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The fabulous five Fulani Fellows graduated today at the All Stars Project, Inc. This third cohort of the innovative fellowship program for grassroots activists — created by All Stars Project and underwritten by a grant from the Institute and Performance of a Lifetime — head back to the communities having grown a head-taller after 4 months of study with Dr. electricity cost per month Fulani, @carrielobman, @dianestiles, @loisholzman and others. Story follows below.

The fabulous five Fulani Fellows graduated today at the All Stars Project, Inc. This third cohort of the innovative fellowship program for grassroots activists — created by All Stars Project and underwritten by a grant from the Institute and Performance of a Lifetime — head back to the communities having grown a head-taller after 4 months of study with Dr. Fulani, @carrielobman, @dianestiles, @loisholzman and others. Story follows below.

The fabulous five Fulani Fellows graduated today at the All Stars Project, Inc. emoji gas station This third cohort of the innovative fellowship program for grassroots activists — created by All Stars Project and underwritten by a grant from the Institute and Performance of a Lifetime — head back to the communities having grown a head-taller after 4 months of study with Dr. Fulani, @carrielobman, @dianestiles, @loisholzman and others. Story follows below.

Dr. Lois Holzman’s "The Overweight Brain" is a must read for all in search of a creative and cultural approach to emotional pain. As a life performance coach and community organizer, I recommend Chapter 8, "We Can’t Know, but We Can Grow." You’ll be thrilled with how much more you’ll be able to offer your clients, family and friends as we all navigate the challenges of living and loving in chaotic and uncertain times. — Joyce Dattner

"It’s a new day for the human brain. Every hour, it seems, cognitive and neuroscientists are making new discoveries about the 3-pound human organ that makes nearly everything about our lives possible. electricity and circuits class 6 ppt And in these very same hours, infants are being born into a world in which the Internet and smart phones have transformed the kind of ‘brainwork’ our daily lives require. Facts are now at our fingertips, literally. gas engine tom We’re free." ….Free to set aside knowing about the world and create/perform a better world.

"We look for the essences and causes…for interpretations and explanations of our thoughts and words…We find ourselves stuck in traps and narrow spaces. It torments and bewilders us. It gives us ‘mental cramps,’ and makes us sick….The cure, says Wittgenstein, is to not assume but to look….To embrace what we cannot know, but that we can create." #TheOverweightBrain

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"We look for the essences and causes…for interpretations and explanations of our thoughts and words…We find ourselves stuck in traps and narrow spaces. It torments and bewilders us. It gives us ‘mental cramps,’ and makes us sick….The cure, says Wittgenstein, is to not assume but to look….To embrace what we cannot know, but that we can create." #TheOverweightBrain

"We look for the essences and causes…for interpretations and explanations of our thoughts and words…We find ourselves stuck in traps and narrow spaces. It torments and bewilders us. It gives us ‘mental cramps,’ and makes us sick….The cure, says Wittgenstein, is to not assume but to look….To embrace what we cannot know, but that we can create." #TheOverweightBrain

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"It’s a new day for the human brain. Every hour, it seems, cognitive and neuroscientists are making new discoveries about the 3-pound human organ that makes nearly everything about our lives possible. And in these very same hours, infants are being born into a world in which the Internet and smart phones have transformed the kind of ‘brainwork’ our daily lives require. Facts are now at our fingertips, literally. gas up the jet We’re free." ….Free to set aside knowing about the world and create/perform a better world.

"It’s a new day for the human brain. Every hour, it seems, cognitive and neuroscientists are making new discoveries about the 3-pound human organ that makes nearly everything about our lives possible. And in these very same hours, infants are being born into a world in which the Internet and smart phones have transformed the kind of ‘brainwork’ our daily lives require. Facts are now at our fingertips, literally. We’re free." ….Free to set aside knowing about the world and create/perform a better world.

"Words that come to mind about Lois Holzman’s "The Overweight Brain" are vexing, unsettling, counter-intuitive, joyous and fun. Even as I was challenged by it, it was a welcome challenge, one that made sense from my lived experience…My experience using chapter 6 (which grapples with psychology and its claim to be a science) was a great resource for the college freshman inquiry class that I teach. We’ve embarked on an inquiry into the disease and deficit model of psychology…It also also stimulated questions about whether economics and political science are sciences. electricity powerpoint template If human sciences are going to model themselves after physical sciences, why not attempt to utilize the less determinate sciences such as complexity, chaos theory and quantum physics – sciences which raise more questions than provide answers and which see relationship more than they do particulars." — Gwen Lowenheim https://amzn.to/2MXjen9

Dr. Lois Holzman’s "The Overweight Brain" is a must read for all in search of a creative and cultural approach to emotional pain. As a life performance coach and community organizer, I recommend Chapter 8, "We Can’t Know, but We Can Grow." You’ll be thrilled with how much more you’ll be able to offer your clients, family and friends as we all navigate the challenges of living and loving in chaotic and uncertain times. — Joyce Dattner