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PERFORMANCE: Andrea Crews founder Maroussia Rebecq is taking the concept of backstage access to new heights. The Paris-based designer, who launched her label in 2002 as an art project geared around upcycling vintage garments, plans to stage the preparations for her fall 2018 co-ed show as a performance, titled “How to Make a Great Fashion Show.”
From today through Jan. 17, Rebecq, along with the members of her collective, will hold castings and fittings, shoot the brand’s look book and hold the final hair and makeup tests in the Le Cœur gallery in Paris’ Marais district. The actual show will be held on Jan. 20 during Paris Men’s Collections, with the location yet to be confirmed.
“This period, from now through to the show, is a very intense period where we’re building the story of our collection. This year we wanted to make an event out of it,” said Rebecq. “It will also allow for some distance from what I do. Preparing for a show can be both a highly stressful and beautiful experience, and for me gathering everyone together in a performance will make it more of a joyful, playful event.”
The designer, who is 40 but sees herself “very much as a Millennial,”

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Prince Harry Says Young People Spend Too Much Time on Phones: Let’s ‘Process Our Thoughts’ Instead

Prince Harry says the mental health campaign that he started alongside Prince William and Princess Kate is beginning to “shift the dial” — and on Thursday, he also highlighted a current concern of modern life.

“I cannot tell you how pleased William, Catherine and I are that the dial seems to have shifted and that there is now greater understanding, compassion and kindness for anyone who opens up about their struggles,” he said in a speech at a mental health event in Leeds in northern England. “But let’s not kid ourselves that the job is done — there is much, much more that we can do at every level to make conversations about mental health as common place as those about physical health.”

Harry, William and Kate set up Heads Together to promote mental-health awareness and support in April 2016. On Thursday, Harry noted the extreme amount of time people spend on their phones.

“I read recently that young people check their phones at least 150 times per day – I’m sure we could all be more effective and efficient if we took a moment to process our thoughts rather than rushing from one thing to the next,” he said.

Also on Thursday the prince, 32, followed a stadium to watch kids play rugby league in a bid to help encourage more than 700,000 children from primary and secondary schools playing the game.

They are taking part in a festival of seven-a-side touch rugby league games, coached by current England players and local coaches from the Leeds Rhinos Foundation. It is Harry’s first engagement in his new role as Royal Patron of the Rugby Football League.

Harry’s two-day tour of Leeds will continue on Friday, when he is scheduled to visit a children’s hospital as well as the home of a seriously ill 5-year-old boy who is being supported by WellChild, another of Harry’s key charities.


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It’s not every day you can lead a chant of your own name. 

In fact, don’t do that. That should never happen. The one exception is if your name is Ryan and you’re breaking the Plinko record. 

On Thursday’s episode of “The Price is Right,” contestant Ryan Belz got the chance to play Plinko, and the guy made the most of it. The contestant’s chips landed in the $ 10,000 slot three times, and he ended up with a total of $ 31,500.

For those who don’t know “Price is Right” history off the top of your head, host Drew Carey said that’s a new Plinko record.

And Belz lost his mind the whole time.

If you weren’t aware, Belz is somewhat of a “Price is Right” fan. You know, somewhat …

In a video on TMZ, the contestant said he’s such a fanatic of the show that he scheduled his classes at Penn State around “Price is Right” so he could watch. Belz even has an impression of the “Price is Right” announcer George Gray.

He said he’s not allowed to appear on the show for another 10 years now, but added, “10 years, mark my word, you know where I’ll be.”

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5 Ways to Show Your Appreciation to Your Partner (and Save Your Relationship in the Process)

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Appreciating your partner on a daily basis is a great way to protect your long-term relationship from any number of bummers: cooling off, infidelity, breakups, etc. There are no guarantees, of course: that’s just not the way life and love work. But doing your best to be good to the one you love — and to make them feel good, at least once a day — is a pretty good way to bolster long-term fidelity (however you define “fidelity” in your own personal relationship). Because, let’s face it, fidelity could use a little help these days.

Here are five ways to demonstrate your appreciation to your partner — in other words, this is how to remind your partner that you still notice them. Trust us, noticing goes a long way in a relationship.

1) Notice the Little Things
In the division of household labor, perhaps you always load and unload the dishwasher and your partner always does the laundry. Perhaps you mow the lawn and your partner cleans the bathrooms. But just because you have established a fair breakdown of chores that demonstrates the admirable equality in your relationship, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be grateful. So say thank you for these things. You can say, “Thank you for folding my clothes better than a Gap salesperson,” or you can say, “Thank you for always doing more than your share around the house,” or you can say, “Wow! The lawn looks amazing!” You get the idea. Those chores can become, well, a chore over the years, and everyone assumes that their partner doesn’t notice the jobs they do that are solely their responsibility. Make a point to notice this stuff.

