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The Real Secret

A few years back I read that cryptic little book called The Secret. It supposedly unlocked powers or energies from the universe based on intentional thinking. But this morning while headed out for a run through a fog-shrouded world, it … Continue reading

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No date with destiny, but a lesson or two worth learning

In 1981 the world was going nuts for running. The second phase of the American running boom was in full swing. As an avid runner, I thought (and was sincerely hoping) that it might mean women would find me more … Continue reading

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Running and riding in the crack between the worlds

By Christopher Cudworth In my early 20s I stumbled into reading The Teachings of Don Juan by Carlos Castaneda. If you have not read the books, which include¬†The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge; A Separate Reality; … Continue reading

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