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Kevin Bingham
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Filmmaker, techie, rambling post-modern geek, student of life
Filmmaker, techie, rambling post-modern geek, student of life

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TO RESENT CHANGE IS TO wrongly assume that you have a choice in the matter. Mindlessly Shane stood there in line at the cash register. “Take a penny, give a penny”, the dish said. Life was full of change, he knew. And not just in the little dishes and…
Resenting Change
Resenting Change
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MURPHY’S LAW DOESN’T MEAN that something bad will happen. It means that whatever can happen will happen. Murphy woke up that morning, not knowing what to expect for the day. But that was true of everyday for him. Would he have to take a different route to…
Whatever Will Happen
Whatever Will Happen
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IT TAKES BRAVE THINKING TO sail to your own periphery, to see your boundaries, and break them through. ~~ Talismanist Giebra The voyage is long, across the dark and stormy seas. Yes, there have been sunny clear days too. But where I’m going the waters can…
Sailing To The Sea Of Periphery
Sailing To The Sea Of Periphery
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HANG ON TO YOUR YOUTHFUL enthusiasms — you’ll be able to use them better when you’re older. ~~ Seneca Seneca has it right. You can get old, but you don’t necessarily need to grow up. Getting older doesn’t mean having to be dull. I’m a huge proponent of…
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MY GRANDMOTHER LIVED TO 104 years old, and part of her success was she woke up every morning to a brand new day. She said every morning is a new gift. Her favorite hobby was collecting birthdays. ~~ George Takei We all want success in life. And maybe this…
Every Morning Is A New Gift
Every Morning Is A New Gift
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YOU SHOULD NOT TAKE LIFE TOO seriously, you will never get out of it alive. ~~ Elbert Hubbard Oh, so true. Though I often prefer the idea that life is comedy until you die, then it’s a tragedy. We get stuck in the serious of the moment, the day, the time…
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NO BLAME: THE MOST LIBERATING and empowering day of my life was the day I freed myself from my own self-destructive nonsense. Blink 182’s line from “Please Tell Me Why” comes to mind: “It’s no surprise to me I am my own worst enemy”. Ain’t that the truth?…
No Blame
No Blame
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ANOTHER DEFINITION OF A HERO is someone who is concerned about other people’s well-being, and will go out of his or her way to help them — even if there is no chance of a reward. That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and…
A Real Superhero
A Real Superhero
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BUT THAT’S THE CHALLENGE — to change the system more than it changes you. ~~ Michael Pollan All to often you compromise. It’s an instinctual thing. You’re a social animal. You try to fit in. So you acquiesce in those daily systems you encounter. You do it…
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CHAOS IS WHAT WE’VE LOST touch with. This is why it is given a bad name. It is feared by the dominant archetype of our world, which is Ego, which clenches because its existence is defined in terms of control. ~~ Terence McKenna Chaos, challenges, whatever…
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