2) Notice the Big Things
Sure, you can say, “Thank you for driving the kids to the bus today,” or “Wow, you must be tired after working all those extra hours this week.” But it’s also nice to go bigger picture sometimes, too. Think: “When I fell in love with you, I believed you’d make an amazing mom/dad. But I didn’t know quite how much you’d rock this role.” Or, “I know you’d rather be writing a screenplay/trying out for a reality TV show/doing CrossFit full-time, but I really appreciate you working for a sucky boss so we can, you know, eat and stuff.” Or, “You have no idea how it improves my mood each morning when you make that awesome pour-over coffee.” Or, “I don’t know how you attend so many kids’ birthday parties, you must be some kind of saint.”

3) Support Your Partner’s Passions
Speaking of that screenplay or that reality TV show or that CrossFit obsession: make time in your relationship to support your partner’s true passions. Many of us — most of us? — aren’t lucky enough to get paid to do what we really love, so do this for each other, instead.  Tell your partner, “Why don’t [fill in the blank: I take the kids/we skip church/you bag your house chores] on Sunday morning, so you can work on your novel/paint/scrapbook/paddle-board/ballroom-dance.” Giving your partner time to pursue these beloved hobbies shows that you still care about their happiness and satisfaction, and that you respect their talents and passions.

4) Compliment Your Partner
It’s simple, basic and old-school, but that doesn’t mean that anyone tires of being complimented on their looks, especially when they’re in a long-term relationship and are not getting that regular flirtatious feedback via the pickup scene. Try, “You look so beautiful this morning.” Or, “You’re hotter than when I met you.” Or, “I love the way your ass looks in those jeans.” And yes, this is a gender-neutral recommendation — men need to hear this stuff just as much as the ladies.

5) Date Your Partner
Life is hard, and life keeps you busy, especially when you’re married with kids. But life was hard and busy in its own way back when you were dating, and you still found time to do stuff and plan stuff then. Make a dinner reservation somewhere. Bring, yes, flowers. (It’s not a cliche if you never do it, right?) Dress up a bit when you go out together (that includes the dudes, too). Come up with new ideas/positions/toys to try out in bed. Send sexy texts. Send romantic texts. Read out loud to each other in bed (not necessarily erotica, though that’s cool, too). Discuss culture, politics and your hopes and dreams as well as day-to-day logistics. Make a five-year plan together, and a ten-year plan and a twenty-year plan. And make sure that these plans include big dreams and life goals as well as the practical stuff like saving for kids’ college educations. Most of all, though: ask your partner questions, and really listen to their answers. It’s called conversation. Remember it?

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NASA experts use what is called “the chain of events” to understand the root causes of failures. In this chain, a cause creates an effect that becomes the cause of a new effect and so on until the failure occurs. If multiple events can connect and lead to a failure, the opposite is true as well. There is a series of mental events that lead to massive success. Each event is the cause for another event. How can you apply this thinking to create authentic success, meaning and fulfillment in your life? Here’s the countdown:

Step 6
The final outcome that we want in our lives is to have great results. Nobody works for several years with the hope that maybe one day, if everything falls perfectly into place and if he’s lucky enough he will fail. We all want results and success as the final effect. What is the cause of this effect?

Step 5
Success is ensured through steady growth, exponential thinking, smart work, commitment and continuous learning. Overnight success usually requires many years of work. Nothing worthwhile is created quickly. What allows you to invest a lot of time and effort, to learn, to research and work hard until your dream becomes real?

Step 4
The mental forces that allow you to continue learning, working and growing are inspiration, drive and motivation. Educational systems are constantly looking for new ways to motivate their students to learn various disciplines; organizations are investing millions of dollars in motivational programs for their employees. These approaches create only a momentary spike of motivation that rapidly goes away with the stimulus. Neither are sustainable because they lack the rock solid inner personal foundation.

Step 3
The only way to trigger sustainable motivation, drive and inspiration is to live your life with a sense of purpose. When you make the decision to trust your heart, to live your values and to honor your passion, you will find purpose. If you don’t live your values, if you ignore your passion and if you don’t honor the intelligence of your heart, you will be empty and most likely experience a lot of emotional pain. You cannot create an inner conflict between the mind and the heart, you cannot lie to yourself about who you are, about your dreams and expect to live a fulfilled life.

Step 2
The most straightforward and probably the only authentic way to find a sense of purpose is to put your life in the honest perspective. Honesty is critical.

Step 1
You put your life in the honest (and correct) perspective by living the truth and by fully embracing reality. What is the most uncomfortable reality we all need to face in our lives?

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“I will show you fear in a handful of dust”
– T.S. Eliot

Our time here on Earth is limited. The desert fathers in the remote monasteries of Egypt, the Greek orthodox monks on Mount Athos or the ancient shamans in Central America understood that death is the wisest and most reliable guide we have in life.

Without sadness or worry, you must fully embrace the fact that you don’t have time to doubt yourself, to live in self-pity, to postpone your dreams, to delay your life. You simply don’t have time for a meaningless, empty existence. Without the awareness of our limited time on Earth, everything around us is trivial and ordinary.

“All you have to do is write one true sentence.
Write the truest sentence that you know”
– Ernest Hemingway, Nobel Prize Laureate

Honesty without judgment is the secret door to peace and fulfillment, so think and feel the answer to these questions:

1. If your life ended in this moment, would you be fulfilled with how you have lived and what you have accomplished so far?

