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Multi Coloured Rice Fields

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multi coloured rice fields by Ratnakorn Piyasirisorost

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Swedish School’s Big Lesson Begins With Dropping Personal Pronouns - NYTimes.com

Swedish School’s Big Lesson Begins With Dropping Personal Pronouns - NYTimes.com | diversity | Scoop.it

"At an ocher-color preschool along a lane in Stockholm’s Old Town, the teachers avoid the pronouns “him” and “her,” instead calling their 115 toddlers simply “friends.” Masculine and feminine references are taboo, often replaced by the pronoun “hen,” an artificial and genderless word that most Swedes avoid but is popular in some gay and feminist circles."


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Mustang, the ‘Lost Kingdom of Tibet’ [pics]

Mustang, the ‘Lost Kingdom of Tibet’ [pics] | diversity | Scoop.it
It's one of few places on Earth where you feel like you're in the middle of nowhere.

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Marc-André Pauzé's curator insight, May 12, 2013 6:56 PM

"SITUATED WITHIN the world’s highest mountain range and just south of the Tibet Autonomous Region, Mustang is one of the last places in the world where traditional Tibetan culture remains intact. However, due to China’s ever-increasing presence in the region, and their building of a road connecting Lower Mustang to the walled city of Lo Manthang, near the Tibetan border, this status is under threat."

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Mandalas Explained | glad.is

Mandalas Explained | glad.is | diversity | Scoop.it
Derived from the Sanskrit word meaning circle, a mandala is a timeless masterpiece, rich in both tradition and symbolism, and has long been considered a sacred object.

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Glad.is's curator insight, January 7, 2014 3:33 PM

We've been hooked on mandalas...check out these great articles on the history and meaning, how to make them and more:

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hollow bone & shamans heart

hollow bone & shamans heart | diversity | Scoop.it
Many years ago I followed a shamanic training, studying the traditions and tools that it offered. I was curious and totally involved in what it had to share with me. It gave me new tools to explore...

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TV5MONDE : “Halam geldi“, un film à l'assaut des mariages forcés d'enfants, en Turquie et ailleurs

TV5MONDE : “Halam geldi“, un film à l'assaut des mariages forcés d'enfants, en Turquie et ailleurs | diversity | Scoop.it
“Halam geldi. Ne me demandez pas pardon“ est sorti le 15 janvier 2014 dans les salles européennes. Réalisé par Erhan Kozan, ce drame turc traite du mariage précoce et forcé des filles.

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Religion and the Unsayable

Religion and the Unsayable | diversity | Scoop.it

Through conscious awareness human beings have created a field of shared symbols. We call this field of shared symbols a ‘language’. Most of us take language for granted. We use language to express our desires, feelings, thoughts. We use it to navigate our world and get what we want, focusing only on what we know and can name and speak. Few of us ever think about what is unsayable or unrepresentable. But the unsayable is at the very heart of creation.

 

 

 

 


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A Maldives Beach Awash in Bioluminescent Phytoplankton Looks Like an Ocean of Stars | Colossal

A Maldives Beach Awash in Bioluminescent Phytoplankton Looks Like an Ocean of Stars | Colossal | diversity | Scoop.it
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Next stop: underground city and fairy chimneys/Cappadocia

Next stop: underground city and fairy chimneys/Cappadocia | diversity | Scoop.it
If you have read my previous post, you will know that after a 12 hour coach journey we went on a 3 mile hike along the Ihlara Valley and that was only the start of day 1. Because, the next stop, after we had just about caught ...

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