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Relationship with Time & death and dying

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Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds

We asked three unique and lovely centenarians what their most valuable life lessons were, and also their regrets. The conversations that followed were remarkable. They talked about the importance of family, people, relationships and love.

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Altered States Conference—Navigating Uncertainty by Jean Houston

There’s no doubt about it. Traditional expectations have dissolved in these volatile times of rapidly shifting realities.

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2012: A New Beginning—Barbara Marx Hubbard

Richard Garner, host of The One Network TV, has an enlightening conversation with Barbara Marx Hubbard on the 2012 phenomena. Don't miss this one. Barbara Marx Hubbard is a powerful yet gentle speaker who puts things into perspective. We hope you enjoy this interview as much as we did.

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FindCenterYou are a little soul carrying about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say.

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Marcus Aurelius on Embracing Mortality and the Key to Living with Presence

“The longest-lived and those who will die soonest lose the same thing. The present is all that they can give up, since that is all you have, and what you do not have, you cannot lose.”

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FindCenterLive as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.

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FindCenterTry to imagine a life without timekeeping. You probably can’t. You know the month, the year, the day of the week. There is a clock on your wall or the dashboard of your car. You have a schedule, a calendar, a time for dinner or a movie. Yet all around you, timekeeping is ignored.

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FindCenter. . . . We lived with a vivid appreciation of how brief and precious life is. We never trivialized the meaning of death by pretending it was anything other than a final parting. Every single moment that we were alive and we were together was miraculous . . . .

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FindCenterA coward dies a thousand times before his death, but the valiant taste of death but once. It seems to me most strange that men should fear, seeing that death, a necessary end, will come when it will come.

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FindCenterWake up! If you knew for certain you had a terminal illness—if you had little time left to live—you would waste precious little of it! Well, I’m telling you . . . you do have a terminal illness: It’s called birth. You don’t have more than a few years left.

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