2. Would you be able to honestly say you have lived an authentic life?

3. What regrets do you have in life?

4. How can you live from now on without continuing to accumulate more and more regrets?

Leave a comment and tell me. We’re in this together.

For hundreds of years humanity has tried to answer the question – “is there life after death?” For the first time in your life you now must honestly answer the question:
Do you really have a life before death?

Your friend,
Dr. Dragos

PS: Go do something extraordinary. Because it’s never the extraordinary people who do the extraordinary. It’s the ordinary people like you and me, who get up off their knees and decide to take the journey. Because they complete the journey, ordinary people become extraordinary.

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Step 6
The final outcome that we want in our lives is to have great results. Nobody works for several years with the hope that maybe one day, if everything falls perfectly into place and if he’s lucky enough he will fail. We all want results and success as the final effect. What is the cause of this effect?

Step 5
Success is ensured through steady growth, exponential thinking, smart work, commitment and continuous learning. Overnight success usually requires many years of work. Nothing worthwhile is created quickly. What allows you to invest a lot of time and effort, to learn, to research and work hard until your dream becomes real?

Step 4
The mental forces that allow you to continue learning, working and growing are inspiration, drive and motivation. Educational systems are constantly looking for new ways to motivate their students to learn various disciplines; organizations are investing millions of dollars in motivational programs for their employees. These approaches create only a momentary spike of motivation that rapidly goes away with the stimulus. Neither are sustainable because they lack the rock solid inner personal foundation.

Step 3
The only way to trigger sustainable motivation, drive and inspiration is to live your life with a sense of purpose. When you make the decision to trust your heart, to live your values and to honor your passion, you will find purpose. If you don’t live your values, if you ignore your passion and if you don’t honor the intelligence of your heart, you will be empty and most likely experience a lot of emotional pain. You cannot create an inner conflict between the mind and the heart, you cannot lie to yourself about who you are, about your dreams and expect to live a fulfilled life.

Step 2
The most straightforward and probably the only authentic way to find a sense of purpose is to put your life in the honest perspective. Honesty is critical.

Step 1
You put your life in the honest (and correct) perspective by living the truth and by fully embracing reality. What is the most uncomfortable reality we all need to face in our lives?

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“I will show you fear in a handful of dust”
– T.S. Eliot

Our time here on Earth is limited. The desert fathers in the remote monasteries of Egypt, the Greek orthodox monks on Mount Athos or the ancient shamans in Central America understood that death is the wisest and most reliable guide we have in life.

Without sadness or worry, you must fully embrace the fact that you don’t have time to doubt yourself, to live in self-pity, to postpone your dreams, to delay your life. You simply don’t have time for a meaningless, empty existence. Without the awareness of our limited time on Earth, everything around us is trivial and ordinary.

“All you have to do is write one true sentence.
Write the truest sentence that you know”
– Ernest Hemingway, Nobel Prize Laureate

Honesty without judgment is the secret door to peace and fulfillment, so think and feel the answer to these questions:

1. If your life ended in this moment, would you be fulfilled with how you have lived and what you have accomplished so far?

2. Would you be able to honestly say you have lived an authentic life?

3. What regrets do you have in life?

4. How can you live from now on without continuing to accumulate more and more regrets?

Leave a comment and tell me. We’re in this together.

For hundreds of years humanity has tried to answer the question – “is there life after death?” For the first time in your life you now must honestly answer the question:
Do you really have a life before death?

Your friend,
Dr. Dragos

PS: Go do something extraordinary. Because it’s never the extraordinary people who do the extraordinary. It’s the ordinary people like you and me, who get up off their knees and decide to take the journey. Because they complete the journey, ordinary people become extraordinary.

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Maximum Recovery – Insurance Claims Demystified: A 40 Year Veteran of the Industry Clarifies the Process

Maximum Recovery – Insurance Claims Demystified: A 40 Year Veteran of the Industry Clarifies the Process


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The Process of Forming a Paradigm

Who we are, what we do and whatever we become is within our control.

Some people simply do not know this. They believe that we are controlled by outside events. The truth is that we control the events around us through our thoughts, actions and choices.

Why do we believe so strongly that outside events or circumstances control our lives? Probably because of something called a “paradigm.” A paradigm is defined as a pattern, example or archetype.

This kind of paradigm creates the results of our actions, including how much money we make, how healthy we are, how happy we are and who we love. Our paradigm is another word for our reality, and everyone’s paradigm is slightly different from those around us.

When we have failed to reach a goal time after time, or if we have only achieved part of what we want, it may be because we do not truly believe, in our heart, that we have the ability to create a life we love living.

If we could figure out what is happening with our paradigm, we could probably change everything we want about our lives, effortlessly.

How to Shift a Paradigm

It is important to remember that those around us who have negative or poorly structured paradigms may not be the ones responsible for creating their realities. A person’s paradigm is not entirely their fault.

