Krone.at: “…Through transcendental meditation, Hopkins has, according to his own statement, developed into a quieter person. “When you are in the moment and you are in the present, you’ll be happiest. Clinging to your smartphone all the time, watching Facebook and Instagram stories, and checking the e-mails, is actually rubbish – even though I always have done that myself, of course. So I taught myself how to put the cell phone away, how to concentrate mentally on something particular or simply to read a book, to escape this continuous loop of alarmism.”
In his work, the 39-year-old also recognizes great differences from before. Thus a certain form of compositional obsession is no longer so important to him. Patience, calmness and correctly channeled emotions have instead taken over.” …
Read more (in German) at https://www.krone.at/1892415
BY LT GEN (RET) CLARENCE MCKNIGHT, MAJ GEN (RET) KULWANT SINGH, UYSM, PHD, AND DR DAVID LEFFLER in THE LAHORE TIMES:
School inspectors visited EDAPO Primary School today.
They want EDAPO to close the boarding section of the school until the security wall is finished.
Closing the boarding section of the school would mean 322 AIDS orphan children would have to leave.
Where do they go? This is their home.
The security wall must go around the entire school campus.
It is one of the measures the Ministry of Education now requires to combat the threat of kidnapping children, which is currently rampant in Uganda.
EDAPO humbly requests your help to finish the security wall right away.
$5,200 is still needed (last 25% of the total cost)
Whatever amount you can give now will help.
Click to donate today:
One of the sections of the security wall needing to be finished.
The David Lynch Foundation is pleased to honor two extraordinary women,
Amalia Dayan and Deborra-lee Furness, with their 2019 Woman of Vision Awards.
Please join us on Wednesday, May 8th, as we recognize Amalia Dayan and
Deborra-lee Furness, with our 2019 Woman of Vision Awards. We look forward to seeing you there!
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