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2011-11-12 23:33:00
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Hike Las Bocas Canyon to Cascada Grande Waterfall
2011-08-08 01:00:00
The Central Mountain range that runs through the middle of Puerto Rico is full of canyons, caves and waterfalls. We recently took a hike, sponsored by the local chapter of the Sierra Club, into Canyon Las Bocas to see the Cascade Grande waterfall. It was an enjoyable, and challenging, day of hiking and river-trekking.Continue reading this article → Hike Las Bocas Canyon to Cascada Grande Waterfall Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Hiking, Waterfalls and Rappelling in San Cristobal Canyon
2011-06-27 05:45:00
San Cristóbal Canyon has been named one of the top 10 Natural Wonders of Puerto Rico. With that high distinction, I needed to see it for myself. It is not the easiest place to get to (being at the bottom of a 500+ foot descent), so it does require some planning and, for best results, a guide! Montaña Explora, a family-run tour company, offers an extreme adventure that includes hiking and rappelling in the canyon. It was tough, but it was so worth the effort!Continue reading this article → Hiking, Waterfalls and Rappelling in San Cristobal Canyon Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Northeast Ecological Corridor ? Beaches, Turtles and More
2011-06-13 01:00:00
The Northeast Ecological Corridor is a wonderful stretch of about 6½ miles of coastline, from Luquillo to Fajardo. We had never been in that area, so after some recent guests told us about the long walk they took along the beach there, we decided we needed to see it ourselves. It really is a wonderful, natural place. We hope that more awareness of Puerto Rico's natural wonders will encourge people to want to preserve it.Continue reading this article → Northeast Ecological Corridor – Beaches, Turtles and More Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Solitude and Snorkeling at Playa Carlos Rosario
2011-05-23 00:00:00
Culebra has always been a popular island, with its beautiful beaches and easy snorkeling right from the beach. The problem is, the amazingly beautiful Flamenco Beach has also become so popular that it can be a bit crowded at times. For people who are looking for a quiter beach that still offers great snorkeling, Playa Carlos Rosario may be just right for you.Continue reading this article → Solitude and Snorkeling at Playa Carlos Rosario Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Puerto Rican Coffee ? From Bush to Bag to Cup
2011-04-25 01:30:00
Puerto Rico is known for its coffee, and the best coffee comes from ripe beans grown high in the cool, moist mountain regions of the Toro Negro mountain range. There are a number of coffee Haciendas in the towns of Jayuya, San Sebastian, Ponce, Adjuntas, Las Marias and Lares. Most of larger coffee plantations are not open to the public, but some of the smaller, specialty/gourmet places are open for tours, and purchases. Our tour at the small, gourmet coffee plantation Hacienda Pomarrosa was informative and enjoyable.Continue reading this article → Puerto Rican Coffee – From Bush to Bag to Cup Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Spend a Day at the Cibuco Historical Center in Corozal
2011-04-11 00:00:00
I love it when you explore some place new and you are happily surprised with the outcome. That is what happened to us on a recent visit to the Centro Histórico Turístico del Cibuco (Cibuco Historical Tourist Center) in Corozal. We had heard that they offered a tour of this park, but we had no idea what a gem this place was. There is something for every family member packed into this lovely place, where you can spend a couple hours or the whole day.Continue reading this article → Spend a Day at the Cibuco Historical Center in Corozal Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Punta Tuna Lighthouse and Beach in Maunabo
2011-03-28 01:00:00
On a recent, sunny Sunday, we decided to take a drive down the east coast of Puerto Rico. It is a nice drive if you go along the coast, with some great views along the way. At the south-east corner if the island is the town of Maunabo, in which you can find the Punta Tuna Lighthouse (Faro Punta Tuna) and beach. While you can't enter the lighthouse itself, the park and beach area are worth a stop.Continue reading this article → Punta Tuna Lighthouse and Beach in Maunabo Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Explore or Relax on Beautiful Isla Caja de Muertos
2011-03-07 00:00:00
