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Map making fulfills one of our most ancient and deep-seated desires: understanding the world around us and our place in it. But maps need not just show continents and oceans: there are maps of moods, of mythological places, of the uncharted realm of our imagination, of waning spaces, new spaces, contested spaces... Read more >

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There’s a world out there and our words describe it, refer to it, talk about it. What we say and how we speak to ourselves and others—might be thought of as a bridge to the world. Because we often think of language as coming in response to the world, we limit the world of language and all that it... Read more >

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We all experience moments of real emotion, excitement, passion, when our feelings toward another kind of “take us over.” In our best, our most vivid moments of living, we observe those powerful feelings and recognize them as love. Later, when we speak of those moments, they’ve already passed. We remember, however... Read more >

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The degree to which who we are today is filtered by our early decisions often goes unrecognized. As life moves on, we hold on to that with which we’ve identified, obscuring full access to ourselves. When we become aware of our default views and begin to see ourselves as authors of those interpretations, we recognize that... Read more >

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What if we were born happy, fulfilled, and satisfied; and there was no need to make it because we had it already made. And then imagine that the notion “…there’s something wrong here” was overridden by being complete and whole and satisfied. If that was the case, what would be possible with a life? Possibility is... Read more >

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