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The Three Laws of NOW

Burt Harding

By Burt Harding

Three Laws of NOW

Burt Harding, founder of the Awareness Foundation in Vancouver, offers a radical invitation to recognize the truth of our being as already whole and fulfilled.

He reminds us of the love we really are beyond the personal stories we carry. In this way, we come to recognize what we have always known but did not live from – the beauty and wonder of our own true essence.

Burt conducts sessions and workshops in Supersentience, a system devised to help heal deep wounds and promote a shift in the perception of who we really are.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOZj4IIRDMw

 

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Pythagorean theorem

Pythagorean Theorem

What do Euclid, 12-year-old Albert Einstein, and American President James A. Garfield have in common?

They all came up with elegant proofs for the famous Pythagorean theorem:

In mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem, also known as Pythagoras’s theorem, is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle. It states that the square of the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.

What do Euclid, 12-year-old Albert Einstein, and American President James A. Garfield have in common?

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Three phases of a Navajo Chief blanket

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Navajo Chief blanket
Navajo Chief blanket

Navajo Chiefs Blankets are the most recognizable and valuable of all Navajo weavings.  Navajo Chiefs Blankets have been collected not only by other Native Americans before the United States even existed, but also by such notable collectors as William Randolf Hearst.

A Navajo Chiefs Blanket could be purchased for around fifty dollars in the early 1800’s, one thousand dollars by the turn of the nineteenth century, and today, a Chiefs blanket in excellent condition, could sell for half a million dollars or more.

First Phase Fragment
First Phase Fragment

The First Phase Navajo Chiefs Blanket is simple with indigo blue stripes and white and brown natural churro wool.

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Sherlock

​There must be something comforting about the number three. People always give up after three. 

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Christopher Walken Reads “The Three Little Pigs” and is out of this world

Christopher Walken

Christopher Walken reads Three Little Piggies

Back In 1993, he made an appearance on Channel 4’s “Saturday Zoo” in the UK. Dressed in an old-fashioned patchwork colorful sweater, Walken was supposed to read a segment from the popular fairy tale “The Three Little Pigs.” According to host Jonathan Ross, Walken was finally able to “fulfill his lifelong ambition to come on national TV and entertain children”.

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Unity of Geometry

geometry

Unity of Geometry – Root Power : by Jonathan Quintin

Unity of Geometry Root-Power – the Triangle – excerpt

 

 

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Libby’s commercial

1974 Libby's Libby's Libby's TV commercial

If  you put Libby’s, Libby’s, Libby’s,

On the label, label, label,

Then you will like it, like it, like it,

On the table, table, table.

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The Three blind mouseketeers -Disney’s silly symphony (1936)

The Three blind mouseketeers -Disney's silly symphony (1936)

All for one and one for all

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Looney Tunes – Pigs in a Polka 1943

Looney Tunes - Pigs in a Polka 1943

After an introduction by the wolf, the plot follows closely to the story of the three little pigs. The first pig erects a wire structure, then quickly bushels hay over the structure for the house. The second pig uses hundreds of matches to make up his house. The third pig goes through the tedious task of laying bricks

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Silly Symphony – The Three Little Pigs

A Walt Disney classic Silly Symphony the Three Little Pigs. An amazing piece of animation!

The Story of the Three Little Pigs

England

Once upon a time when pigs spoke rhyme
And monkeys chewed tobacco,
And hens took snuff to make them tough,
And ducks went quack, quack, quack, O!

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Golden Fairy Tale Classics – The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Golden Fairy Tale Classics - The Three Billy Goats Gruff

The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Norway

Once upon a time there were three billy goats, who were to go up to the hillside to make themselves fat, and the name of all three was “Gruff.”

On the way up was a bridge over a cascading stream they had to cross; and under the bridge lived a great ugly troll , with eyes as big as saucers, and a nose as long as a poker.

So first of all came the youngest Billy Goat Gruff to cross the bridge.

“Trip, trap, trip, trap! ” went the bridge.

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Triangle pin

Triangle Pin

The Mysterious Pin The Trump Campaign Won’t Explain

David Morgante It probably identifies the people who protect him. When there are so many people who would like to do him harm its probably a good idea to have it so his people are easily recognizable.

636 · March 25 at 6:10pm

Alan Shippee I would generally say you are correct it is a well-known fact that the secret service has a large book of lapel pins that they choose a different one every day and those who wear that pin are the ones that are allowed to actually be physically next to the president

71 · March 26 at 10:09am
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Oscar Ferret they are wrong it means trump has joined forces with planet zog and wants to turn the world in to a marshmellow.

213 · March 27 at 9:31pm
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Dom Price It’s a herald insignia. Possibly a symbol Trump intends to use for his political movement. Fascist regimes make heavy use of symbolism and badges to identify supporters. It’s likely to identify members of Trump’s inner circle, in much the same way the See More

192 · March 26 at 10:43pm
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Dave Emerson It identifies Trump private security staff, as well as campaign “inner circle” staff who are allowed to get close to Trump. The Secret Service uses the same method with a red pin. It’s an easy visual identifier to allow his security to pick out people who don’t belong quickly. Simply look at their left lapel, if they don’t have the pin there, they aren’t allowed close.

101 · March 27 at 4:02pm
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Amy Boring I volunteered at the Bernie Sanders rally in San Diego. They had them on too. It’s simply Campaign staffers. Much like a lanyard it made it easy to identify people that could move freely from place to place on the rally floor.

As much as I disagree with Trump this video is propaganda.

103 · March 27 at 9:49pm
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Frank Newberry Wow… people will go to any length to attack Donald J. Trump… or to cast a shadow of doubt around him… those are not Campaign aides… they are Secret servicemen… not affiliated with Trump’s campaign, but assigned to protect him
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