I had heard that Isla Caja de Muertos (or Coffin Island) was lovely, but I think it has been kept a secret just how fantastic it is! Visiting the island has been on my "to do" list for 6 years now, but we never really made the effort to go. We finally made it out there, and I can kick myself for waiting so long. It is a beautiful island and it is too nice to be missed, especially since it is an easy day trip.Continue reading this article → Explore or Relax on Beautiful Isla Caja de Muertos Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Glimpse History at the Luis Munoz Marin Foundation
2011-02-27 23:00:00
The minute you make your plans to come to Puerto Rico, you know his name — Luis Muñoz Marín. You might wonder Who was this guy that the airport is named after? Luis Muñoz Marín was the first elected Governor of Puerto Rico, and he changed Puerto Rico forever. A Foundation has been set up to preserve his legacy for future generations. While this is not a must do for most people, his home is an interesting place that deserves some attention.Continue reading this article → Glimpse History at the Luis Munoz Marin Foundation Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Black Sand Beach at Playa La Esperanza in Manatí
2011-02-20 23:00:00
We've been to a number of beaches along the northern coast of Puerto Rico, and I've rarely been let down by their rugged beauty. Playa La Esperanza was no exception. Located in Manatí, it is a remote and beautiful place. Not only did it have a great cove for cooling off in the water and beautiful views, it had a surprise — a black sand beach area.Continue reading this article → Black Sand Beach at Playa La Esperanza in Manatí Are you on Facebook? If so, go on over and "like" our FB page to see updates and FB-only information in your timeline → facebook.com/PuertoRicoDayTrips- This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide.
Rio Espiritu Santo Waterfall in El Yunque
2010-04-09 02:00:00
El Yunque National Forest has a lot more to explore besides the forest along Road 191. If you have a little extra time and want to get a little more rain forest immersion, you can take a short drive up Road 186, above the El Verde area in Rio Grande, and find a hidden waterfall just steps from the road.This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atRio Espiritu Santo Waterfall in El Yunque
Cueva Ventana: A View Like No Other
2010-04-02 02:00:00
We like to discover and write about little-known places to visit and things to do here in Puerto Rico. Cueva Ventana is one of those places. The information available about it was scarce, but once we figured it out, it turns out to be very easy to get to. And the view is fantastic!This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atCueva Ventana: A View Like No Other
Beach Hopping in Luquillo
2010-03-19 02:00:00
There are a number of beaches in the Luquillo that will suit most people — a protected cove, some snorkeling, boogie boarding and surfing beaches. Take your beach blanket, beach chairs and cooler, and have a great day in the sun.This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atBeach Hopping in Luquillo
Geocaching ? Hunt for Hidden "Treasure"
2010-03-15 00:30:00
What do you get when you cross scavenger hunts with GPS technology? The "sport" called Geocaching. You can grab your GPS unit and try to find one of the 350 treasures hidden around Puerto Rico. You may be pleasantly surprised by what else you discover about the island during your hunt.This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atGeocaching – Hunt for Hidden "Treasure"
Tour a French Mansion ? The Palacete Los Moreau
2009-12-18 02:00:00
A French coffee hacienda in Puerto Rico - what a surprise! The Old Ladadie House (aka the Palacete los Moreau) is located in the town of Moca, in the north-west part of Puerto Rico. This lovely, old house has been turned into a museum, and they offer great, informative tours about the house and the people who lived there. What a wonderful piece of Puerto Rican history and a local treasure. It?s really worth a visit.This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atTour a French Mansion – The Palacete Los Moreau
Experience the San Sebastian Market
2009-12-04 01:00:00
If you want to be part of a local experience, get up early on a Friday and head to the San Sebastian Market. I guess I would call it a large flea market or farmers market, since it had a little bit of everything. The market is located on the Centro Agropecuario grounds. It has slots for over 340 tables inside the grounds and, of course, there are other people selling things outside in the parking lot.This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atExperience the San Sebastian Market
Visit Casa Pueblo in Adjuntas
2009-11-20 01:00:00
Casa Pueblo is a community-based organization focused on, among other things, the protection and management of natural resources. On a visit to their headquarters in Adjuntas, you'll learn about their on-going eco-friendly endeavors and educational programs, and you'll have the chance to buy some local artisan goods in their gift shop.This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atVisit Casa Pueblo in Adjuntas
