Manifesto

The software engineer who was fired from Google after his controversial manifesto went public has the support of the far-right media.
Wake up every day and live passionately and unapologetically raw.
We could all use a little guidance in becoming the fullest, most authentic expression of our authentic selves. So, here are a few elemental tenets to start thinking about and to begin operating from when engaging with the world.
They're promoting the very thing their entire culture and manifesto claims to be against, which in turn, destroys their credibility and integrity. You cannot do both.
We, the people, have a shared vision and intention for our beautiful planet....
The longer I listen to White, the more I have to admire his conviction. He may argue that protest is broken and America corrupted
Maybe we need to make sure that if we are busy we're busy with something that is truly important and valuable. Not busy checking social media shares or moving bits of paper around the office that no one ever reads.
4. The Right to the Fruits of Your Labors If we want to see the coming entrepreneurial revolution succeed, it is imperative
People have misjudged me my whole life, for better or worse. No one has really figured it out. That makes sense! I am just now, finally letting myself try to form it. So here is to the women out there who (try to) live from heart and soul.
The public demurs from facing reality and accepting measures that might fix the problems, based on a misplaced--and manipulated--appreciation of self-reliance and freedom, O'Kane explains and illustrates.
Erica Il Cane. Process shot. MANIFESTO. Mexico City. February 2015. (photo courtesy © Fifty24MX ) Without sighting a specific
What began as a creep toward adolescence now feels like a full on gallop toward adulthood. I can't stop it, nor do I want to. But I have a love-hate relationship with this passage of time. Because, as the author poignantly puts it, "I can't imagine me without them."
Thatcher had the cheek to venture through the knotty baroque thickets of Bach's "A Musical Offering" and "Goldberg Variations," well trammeled by legendary choreographers.
Sometimes we'll get it right and sometimes we'll mess up and have to start over. I know this because I have had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing hundreds of women from all across the country -- women who are trying to chart their own course.