My morning routine in the fall and winter starts by putting a kettle of water on to boil. I then create the most incredible oatmeal that I can with ingredients from our cupboard and pantry. Apricots, apples, coconut flake, almond butter, walnuts, berries, flax seed, chia, whatever I can find. It is kinda like playingContinue reading “Coffee Grounds in My Oatmeal: An Opportunity for Mindfulness”
Montana Bugle Publisher Mati Bishop was interviewed by Nate Hegyi of Wyoming public radio about reactions from rural communities in the American West to the invasion of the US Capitol on January 6. Read or listen to the piece here https://www.boisestatepublicradio.org/post/rural-westerners-are-saddened-not-surprised-insurrection-us-capitol?fbclid=IwAR2AqnHkVYd4j43OWxUc9KpTk3_XZBZQJ_h8gcEB3Xi4zVwZVPMtc6K5M7o#stream/0
Look at history and you see countless examples of facts changing with human understanding. If this was not true, we still would believe the Earth was flat and in the center of the Universe. We have evidence now that those things are not true. The facts have changed. Or have they? There are still peopleContinue reading “Creating Facts for Every Belief”
Our founding fathers laid a groundbreaking path forward for us as a nation that values freedom and liberty when they created the bill of rights. The first 10 amendments to the Constitution only create half the foundation needed for us to manage the wealthiest populace in the history of the World. With rights come responsibilities. Continue reading “The American Bill of Responsibilities”
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