Walk on the Dry Side in Guánica
2009-11-16 01:00:00
The Guánica State Forest & Bioshpere Reserve is a dry forest that receives only 30" of rain annually. It covers almost 1000 acres and is home to many endangered plants and wildlife. There are a number of hiking trails throughout the forest, and it is a bird-watcher's paradise.This article is copyright © PuertoRicoDayTrips.com Travel Guide. Stay at Coqui's Hideaway in the Rain Forest! You can find the original article atWalk on the Dry Side in Guánica
Copia la ruta de un archivo desde el menú contextual de Windows
2009-10-02 20:37:00
CopyPath es una sencilla aplicación que agrega al menú contextual de Windows (el que aparece cuando hacemos clic derecho sobre algún archivo) una opción para copiar la ruta de un archivo en el portapapeles. La extensión permite además copiar la ruta de uno o varios archivos al mismo tiempo, así como copiar también la ruta ...Este es un post de ILMAISTRO.COM, Blog de Tecnologia. Suscribirse via RSS. Sígueme en Twitter.Copia la ruta de un archivo desde el menú contextual de WindowsRelated posts:Limpiando el menu de FirefoxgAttach! Adjunta archivos a Gmail desde WindowsSimular "No a todos" en el cuadro de diálogo "Copiar archivos" de Windows
Stories of the Prophets DAY 29. Light Worker Rainbow Warrior Souls Path Spi
2009-09-16 06:43:00
DAY 29The Stories of the Prophets is a videos series.  Listen to the explanation of how each family member in the Family of Light was sent with a purpose to enlighten YOU! Personal Awakening:NOW I REMEMBER! Story of Truth pt 86 Before the End of Days Good News Trippin Out on Islam Lightworker Story of Truth pt 87 Ascension Reading Signs Sigils Climax Points in Your Life Journey Story of Truth pt 88 Magic Destiny Fate Souls Path Spirit Master Light Worker Rainbow Warrior DAY 28                                                      DAY 30 Once viewers have watched all the stories they will begin to experience supernatural ability and have an intuitive sense of the unseen world. Take the journey.The Unseen World Saleem Siddiqui is a Political Commentator, Publ...
Obamacare: Not the Only Path to Health Care Reform
2009-08-22 01:18:00
Every now and again, I include something up in a blog post, hoping some supporter or critic will catch it and build on it. Last night, I did just that, linking a Washington Post/ABC News Poll, to help set up this post.  One of our critics noted that the poll, which i cited in ...
Sometimes Designers need to Walk the Path on Their Own
2009-07-13 18:05:00
I'm always happy to hear of designers that have taken the effort to turn one of their great ideas into reality. I think it is a great learning experience even if the result was a not a success. (Remember you learn more if you fail!) So if you have ever thought about doing the same, I highly recommend that you do so! I often belief that "Sometimes Designers need to Walk the Path on Their Own". By "Path" here, I mean the design process, or more specific to my statement, the attempt to participate in the entire design and product development process. In other words, coming up with an idea, creating a business plan, working out the marketing story, developing the concept, refining it, realizing it in CAD, manufacturing the product, testing it, packing it, selling it and even shipping the product.
So what if presidents ogle hot chicks who happen to cross their path?
2009-07-10 23:56:00
Several years ago, when I was running with a recently boyfriended fellow member of the DC Front Runners, our heads turned for a better view of a rather fetching fellow who crossed our path. “Hey,” I said to my running partner, “What are you doing?   You’ve got a boyfriend!” “My hubby,” he replied, “doesn’t care where ...
Obstacles In Our Path
2009-05-28 19:15:00
In ancient times, a King had a boulder placed on aroadway. Then he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would remove the huge rock. Some of theking's wealthiest merchants and courtiers came byand simply walked around it. Many loudly blamed the King for not keeping the roads clear, but none did anything about getting the stone out of the way. Then a peasant came along carrying a load
Urban Nomads Off The Beaten Path Luxury Travel Service
2009-04-10 12:00:00
Many self-proclaimed world travelers may feel like they?ve seen it all. They?ve popped the cork off a bottle of champagne under the Eiffel Tower, taken a gondola ride in Rome and ridden a Tuktuk in Thailand. An innovative travel agency, Urbane Nomads calls themselves the ?travel mixologists? and prides themselves on providing vacations off the beaten paths, away from the over-hyped tourist destinations around the world.
What Path Out of a Global Recession?