Paradigms are formed from many years of experience and by what people are taught by teachers, parents, friends and the world at large. These lessons are so ingrained that it can be challenging for a person to realize that they are in the middle of a negative paradigm until it is pointed out to them.

To these people, failure seems like the norm. Some people even get comfortable with failure because it is what they have come to expect after years of negative reinforcement.

If their message has always been, “Without an education, the only jobs available are minimum wage,” or, “You can only make money if you work really hard,” then it stands to reason that a person would live their life believing that they have to work hard, putting up with unappealing environments or people so that they can make money.

But what if it that weren’t true?

What if we could create a new reality?

We can begin today to change our paradigm and, with it, the entire world. Do you want to make more money? It is not just a matter of working harder.

It is also a matter of setting our expectations, or our paradigm, to reflect the reality of earning more. Seek out others who may have no education but have great jobs and find out how they did it.

Align with their paradigm.

Do you want true love?

Open your paradigm to the possibility that true love exists and see how you attract more love in your life. Otherwise, the reality we experience will continue to reflect our current paradigm; that there is no one worthy of our love, even if we don’t realize that this is what we are doing.

Have you ever heard a little voice in your head whispering, “I am not a person who finds financial success, happiness or true love, so why bother trying? I will screw up this opportunity or relationship like I always do and will once again be broke, unhappy and alone. This is the mold I was meant to occupy.” Once we accept this voice as “truth,” it is inevitable that our relationships will fail, our income will stay the same or we will simply not reach our goals.

There’s a saying, “If you aren’t getting what you want, change what you want.”

That seems simple and impossible all at once… If you want a relationship, it doesn’t mean stop wanting a relationship, but rather shift your perspective of who is worthy of a relationship with you.

If you’ve only dated accountants, try dating a teacher. What you want is a relationship. The paradigm can only shift if you allow room for a different reality.

Each step you take towards the shift changes the final outcome.

We can alter our paradigms to reflect true happiness by shifting our belief about our
circumstances. It can be as simple as that. What paradigm are you willing to shift today?

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Why Daydreams Are the Best Creative Tool for Your Reinvention Process

Were you that kid who was constantly getting called out for daydreaming?

“Pay attention.”
“Stop daydreaming.”
“Is anybody in there?”

Me too.

But the funny thing is I never stopped.

Some people feel daydreaming is all about wasting time, zoning out, or simply not wanting to be present for whatever is happening in the now. But that’s not necessarily the case.

Research shows that more than one third of our waking hours is spent daydreaming. One in three! And when MRI scans are performed on people when they are daydreaming, the results show a very active and very dynamic brain function, which has to mean that daydreaming serves some vitally important function, right?

People who daydream demonstrate more creativity. And when you learn to daydream in a controlled way, these mental wanderings can cause you to be much more prolific and productive in all that you take on.

Daydreams have benefits. And with a little focus, you can turn them into a creative task that will help you get more done and be more inventive with everything you do.

Daydream more … with a little direction.

Daydream about a perfect day at some point in the future. Where would you live? What would you have around you? Who would you have around you? What would you be doing? The richer the details, the more it will help you align your actions with what will help you make that daydream a reality.

Daydream about a perfect day at work. What would you be doing? What would your job title be? Who would be around you? How would you be interacting with customers? How much would you make?

Daydream about new relationships. Who would it be? How would you meet them? What would you ask them? What would you hope to learn? How would they influence you?

Daydream about traveling. Where would you go? What would you do? How long would you be there? Who would you take with you?

Daydream about making a change in the world. What’s missing? It can be something simple or something complex; something in your hometown, or something that would impact the entire world.

Daydream with unlimited resources. We tend to confine our daydreams to things we already have or have easy access to. What if money and resources were endless? What if you could do anything?

Daydream about being famous. What could you do that would make you famous? What would you invent? What would you create? What would they write in a biography about you long after you are gone?

Learning to control your daydreams is only half of the exercise; from there take action. You’ll be amazed at all you can achieve, simply from a little daydreaming.

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Krause’s Food & the Nutrition Care Process

Krause’s Food & the Nutrition Care Process


Delivers comprehensive food and the nutrition care process information from educators and practitioners in the field. This title presents such recommendations as the MyPlate guide, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010, and a variety of tables, boxes, and pathophysiology algorithms, providing need-to-know information with ease.

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Computational Methods for Process Simulation

Computational Methods for Process Simulation


Process Modelling and simulation have proved to be extremely successful engineering tools for the design and optimisation of physical, chemical and biochemical processes. The use of simulation has expanded rapidly over the last two decades because of the availability of large high-speed computers and indeed has become even more widespread with the rise of the desk-top PC resources now available to nearly every engineer and student. In the chemical industry large, realistic non-linear problems are routinely solved with the aid of computer simulation. This has a number of benefits, including easy assessment of the economic desirability of a project, convenient investigation of the effects of changes to system variables, and finally the introduction of mathematical rigour into the design process and inherent assumptions that may not have been there before.’Computational Methods for Process Simulation’ develops the methods needed for the simulation of real processes to be found in the process industries. It also stresses the engineering fundamentals used in developing process models. Steady state and dynamic systems are considered, for both spatially lumped and spatially distributed problems. It develops analytical and numerical computational techniques for algebraic, ordinary and partial differential equations, and makes use of computer software routines that are widely available. Dedicated software examples are available via the internet. Written for a compulsory course element in the USIncludes examples using software used in academia and industrySoftware available via the Internet

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How to Use the Empathic Process

The empathic process is a noteworthy style of communication. I developed the empathic process as a viable way for two people in a relationship to build a new pattern of dialogue that is healthy and successful for both.

