply grieving while also wildly living — which work together, just like a bird’s wings — has allowed her to feel more love more often while navigating the loss of her fiancé.
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In the twenty-first century, one might wish that pain were an easily treatable nonissue. It is not. Millions of doctor and emergency room visits stem from pain, and addiction to pain medications, which is rampant in the United States, often takes root when someone in pain is attempting to manage unremitting discomfort.

In The Pain Companion: Everyday Wisdom for Living With and Moving Beyond Chronic Pain, author Sarah Anne Shockley, who has personally lived with chronic pain since 2007, offers fellow pain sufferers a compassionate and supportive guide for living with pain that can be used alongside their ongoing medical or therapeutic healing programs. We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the book.
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Why has a tiny old mining town straight out of Gunsmoke or Deadwood — Crestone, Colorado — become home to twenty-five spiritual centers representing nearly all the brand-name faiths of the world? In his new book, Enlightenment Town: Finding Spiritual Awakening in a Most Improbable Place, Jeffery Paine narrates a truly unique adventure. With the keen eye of a storyteller, the insights of a scholar, and the heart of a seeker, he explores Crestone’s wintry, oxygen-thin mountain geography and introduces a cast of spiritual mavericks and unlikely visionaries. Paine finds in Crestone a remarkable dedication to coexistence. Paradoxically, the town’s amazing spiritual diversity highlights fundamental commonalities in a way that will strike and even inspire believers, agnostics, and searchers of every stripe.
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Jan Mundo teaches a mind-body program that helps headache and migraine sufferers relieve and prevent their symptoms naturally — without drugs and their side effects. In her new book, The Headache Healer’s Handbook: A Holistic, Hands-On Somatic Self-Care Program for Headache and Migraine Relief and Prevention, she shares this powerful, comprehensive program in print for the very first time. Her step-by-step instructions help readers discover and prevent the triggers that perpetuate headaches and stop pain on the spot. Her techniques are accessible to both occasional headache sufferers and those who have chronic headaches and migraines and have often felt frustrated by being misdiagnosed. Brimming with inspirational narratives, questionnaires, guidelines, tracking tools, and author-illustrated instructions, The Headache Healer’s Handbook answers the headache sufferer’s plea for help and offers hope for a headache-free future.
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Do you work too much and always end up wanting more time and energy for your family, friends, and personal passions? Whether you work for a company or own your own business, the time management tactics that Helene Segura offers in her book The Inefficiency Assassin are designed to help you operate more efficiently during your workday so that you can have a fulfilling life outside of it. Listen to this inspiring conversation with host Kim Corbin about how to work smarter, not longer.
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New World Now Podcast - Episode 25 - Working Smarter, Not Longer with author Helene Segura/@LivingOrderSA
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Are you living the life you’ve always dreamed of, or have you settled for being less than truly happy? Do you secretly yearn for love, for freedom, for abundance, for peace, or for purpose? Are you ready to take back your power and become the author of your own destiny?

At the darkest moment of his life, Mike Murphy was shown a simple yet powerful method for manifesting his heart’s desires. He used it to change his own life: A broke, desperate, divorced, alcoholic young man became a wealthy businessman, loving husband and father, and passionate philanthropist. Now he shares the precise process that enabled him to make this extraordinary transformation. In his book, he will teach you how to tune in to the vibration at the heart of the Universe — the Creation Frequency — and use it to create lasting fulfillment, prosperity, and happiness.

We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the prologue of The Creation Frequency: Tune In to the Power of the Universe to Manifest the Life of Your Dreams, in which Mike Murphy talks about the mystery man who introduced him to the idea that he could turn his life around and get everything he ever wanted, followed by what happened the second time they met and Mike started setting his intentions in earnest.
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NEW VIDEO - Sarah Anne Shockley on THE PAIN COMPANION and her gentle approach to living with chronic pain.
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