2009-04-07 16:16:00
No one doubts that bridges, roads, and many parts of the electrical grid around the globe are in need of some serious repair or upgrading. While the U.S. government is proposing spending close to a trillion dollars to improve the country's infrastructure; European and Asian countries aren't so sure
Obama Administration Has No Clear Path to Repeal DADT
2009-03-31 08:34:00
While study after study (after study after study) has shown that allowing gay people to serve in our armed forces would neither compromise unit cohesion nor morale, the Obama Administration is making little progress on repealing the Clinton-era Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell (DADT) policy, barring gays from serving openly in the military. This despite candidate Obama’s commitment ...
A Tech Career Path
2009-03-23 13:24:00
Professionals like doctors and lawyers typically follow the career path set out for them in college. But engineers and other techies often come to their particular career niche through more circuitous routes. Are you working in a technical area defined by your college or other formal education, or d
A Sonic Path to Whiter Teeth
2009-02-17 14:19:00
A couple of years ago, I traded up from the manual toothbrush to a "power brush." Psychologically, the switch improved my oral confidence and social life. But renewed uncertainty has me smiling a little less — they say an ultrasonic model, based on a piezoceramic transducer, is the better path
Organised Retail- Losing its Path
2009-02-12 06:59:00
Organised retailers remain unsure as to which format works best and, given their loss levels, cannot even invest in the kind of supply chains they need to be competitive. Each square foot of retail needs Rs 2,000 of capital, organised retail makes a profit of just Rs 300! So who?s going to fund it? With more ...
Up In Flames: The Path of Digital News Out Of China
2009-02-11 02:50:00
Last night, the CCTV building in Beijing caught fire at around 9 pm, the result of an unfortunate New Years' fireworks blunder. Not surprisingly, no news report appeared on television in the initial few hours after the fire began.Anyone who pays any attention at all to China will know that bad news faces many obstacles on its way to reaching the rest of the world. But in recent years new social media tools ensure that information can spread (pardon the pun) like wildfire. Here's the path that this particular story took.
Path To The Old Ones
2009-02-07 17:24:00
י"ג שבט תשס"טImbolgen 13This past week I've felt particularly under psychic attack. Literal happenings have contributed to this feeling, though their actual role in the psychic pressure surrounding me has been unclear. Nevertheless, right before leaving work yesterday, I was given mildly disturbing news. Consequently then, I went into this shabbat with a feeling of uneasiness and unrest.To get to the source of and to eliminate the negative energy disrupting my shabbat rest, I enlisted the aid of my Ancestors. Simply, my spell was "help me."A little later in the evening, I drew one card of divination from my Well Worn Path deck. That card was The Old Ones. The teaching of this card calls us to examine the foundation of our beliefs. The Old Ones of Tradition are prehuman Primal Earth spirits of the Forgotten Age in complete unity with Ancestral Memory. They stand, as a Multiplicity in Unity, as first stirrings of Human Awareness in connection with All, and in singularity as ...
Q-Phone: A Cool Spy Gadget - And a Sure Path to Divorce
2009-02-03 06:54:00
Get a cell phone as a gift lately? Better take a closer look at it, because it could not only be a cell phone, but also a global-wide listening device. And you're the one being listened to.
mysticism?s dark path
2009-01-17 22:46:00
Saturday 17: It was another late night last evening, trying to find the best etailer for my cartoon posters. However, after my bath, I found myself reading of Simone Weil (again). Earlier in the week, it was St John of the Cross and the Dark Night of the Soul. And, again, I thought how odd ...
Aldawg's Path To The Threepeat
2009-01-10 13:24:00
43-35 ATS (18,000 Dawg Bones)Unemployment is high, and so is the Dawg's bankroll. My Saturday selections:Baltimore +3 over Tennessee Tittys (1000 Dawg Bones)Arizona/Carolina OVER 48.5 (1000 Dawg Bones)This is too easy.Aldawg
Nouveau Riche path for Real Estate Investing
2009-01-07 15:48:00
Nouveau Riche teaches about Real Estate Investments. Nouveau Riche merge Community Benefit Companies and education that helps people to build wealth through flourishing Real Estate Investing, and it also provide the resources and support to start investing. Nouveau Riche Real Estate Investment College helps you to become a Real Estate Investor. Nouveau Riche is entirely dedicated to constant
The Path to Peace? Winning the War.