How it works
Find a neutral location, preferably the kitchen, which is the heart of the house and a place where alchemy happens, rather than someone’s office, bedroom or place of power.

The rules of engagement in the empathic process include the following:

How to successfully communicate

The rules of engagement in the empathic process include both intimacy and respect. Each person speaks a third of the time while making physical contact during communication to maintain an intimate atmosphere. Both partners maintain eye contact during communication. At no time does either partner defend against accusations sent their way.

The last third of the time is used for mutual conversation with both partners invested in the successful outcome of their dialogue. This approach can be used weekly, at a set time in a set place, and as a time for reviewing the week’s problems and mutually solving them. As a result of the empathic process, a safe place is created, in which both partners can return at any time.

Know your mate
Never use confidential information as a weapon while fighting. If you ask your mate to tell you honestly what he or she thinks of you, only to turn around and use it against him or her, trust will be broken and intimacy injured.

Also, pay attention to your partner’s feelings and refrain from saying hurtful or reactive things. You can win the battle but lose the war by damaging esteem and demeaning your partner.

Time in rather than time out
Know yourself and develop coping skills that allow you to meet your own needs rather than have your partner meet them. It is important to accept your partner, the person you love, as he or she is. No one wants to perform for approval. And in a healthy relationship, each partner is free to express his or her love in a way that is natural for him/her.

Agree to not always agree, but to walk together.
The human dilemma is that we are all different, and cannot agree about everything, even if we are in love. What is important is that we respect and validate our differences and not try to create someone new out of the person we love.

Wants versus Needs
What is the difference between wants and needs? We often say we want something but need something else. Our needs are based on those early relationships with mother and father, and the manner in which we interacted with our parents. Our wants are the ideal that we aspire to in relationships. For example, we may want a peaceful relationship and yet be hypercritical or demanding, creating arguments at every turn. Our childhood patterns may reflect this argumentative and hypercritical style. This is what we know “how to do” from our interactions with our family of origin. But, this is not the ideal of what we aspire to in relationships, and hence, the dissonance between our wants and our needs. As a result, by recognizing the differences between our wants and our needs, one is able to work towards a healthier and more balanced interaction. And, by bringing wants and needs to consciousness, this allows one to deliberately and consciously act in the best interest of their relationship.
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Process Control

Process Control


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Adoption and Parenting: The Ultimate Insider Guide to a Successful Adoption Process

Adoption and Parenting: The Ultimate Insider Guide to a Successful Adoption Process


It is no secret why some adoptive parents hide the information about the parents of their adopted child, well; your guess is as good as mine! …they don’t want the child to feel left out or unwanted. However, there are ways to take care of this. You will get details as you get hold of this book! For example explaining to the child that their natural parents gave them up to provide them with a better home….Yes, I know, because I am a parent, that the thought of having a child in your life is one that many people are excited about. However, you do need to carefully think about the adoption process for you to understand if it’s okay for you. There are many things to consider before you will be able to decide if it is right for you or not. Just get the book and find out… In fact, you may need to answer these questions sincerely…Do you enjoy being around children? If so, do you like them once they get older? The truth is that many people love the idea of having a baby in the home but don’t ever forget they will grow someday …!There are these days so many online adoption scams that normally seem very legitimate, but are not! In fact, some people have been in contact with what they think are young pregnant girls looking for a home for their child. After paying a ton of money, they then find out there was no baby at all. Don’t fall for such scam, read this book and you will be enlightened how to go about your planned adoption strategies.

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Process and Presentness: The Work of Israel Lund

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Israel Lund, Untitled, 2014. Acrylic on raw canvas. Courtesy of the artist and David Lewis Gallery.

Though his first one-person show was just last year (at Roberts & Tilton in Los Angeles), Brooklyn-based painter Israel Lund (b. 1980) has quickly become known for his canvases featuring stripes and abstract shadows/grazings of paint in both black and white and the CMYK color model.

In advance of his one-person exhibition this winter at the Power Station in Dallas, I visited Lund’s Bushwick studio to learn more about his work and process.

In short, he’s worth paying attention to. If you have a chance to get to Dallas for his show, go.

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Israel Lund, Untitled, 2014. Acrylic on raw canvas. Courtesy of the artist and David Lewis Gallery.

