Monthly Archives: February 2011

WE WON THE N.Y.LOTTERY! And we’re giving it all away.

Like many Lotto winners, we hesitated to reveal our identities. We were afraid that long-lost “friends” would come out of the woodwork and that we just wouldn’t know whom to trust. In addition, we needed some time to process what … Continue reading

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A Dialogue With Death

In both the Vedic and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, the personification of death is known as Yamaraj, or simply, Yama. Not to be confused with the Grim Reaper, Death is quite a gentleman, actually… His minions? Eh, not so much. Anyway, … Continue reading

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It’s All in the Delivery: What Michael Emerson of LOST Taught Me About Fear

I think I might have a tiny, little obsession with Michael Emerson, who played the delightfully creepy Benjamin Linus on Lost. We’ve been watching the DVDs here at home recently, and I can’t get him out of my mind. I … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Feel Fresh on the ‘Net

Have you ever logged onto the internet feeling energized and optimistic, only to stumble away from the screen much later, feeling kind of bleary and dim, or even a little depressed? Ugh. I certainly have. What is that? Is it … Continue reading

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