2008-12-30 16:06:00
Jules Crittenden, today, in a great and extended article: Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak wants “war to the bitter end.” Hamas is on the run, its terrorist infrastructure and personnel being blown to bits as we speak. All good, but at the end of the day, all that gets you is a pile of rubble and a bunch of dead terrorists, international condemnation, and you start all over again. So, what next? There’s been a fair amount handwringing about how this all goes nowhere, it’s a zero-sum game just leaves Palestinians more angry, prospects for peace in a shambles, shocked international community alienated, and then the cycle starts again. What if the exact opposite is true, and the destruction of Hamas is the best thing that ever happened to the Palestinians? Their game of murderous harrassing fire, after all, was the real go-nowhere game that kept the people of Gaza isolated, under the Israeli boot, suffering, wishing for another border fence holiday to cross into Egypt and ...
By: BitsBlog
Energy Path: Déjà vu All Over Again?
2008-12-28 14:32:00
Is our nation, again about to blow decades, energy and fortunes by focusing on the wrong energy solutions? What energy technology paths do you see the most hope for, or those that should receive the most attention and investment? We've seen the missteps in the past, in pursuing technologies tha
Continental Airlines 737 path off runway traced - The Denver Post
2008-12-22 22:59:00
More At The Denver Post: “The Continental Airlines 737 jet that departed a DIA runway Saturday night traveled nearly a half mile through fields, then up and over a taxiway and airport service road like a 4-wheeling Jeep before coming to rest on its belly a short distance from an airport fire station, a site visit for news media revealed today.The National Transportation Safety Board took a pool of reporters and photographers to the crash scene for a 20-minute visit shortly after noon today.The tracks made by the plane's wheels were clearly visible where they veered off runway 34Right and traveled over a field, crossed taxiway WC, then dropped down a steep embankment and traveled through a depressed area before bouncing over Kewaunee Street, an airport service road.One of the plane's main landing gears rested on the other side of Kewaunee, so it appeared that the jolt of hitting the raised roadway sheared off the main gears. The other main gear sat about 75 yards from the roadway...
The Path to Victory: Grassroots Republicanism
2008-12-13 16:44:00
Let’s start, with a premise: Every Republican president candidate since 1964 has had their level of success or failure, respectively, tied directly to the degree of voter perception that they have or have not turned their back on conservatism. Consider the history of the thing… and it all flows one way: Nixon billed himself a conservative, and successfully, even though in most respects he was a California Moderate, and came down more or less where  John McCain was in the most recent election; to the left of George W Bush.  Yet, Nixon had an electoral landslide in both elections. (Admittedly, the Democrats he ran against were a laughable lot, which didn’t hurt him.) Bush 41 figured if he bent over forward enough, the left would like him.   Remember he was doing what the Democrats asked him to do, re; the ’no new taxes’ pledge? How did they respond? By beating him over the head with the fact that he did what they asked. The voters did the same, seeing clea...
By: BitsBlog
Christian gets voted off the narrow path
2008-12-12 16:15:00
James Dobson has finally gotten his wish. Richard Cizik has been forced to resign from his position in the National Association of Evangelicals after 28 years.  His crime? He admitted in public that he was in the process of ceasing to be bigoted towards gay people. In a short portion of the program, [host Terry] Gross ...
By: Bligbi
Tortoise Energy (TYG): Steady path to high returns
2008-11-19 06:00:00
"Master imited partnerships are offering sky-high yields, which makes this an outstanding time to buy into well-positioned MLPs and lock in double-digit or near double-digit yields," explains Elliott Gue (http://www.thestockadvisors.co-m/ccount/click.php?id=2585).In- his top-notch The Energy Strategist (http://www.thestockadvisors.co-m/ccount/click.php?id=2585), he discusses his favorite MLP fund for those seeking diversified holdings of these income-vehicles: Tortoise Energy Infrastructure (http://www.thestockadvisors.co-m/quote.htm?sym=tyg) (NYSE: TYG (http://www.thestockadvisors.co-m/quote.htm?sym=tyg))."MLPs offer myriad tax advantages for investors. MLPs pay no corporate-level taxation and simply pass through their profits to unitholders. This is why you’ll sometimes hear MLPs called pass-through securities."For most MLPs, somewhere between 80 and 100% of the distributions you receive will be taxed as return of capital (ROC) payments."This portion of the distribution isn&rsquo...