For one, Lund’s process is fascinating, a unique combination of digital and analogue techniques taken from the history of technologies available to painting (and conceptual art and photography) since Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol. For example, Lund appropriates (from artists such as Daniel Buren — the stripes, and Martin Kippenberger — the doodles). He uses photocopies, photographs, and scanned PDFs created with his phone. Via black and white and CMYK paint pushed through silkscreens he nuances the gestures, pressures and forms of abstract painting. Finally, his method is iterative, and he employs chance and challenges finish. He seems never to be finished; he makes a lot of work/experiments everyday; then he meditates on the few which go out into the world.

You could call Lund’s relationship with finish “punk.” He approaches but then seems to balk at the too-easy, too-beautiful, too-designed. He is more interested in setting up boundaries and the off-register, as a way to challenge himself in further days/weeks/months.

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Israel Lund, Untitled, 2013. Acrylic on raw canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, California.

Lund’s paintings demand in-person consideration. They are objects with 180 degrees of presence. Upon closer looking and walking around them, colors, forms and figurative associations emerge and recede. Personally, with his striped works I found myself seeing bodies between the stripes, as one might see prisoners sleeping behind bars in jail. In some of the works where the stripes are horizontal, they recall flags, and clouds of paint bring to mind antiwar imagery: specifically, how explosions or war photography were juxtaposed with the American flag in the 1960s. I also was intrigued by the subtleties of paint droplets in all of his works; how they sat delicately on top of the canvas grain and had a sculptural presence. Or how the whites and yellows of his paintings powerfully (but almost invisibly) influence our perception.

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Israel Lund, Untitled, 2014. Acrylic on raw canvas. Courtesy of the artist and David Lewis Gallery.

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Israel Lund, Untitled, 2013. Acrylic on raw canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, California.

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Israel Lund, Untitled, 2013. Acrylic on raw canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, California.

What’s not well-known is that the installation of Lund’s paintings plays an active role in the work. For example, in his 2013 show at Eleven Rivington in New York Lund purposefully installed his paintings with their backs against the window so that light would activate their surfaces and change their appearances throughout the day. In Brussels at Elaine Levy Project, Lund’s striped works were hung in direct dialogue with a columned gallery space. The act of looking became, as a result, constantly interrupted by the columns, and the columns’ interruptions were, in turn, reflected in Lund’s striped paintings.

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If you saw Lund on the street, you’d think “skateboarder.” When I visited him at his studio he was wearing a Thrasher sweatshirt and skate shoes. Skateboarding was Lund’s first obsession, which led him to move out to Portland, Oregon (from Vermont) at the age of 18. Soon after Lund began obsessing about art. For a long time he was just gathering images that would influence him. Initially this became a collection of pictures he would aggregate in a scrapbook, and eventually it became his Tumblr, where since 2008 he has kept a running log of his own work and the works of others (such as John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, or his friends) as well as anything else that is inspiring to him (quotes from books, movie stills). His Tumblr is also where his work initially gained a following.

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Israel Lund, Untitled, 2014. Acrylic on raw canvas. Courtesy of the artist and David Lewis Gallery.

Many associations come to mind when you look at Lund’s works. Jasper Johns (due to Lund’s stripes that approach flags); Pop Art (due to Lund’s use of the silkscreen process); or 1960s and 1970s conceptual artists like the BMPT group and particularly Daniel Buren (due to Lund’s appropriation of Buren’s work as well as his process that challenges ideas of authorship). Then there is Martin Kippenberger (because, as mentioned before, Lund sampled his doodles), Gerhard Richter (due to the immediate similarity of appearance, though Richter doesn’t silkscreen), and Andy Warhol (his shadow paintings in particular). In conversation, Lund referred to the influence of music on his art. (Right now he is interested in Harsh Noise.) Additionally he mentioned the importance of Ray Johnson, On Kawara and Thomas Pynchon to him. Johnson and Kawara are interesting comparisons; one can see similarities between their repetitive processes imbued with subtle differences to Lund’s own.

Again, Lund only allows a small number of his works into the world. Don’t rely on reproductions or hearsay to tell their story. Go see them.

Israel Lund’s next exhibition will open at The Power Station in Dallas, Texas this winter.
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Eric Zammitt : Unprecedented Insight into Process (video)

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Los Angeles native, Eric Zammitt, in his Altadena studio near Pasadena. Photo by EMS.

Start the Hanz Zimmer soundtrack…

In my latest documentary film, Breaking Beautiful , Los Angeles based artist, Eric Zammitt, takes it to another level in my Take 1 Art Series. Take 1 is a series of short films I’ve directed over the years on creative people and art exhibitions throughout Southern California.

What makes this film special in the series is the unprecedented access Zammitt gave me to his process, a process bordering on acute lunacy, obsessive eroticism, and a determined prowess to enlighten and mystify. Numbered as Film # 461 in my Take 1 Art Series, I have never before visited a studio to film an artist in such a short amount of time. It took approximately 13 visits over a few months to produce this 24-minute film.

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Eric Zammitt in the studio. Photo by EMS.

In the film you will witness interwoven and glued polymers that are sanded and polished into what Zammitt confidently calls “paintings.” Unconventional to most viewers vocabulary of what a painting is, Zammitt utilizes acylic plastics to shape them into layers of Plexiglas resolved into abstract geometric layouts in arrangements that are modulated. The breathtaking machine work is so precise, yet awesome in micro and macro.

