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"Changing Time" by Ramona Zordini, who explores the theme of change, thought of as physical and psychological alteration, linked to personal instincts, lifestyle, emotion, and paths taken in course of life in a sort of indelibly imprinted writing on and in own body, portrayed in the liquid that is more congenial to evolution.


Science, Religion, and Health (The Interface of Psychology and Theology/Spirituality BY J. Harold Ellens; PREFACE BY F. Morgan Roberts; AFTERWORD BY H. Newton Malony; Imprint: Cascade Books). Psychology and theology interface at four levels: theory development, research process, data collection, and clinical operation. At each level they connect in the model of humanness (anthropology) forming and functioning there; and in that model of humanness it is in personality theory that…

The Fiction of Our Lives (Creating Our Stories Over a Lifetime; BY Sandra M. Levy-Achtemeier; Imprint: Cascade Books). We are the author of our own lives. We create, re-create, and co-create our stories over the lifetime we have been given in order to make something of ourselves in the process. Blending new findings from brain science and psychology with spiritual and theological insights, Sandra Levy-Achtemeier has written a readable work translating complex scientific and spiritual...

When it comes to branding, the main backbone of a strong and easily recognizable identity is expressing the right colors through a ingenious graphic design. Without it, the majority of popular brands would not exist in the form as we know them today. So, what do colors say about your brand? Marketo recently conducted a research that they presented in a form of an infographic, showing why brand colors are important.


So true for children who were abused, neglected or traumatized when very young. The body can remember what the mind cannot give words to say.

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If true, a change of, / a new understanding of a memory/imprint (left brain logic) could theoretically change millions of cells connected to eachother, overlapping through different times...In the end it could mean a fundamental, ultimate change of perception / reality actually...This is definately balancing on the edge of the typeface "papyrus" ...still its deeply interesting and feelable. It is believable


The tree brings back all that has been lost through Christ's extreme spiritualization, namely the elements of nature. Through its branch...