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NEVER PROPERLY BORN THEATRE COMPANY presents Look Up to the Sky and You Can't See the Stars. A new piece of work exploring themes of loneliness, destiny, and the connections that bind us together. Development starts January 2013. Facebook https://www.facebook.com/neverproperlyborntheatrecompany Twitter https://twitter.com/NPBtheatre Website http://www.neverproperlyborn.com ___________________________________________________ Credits: starring Lucy O'Connor, Ash Rowbin Directed by Gerran Howell, Ash Rowbin DOP Gerran Howell Editing / VFX Gerran Howell London 2013+ More details
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Jeremy Peyton is a musician living in Ellensburg, WA. He just released his first full length album titled Hope Tree. It is available for free download on his website: jeremypeyton.com. Jeremy also has a vision for Hope Tree Events. These events will be a collaboration between artists and musicians as a unique way for people to share stories of God's faithfulness. These events will be interactive and feature art and music. Connect with Jeremy: email@example.com, www.jeremypeyton.com Community Connection is produced by Dave Ronning & Nate Slover: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com+ More details
We have all been activated by the movement of December 2012… Did you feel your switch turn on? Do you feel a newness in your liveliness, or in your outlook? In what ways have you been stimulated to come alive? Sometimes the obvious is the essence of new life!+ More details
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For the full article go to http://www.imediaconnection.com/content/33566.asp In the job seeker process, most interviews take place with senior team members you won't actually be working with. But what about the employees you'll be working with day to day? Will they inspire you or drive you crazy? Companies who want to hire great people (a.k.a. you!) need to already have great people. In today's interview, Kathryn Minshew, founder & CEO of the innovative career site dailymuse.com, tells iMedia's Bethany Simpson what matters most in finding the right job match. She also gives tips for branding yourself visually.+ More details
It isn’t easy talking to strangers. There is no comfort, no broken-in repartee. There is no past with a stranger, and most likely no future. Only an awkward, reaching now. They don’t know your history, your baggage, your idiosyncrasies. You’re able to create a temporary self, or simply be the person you are. It can make for an interesting conversation. Especially if there is booze involved. Some of the most memorable conversations I’ve had in recent years have been with people I don’t know, and it has often been while I’m traveling by myself. I’m alone in an unfamiliar place, hyper-aware of my circumstances and feeling exposed. I think people sense that. And they respond. They invite me to join them in their conversation, offer to buy me a drink. And, perhaps, because I’m vulnerable, they are more open. I love those connections. They may not last, but they are real. This project is about them. Have a question, comment or suggestion? Email Phil at firstname.lastname@example.org. Written by Phillip McCluskey Filmed and Edited by Richard Boehmcke Shot on a Canon 60D Music: In the Moment of Inspiration by PinkZebra+ More details
I wrote "The Dream" (music & lyrics c 2007 Joy Weinberg with lyrics updated in 2013) after a real experience on the New York City subway. Suddenly, I felt a flash of light radiating within me, an outpouring of love for all of the strangers sharing this ride through time with me, a profound sense of my connectedness with them and our shared connectedness as human beings. It was one of the most thrilling moments of my life. And it soon faded. The song is my attempt to bring it back: Last night I Had the strangest dream I was on a train Standing next to me Was a Chinese man With old trembling hands And a child Ran around And around And smiled….. One young man A plaid suit he wore No, no, it wore him Like a cheap mannequin A large woman sighed She held six big bags Thrift-store toys For the boys In ring-less hands… And suddenly… I saw light! Not the sun It was from inside…. I was love And I loved them all The old Chinese man The young child that ran The mom with her bags The man wrapped in plaid Separate lives On one ride Traveling…through time…. I saw me Saw me in them all Saw my shaky hands In the trembling man Saw the me that’s lost In a woman fraught Many boys Many bags What a life She’s had…. Then, like that The light was gone! The doors opened We moved on…. Last night I Had the strangest dream I was on a train Strangers looked like me And I saw something: What it means, really, To be free .+ More details
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One With the Herd is an award winning documentary, a story of healing and connection, the most powerful gift horses have to offer humans. OWTH is based on the award winning book of the same name by Liz Mitten Ryan. To rent or buy a digital download go http://www.tellingstorys.ca Coming soon to DVD and more on Liz Mitten Ryan go to http://www.lizmittenryan.com+ More details
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