What fascinated me the most is the machinery in the film that are essentially functioning art pieces Zammitt designed to create his work. When I asked Zammitt if he was worried that other artists may copy his methods by the information laid out in this film, he simply replied, Let them try.”

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Eric Zammitt in the final stages of a painting in its final stages. Photo by EMS.

Whether its alien or ancient sci-fi language, there’s a simplistic micro-edge fetishism in Zammitt’s work that is more Zen and clarity, then actual process. However, in this film I’m proud to show that the process is the art and that the becoming that inevitably hangs on the wall is the mere monument of the process. See the film below…


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Are You Getting Your Purpose and Your Process Mixed Up?

Figuring out your life’s purpose — what you came here to Planet Earth to do — is a massively scary undertaking. In fact, it can turn even the most headstrong entrepreneur into a quivering, commitment-phobic mess.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

You see, we’ve been looking at this purpose thing all wrong. We’ve been defining it too narrowly. We’re forcing ourselves to fit into a neat, little box and thinking that that’s where we’re supposed to stay for the rest of our lives.

But that ain’t the case.

The reason for all this confusion and angst is that we’re getting our purpose and our process confused.

So what is ‘purpose’?

Your purpose is the BIG HAIRY thing that you want to accomplish in your lifetime. It’s the change you want to effect in the world. When you’re old and grey and reminiscing on the years gone by, it’s the thing you want to be able to say ‘WOW, I did that’.

Your purpose is broad enough to take you in different directions.

It’s got enough scope that you can achieve it in a number of different ways.

And it’s expansive enough that it can be reinterpreted and reimagined at different stages of your life.

But it’s so, so connected and engrained in your being that once you’ve tuned in to its siren song, it will always be your guiding light.

Which is different to your ‘process’…

Your processes are the things you do to follow through on your purpose. The things you do to bring it to life. So for us heart-fuelled entrepreneurial gals, that means our businesses.

There are many, many different processes you can use to bring your purpose into form. And that’s where we get tripped up.

We think that being a life coach or a doctor is our purpose, but it’s not. That’s simply the way we’re fulfilling our purpose.

Both a doctor and a life coach could have the same purpose: to heal others and help them on their journey. Or they could have very different purposes: to inspire others to live their dream life (coach) and to educate others about their physical beings (doctors).

The key takeaway is that each of these professions is just one path to the overall end goal. Once you discover your greater vision, the options for how you bring this purpose to fruition are endless.

My own journey

It’s true what they say — life doesn’t unfold in a straight line. My journey has been a squiggly one, sometimes with full-blown loop-de-loops. Yet, with the benefit of hindsight, I know that everything I’ve done has been a manifestation of my purpose. It just took me a while to figure this out.

Firstly, I studied marketing, media and communications in my business degree. I wanted to help companies achieve their goals. Then I went on to study event operations, convinced I wanted to help businesses create mind-blowing experiences for their customers. Then I sidestepped and started studying speech pathology, because I wanted to help people communicate. And meanwhile, I’d also started a blog to help guide people on their spiritual journey.

Talk about a melting pot of processes! It wasn’t until I finally sat down to plan out this year’s big business goals that I finally saw through this hodge-podge of passions and realized what my underlying purpose was: To help raise the vibrations of the world.

Connecting the dots and having this massive ‘aha’ moment filled me with relief. My endless career chopping-and-changing wasn’t because I was flaky and indecisive; it was just that I was trying to find the best way to align with my true purpose.

So as I planned my next business move, instead of being filled with angst over where I wanted to be in 10 years time and trying to figure out my life-long career, I was able to focus on just one question:

How was I going to fulfill my purpose right now?

Phew! What a relief to realize that I didn’t have to waste time trying to guess what Future Me wants to do! Because I sure as hell don’t know the answer to that question.

But I can definitely answer it for me, right here, right now.

I want to fulfill my purpose by helping female entrepreneurs create real and viable businesses doing what they love. And I want to do it through coaching, consulting and kick-ass information products.

Cue the fireworks and champagne corks!

It’s the perfect combination of everything that’s led me to this point — my experience, my education, my passions, my interests. And best of all, it lights me up. In an incandescent, chest-swelling, heart-thumping kinda way.

I knew I was on to something big.

But…

It might not be what I do forever.

Hell, it might not even be what I do next year. I know that this is just one permutation of my overall mission, and although I’m loving it right now, I also know that it will grow and change and evolve into the next wave of delivering this vision.

It’s not the be all and end all, it’s just one manifestation of what I’m here to do.

Maybe it will morph into something bigger — perhaps an ecourse, or a book, or a full-blown bricks-and-mortar center? I don’t know yet. But that’s cool because I know that right now, I’m living on purpose.

And figuring that out has changed everything.

