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Book Review: Buddhism for Busy People by David Michie

Consider this. Between 1979 to 2008, use of the word “mindfulness” in books published in the U.S. increased 807 percent. It’s become a buzzword for modern psychology, business consultants, employee assistance programs and the media. But it’s nothing new; it stems from centuries-old traditions, one of which is Buddhism, known for its deep-rooted meditation methods.

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Book Review: The Autobiography of Satan: Authorized Edition by William A. Glasser

The attention of many, if not most people, who see the title The Autobiography of Satan: Authorized Edition will be drawn to the word Satan. Actually, the key words are authorized autobiography. Autobiography is crucial because countless stories have been written or told about Satan’s life, motives and deeds. And while it would seem that […]

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I’ve got a review of Superman: The Golden Age Newspaper Dailies: 1942-1944 over at Cinema Sentries

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

The Admission (“Was this really my life now? I couldn’t think of a greater failing than not being able to keep yourself alive.”)

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Vietnam is a country, not a […]