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MMAFightingonSBN
Monday March 27, 2017 @ 12:16:25 AM mt

Arnold Allen Explains Why His 'Street Fighter' Mom Is 'Banned' From His Fights




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MMAFightingonSBN
Monday March 27, 2017 @ 04:17:57 PM mt

Dillon Danis Claims He's Highest-Paid Fighter in Bellator




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Kat Blaque
Monday March 27, 2017 @ 03:49:07 PM mt

THE END OF YOUTUBE




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Matt3756
Monday March 27, 2017 @ 03:45:40 PM mt

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National Geographic
Monday March 27, 2017 @ 03:11:48 PM mt

Dive With Dozens of Playful Sea Lions National Geographic




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Starz
Monday March 27, 2017 @ 03:11:07 PM mt

Fight Club Saturday Movies STARZ




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Monday March 27, 2017 @ 03:11:07 PM mt

The Missing Season 2 Episode 8 Preview STARZ




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Monday March 27, 2017 @ 03:11:07 PM mt

Black Sails Season 4 Episode 10 Preview STARZ




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The Guardian
Monday March 27, 2017 @ 03:04:14 PM mt

The Path by Michael Puett Christine Gross-Loh how to turn your life around



Forget navel-gazing the authors of this bestselling self-help book claim that ancient Chinese wisdom offers an easy way to the good life. But does it say anything new?

There isnt an Advertising Standards Authority for book covers, but it does seem a bit cheeky to use the subtitle ANew Way to Think About Everything when the whole point is that this way to think about everything is extremely old. Michael Puett, teacher of a popular Harvard course inChinese philosophy, has partnered with the writer Christine Gross-Loh toconstruct a large-print self-help book based on their readings of ancientChinese wisdom. The path ofthe title is the tao, or the Way. It remains to be seen whether it is also agarden path up which the trusting reader is led.

Each chapter draws lessons for modern life from a particular Chinese thinker or text. So we hear about Confucius on the usefulness of social ritual; Mencius and the impossibility ofmaking plans; Zhuangzi on trained spontaneity; Xunzi on preferring artifice to nature; Laozi on soft power, and so forth. One problem is that the ancient-but-totally-new wisdom the authors cherry-pick from their sources is, by and large, completely unsurprising. These notions, they promise initially, flip on its head everything weunderstand about getting to know ourselves and getting along with other people. Except that they dont, as the authors proceed to confess. Most of us know all this, to some extent, they concede; None of these ideas is new to us, they allow; Of course, all this iscommon sense, they admit.

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