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The best place by the fire was kept for…the storyteller.

  I just got done reading Frank Roses The Art of Immersion: How the Digital Generation Is Remaking Hollywood, Madison Avenue, and the Way We Tell Stories [2]1, It’s a book on a subject I laughingly thought at one point I was going to be able to cram into a 6 – 7 paragraph article
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Re-thinking Creativity

Elizabeth Gilberts TED talk in Longbeach CA is at the top of my list for not only unexpected favorite speakers, but also of all time. She urges society to TRULY encourage and nurture creativity of all types and to empathize with the meaning of the time in-between moments of genius and what the so called
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The Gift only a Mother can give. Higher IQ?

New research in the European Journal of Pediatrics has found that breast feeding children increases IQ. In the study, conducted by Wieslay Jedrychowski and colleges, 468 babies born to non-smoking mothers were tested five times at regular intervals through preschool age. The study found that children breast fed scored significantly higher than their bottle fed
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Can the Brain be the Limitation of Social Connections?

According to an article written on The Physics arXiv Blog entitled “Human Brain Limits Twitter Friends to 150 [3]” , your brain restricts you to on average 150 friends. The article explains this prediction made by British anthropologist Robin Dunbar in the early 90’s after monitoring social interactions amongst primates. He theorized that the volume
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Perfecting the Art of Disassociation

Every time you look at someone, every time you walk past the bakery and take in the smell of fresh baked bread, every time you hear a car alarm go off, every time you shake a hand your brain is firing signals back and forth billions of times a day from our various senses. And
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