Which Path for Auto Power?
2008-11-06 14:13:00
Automotive engineers are redesigning engines for flexfuel, with a goal of half of new cars to be able to burn a mix of 85% ethanol, 15% gasoline. Is this the right path to pursue for the next five-years? Some say ethanol is false energy conservation, since making it consumes as much fossil fuel as t
On the path to change
2008-11-06 05:12:00
Yesterday we elected the 44th president of the United States. Elections are always exciting. Will your candidate win? How close will it be? What weird thing will CNN do? [Holograms? Who would've guessed?] But this election had even more historical importance than other elections in my lifetime. Up until yesterday we have always elected old, white ...
Which Path for Auto Power?
2008-10-23 15:00:00
Automotive engineers are redesigning engines for flexfuel, with a goal of half of new cars to be able to burn a mix of 85% ethanol, 15% gasoline. Is this the right path to pursue for the next five-years? Some say ethanol is false energy conservation, since making it consumes as much fossil fue
On Traveling the Sufi Path | Interview with Dr. Stewart Bitkoff
2008-10-21 19:40:00
"Lets rememberwho we are.each momentis another opportunityto draw closer."- Stewart Bitkoff"As our society moves forward in its study and growing understanding of different spiritual paths, one of the things required is a dialogue concerning the nature of personal enlightenment. Or said another way, after studying a particular spiritual path, for the average traveler, what does personal spiritual development look like?"- Enlightenment: An Initial Discussion. following is part 2 of the dialogue with author and educator Dr. Stewart Bitkoff. It was conducted on early October, 2008. the first part can be read here. Sadiq // Your training in sufi path is quite unique given that it happened in the heart of the west by an eastern teacher who in sufi term was a hidden teacher and timing wise it was in early 70's, which was also a very unique, changing times (equally true from planetary evolution perspective). Tell us something about the nature of this initiation with regard to the path, ...
Business Bankruptcy In China. The Five Fold Path.
2008-10-16 10:06:00
Will Lewis at Experience Not Logic dissects an Economist article to come up with four methods failing businesses in China employ when faced with having to shut down their business: 1. Informal Agreements With Employees and the Government. Work out an agreement with your employees and the relevant governmental bodies to allow you to shut down. 2. Court Supervised Bankruptcy Reorganization. The laws are too vague to give confidence to lenders seeking to lend to the troubled company, so this "relief" is virtually never undertaken. 3. Walk Away. Lock the gates and leave town and hope nobody follows. Hundreds of small Korean owned companies did this in Qingdao last year. 4. Informal Governmental Recapitalization. If you are too big or important to fail, get the local government to prop you up to save jobs and the local economy. I add my own fifth one, which is no doubt getting more difficult due to the credit crunch: 5. Get A Foreign Company To Buy You Out . Wh...
Seeking the Complete Human | Guide on the Path
2008-10-14 22:45:00
1.Feed your heart in..... conversationwith someone harmonious........... with it;seek spiritual advancementfrom one who is.............. advanced.- from Rumi's Mathnawi, I, 726translated by Kabir & Camille Helminski2.Consider how wool is turned into an elegantly designed carpet by coming into contact with an intelligent person.See how dirt can be turned into a fine palace by coming into contact with an intelligent person.If association with the intelligent has such an effect on inanimate objects, think what effect will be when one seeker of God associate with another!- Rumi, from The Rumi Collection by Editor, Kabir Helminski3.On the importance of a good guide (Shaykh) on the path of seeking the Truth, the gnostic Abdul-Qadir al-Jilani, may God be pleased with him, said:'You must work hard to ensure that your hearts are not locked out of the door of His nearness. Be sensible! You are getting nowhere. You must seek the company of a Shaikh who is learned in the sacred law [hukm]...
Anwar's path to power by SBS
2008-09-11 17:25:00
It caught me by surprised as SBS Australia interviewed Anwar Ibrahim, Pak Lah & Khairy in the coverage of political news that was broadcasted in the TV.Click here for the video.Quote of the day by Anwar Ibrahim"All the children of Malaysia are our children, a Malay child is my child, a Chinese child is my child, an Indian child is my child."
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