Category Archives: Awakin Oakland

Amante ilegal / The illegal Lover

por Francisco (Pancho) Ramos-Stierle [English below] La Luna brilla en mi cuerpoy así también el Sol y los planetas y las estrellas y las galaxias.La luz hermosa de la eternidad está dentro de mípero mis ojos ciegos no pueden verla.Fue … Continue reading

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Violence and Nonviolence

by H.H. Dalai Lama and Victor Chan “What is violence? What is nonviolence?” the Dalai Lama had once asked me in one of our interviews in Dharamsala. “Very difficult to make clear. It is related to motivation. If we have … Continue reading

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Por qué la migración es un derecho humano fundamental/Why Migration is a Fundamental Human Right

por Mohsin Hamid [English below] Gran Bretaña y Estados Unidos no son, de ninguna manera, únicos en negar el derecho humano a la migración. Todas las democracias ricas hacen lo mismo. China y algunos otros países incluso restringen la migración … Continue reading

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The Quest for Peace and Justice

by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Every man lives in two realms, the internal and the external. The internal is that realm of spiritual ends expressed in art, literature, morals, and religion. The external is that complex of devices, techniques, … Continue reading

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Devolverte, tierra / Return to Earth

por Lilianet Brintrup [English below] No le hagamos más ruido Cubrámonos con su polvo Recojámonos temprano Como buenos pájaros terrestres. Busquemos su horizonte más lejano Con ojos serenos. Minas seamos de minerals sólidos. Árboles seamos Para devolverle su sombra arrebatada … Continue reading

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Happiness Is A Journey

by Elizabeth Lesser To be human is to be lost in the woods. None of us arrives here with clear directions on how to get from point A to point B without stumbling into the forest of confusion or catastrophe … Continue reading

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Cultivando un pueblo/Growing a Village

por Brenda Salgado [English Below] Estoy buscando a mi gente. Estoy buscando para cultivar un pueblo. Ante la crisis ecológica que conduce a la extinción masiva.      …. Y…. El potencial de esto es ser nuestra iniciación en un mundo más … Continue reading

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Attachment is Habitual Thinking

by Ven. Master Miao Tsan (May 24, 2019) We all judge our experiences through the filter of habitual think­ing. In other words, we are unconsciously driven by how we think, and how we think determines the feelings and opinions we … Continue reading

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Plantando semillas de amor y de vida/ Planting Seeds of Love and Life

by Nimo Patel [English below] Nuestro mundo está bastante condicionado para celebrar lo que se ha logrado: el fruto de la perseverancia. Pero la verdadera belleza de la vida es plantar semillas y nutrir sus raíces. Aunque no soy un … Continue reading

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This Coach Improved Every Tiny Thing By 1% And Here’s What Happened

by James Clear, syndicated from jamesclear.com, Apr 04, 2014 In 2010, Dave Brailsford faced a tough job. No British cyclist had ever won the Tour de France, but as the new General Manager and Performance Director for Team Sky (Great Britain’s professional … Continue reading

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