transmit.

August 10, 2018 § Leave a comment

“Everything you do right now ripples outward and affects everyone. Your posture can shine your heart or transmit anxiety. Your breath can radiate love or muddy the room in depression. Your glance can awaken joy. Your words can inspire freedom. Your every act can open hearts and minds.” – David Deida

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Boundaries

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“Literature is a textually transmitted disease, normally contracted in childhood.” – Jane Yolen

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cockscomb in grand staircase

http://epod.usra.edu/blog/2018/01/the-cockscomb-in-grand-staircase-escalante-national-monument.html

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“[Words] cling to the very core of our memories and lie there in silence until a new desire reawakens them and recharges them with loving energy. That is one of the qualities of love that moves me most, their capacity for transmitting love. Like water, words are a wonderful conductor of energy. And the most powerful, transforming energy is the energy of love.” ― Laura Esquivel

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Grand Staircase

https://www.trover.com/d/Mb5N-grand-staircase-escalante-national-monument-henrieville-utah

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“Grace works that way. It’s a kind word from a gentle person with an impossible prayer. It’s a force sometimes transmitted best hand to hand in a dark place.” – Bob Goff

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Grand Staircase

https://traveltips.usatoday.com/camping-grand-staircase-escalantenational-monument-utah-60221.html

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“Codes and patterns are very different from each other,” Langdon said. “And a lot of people confuse the two. In my field, it’s crucial to understand their fundamental difference.”
“That being?”
Langdon stopped walking and turned to her. “A pattern is any distinctly organized sequence. Patterns occur everywhere in nature—the spiraling seeds of a sunflower, the hexagonal cells of a honeycomb, the circular ripples on a pond when a fish jumps, et cetera.”
“Okay. And codes?”
“Codes are special,” Langdon said, his tone rising. “Codes, by definition, must carry information. They must do more than simply form a pattern—codes must transmit data and convey meaning. Examples of codes include written language, musical notation, mathematical equations, computer language, and even simple symbols like the crucifix. All of these examples can transmit meaning or information in a way that spiraling sunflowers cannot.” – Dan Brown

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Grand Staircase

https://mowryjournal.com/tag/grand-staircase-escalante/

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“Unhappy endings are just as important as happy endings. They’re an efficient way of transmitting vital Darwinian information. Your brain needs them to make maps of the world, maps that let you know what sorts of people and situations to avoid.” ― Douglas Coupland

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Grand Staircase

https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/green/news/2017/05/09/432111/case-grand-staircase-escalante-national-monument/

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“A writer is like a tuning fork: We respond when we’re struck by something. The thing is to pay attention, to be ready for radical empathy. If we empty ourselves of ourselves we’ll be able to vibrate in synchrony with something deep and powerful. If we’re lucky we’ll transmit a strong pure note, one that isn’t ours, but which passes through us. If we’re lucky, it will be a note that reverberates and expands, one that other people will hear and understand.” ― Roxana Robinson

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