So tell me, what’s your purpose? And what process are you using to bring it to life right now?
GPS for the Soul – The Huffington Post
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A Pilgrim’s Process To “The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: DISCORD”

Twenty-seven years ago I had an idea for a play. This week, it opens in Los Angeles at the NoHo Arts Center under the title “The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: DISCORD”. I don’t know how audiences and critics will respond to it, but I know this epic process has enriched my life.

The journey started in June 1986 with a near death asthma attack that landed me in the hospital for a week. Upon my release, I experienced an epiphany like Saul on the road to Damascus. Or Scrooge on Christmas morning. I instantly evolved from cynical comedian to non-affiliated deist. It became the B.C./A.D. moment of my life. I went into a bliss which faded after ten days. Which I did not want to happen. I wanted to permanently become the better man that I had been during that time.

So I began a spiritual journey, making a pledge to the universe that I would henceforth consider anyone who wanted to talk with me about God, have me read their literature or attend a ceremony.

So it was with great interest that, on October 5, 1988, I watched an episode of “A World of Ideas” on PBS. Host Bill Moyers was interviewing Rev. Forrester Church of All Souls Unitarian in New York. And it was here that I learned about the Jefferson Bible.

In 1804 President Jefferson bought two identical copies of the King James Bible. He needed two versions because he would need both sides of the page for his secret project. Then, over three consecutive nights, he took a razor and cut out from the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John only the verses he liked. (As you’ll hear, his audacity in condensing Holy Scripture was compounded by what he edited out.) Jefferson then pasted his chosen scraps of scripture into the pages of a blank book. He named his volume The Philosophy Of Jesus of Nazareth. Then, in 1819, while retired at Monticello, Jefferson produced a sequel to called The Life And Morals Of Jesus Of Nazareth. For this more elaborate work, he bought eight Bibles — two each in Latin, Greek, French and English. He then divided a scrapbook’s pages into four columns so one could follow his expanded chronicle of Christ in a single language by reading down or, by reading across, scan a verse in a quartet of tongues.

Jefferson died on July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of the Declaration. His heirs sold Life And Morals to the Smithsonian in 1895 for $ 400. In 1904, Congress printed 9,000 copies of it to be given to incoming Senators and Representatives. In 1956, Idaho’s Senator Frank Church received a copy that he then gave to his young son, Forester. Church the younger later credited Jefferson’s work with leading him to Harvard Divinity School and on to a career working in a, well, church. In 1988 he was editing a new edition of Jefferson’s Bible with Yale Divinity School’s Jaroslav Pelikan — and thus the subject came up on Moyers’ program.

Now, I had recently seen the great English actor Alec McCowen perform his one-man show of the unabridged St. Mark’s Gospel. So I thought that there might be a play here. But that’s as far as it went.

In 1996, I was producing Comedy Central’s “Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher.” The show moved that year from New York to Los Angeles. My wife and I got a house near Larchmont Village. There is a bookstore there called Chevalier’s and, one day, I found a book called “The Life Of Our Lord” by Charles Dickens. It turns out that he, too, had written a gospel. His was for his children and he included all of the miracles that Jefferson’s razor had cut out. There was a play: the two of them debate their visions of Christ.

But not so fast. While reading Stephen Mitchell’s excellent “The Gospel According To Jesus,” I discovered the Leo Tolstoy had also abridged the gospels. So I my debating duet became a trio.

One hundred drafts and 50 readings later, the play is coming to fruiting.

And, as I look back on the research that I have done, I’ve come to understand that the careers of Jefferson, Dickens and Tolstoy as something of a trajectory of humanity’s quest for liberty:

In 1776, young slave-owner Thomas Jefferson asserted, in his Declaration of Independence, the “self-evident” truth that all are “created equal” and endowed by God “with certain unalienable rights,” including “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” His words sparked a Revolution.

After which, Jefferson became our Ambassador to France. Just before their Revolution. Which devolved into the Reign of Terror. Which was described in A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.

Dickens became the favorite novelist of young Leo Tolstoy.

Tolstoy’s success as a novelist prompted a suicidal depression. Which launched a spiritual journey. Which culminated with his assertion that the central teaching of Jesus Christ is for us all to “resist not evil.” This was developed, as revolution fermented in Czarist Russia, into the technique of “passive resistance.” Which Tolstoy described in the last letter he ever wrote, in 1910, to a young Mohatma Gandhi.

Gandhi, by passive resistance, liberated India. He inspired a young Martin Luther King, Jr. to apply the philosophy of passive resistance to struggle for African Americans to be able to free ride at the front of a bus, eat at a lunch counter or attend a puclic school.

In his most famous speech, King asserted that the “magnificent” words of Thomas Jefferson and the other “architects of our Republic” were a “promissory note to which every American was to fall heir” and that he and others in the American Civil Rights movement had come to “cash this check.” And a nation’s slumbering conscience slowly but surely awoke. And these rights – deemed “self-evident” and “unalienable” by Jefferson – were increasingly asserted Black, female, gay, brown, red, disabled, yellow and poor Americans.

And, in 2008, a president was elected whose skin color could have, in 1776, made him eligible to have been owned.

Humanity has come a long way. And, in pursuing this project, I have, too.
Arts – The Huffington Post
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