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Patrick Ireland

My name is Patrick Ireland, living in the Philippines with my wife and two daughters. I have been studying the web for over a decade. Now that I am 60 years old, I am starting to apply some of the knowledge that I have gained. "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to never stop questioning." -Einstein.

The Shad Ireland Foundation

“It is a great honor to have been recently contacted by Mr. Shad Ireland, of The Shad Ireland Foundation. Mr. Ireland is preparing to launch his  app for his M-Health kidney platform soon to be available worldwide. I am honored to be one of the first people in the Philippines, …

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There Is Something Going On, I Just Haven’t Yet Figured Out What Exactly It Is

  There is an attitude today, being proliferated by the wealthy classes around the world. This attitude entails the concept that the population of the world has reached a crisis level and that the de-population of the world will be to the benefit of maintaining the continuation of the wealthy …

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Protagonist-Centered Morality-The Head Of, “The Worm”

    Random Tropes Random Media TROPES MEDIA INDEXES FORUMS Report Advertisement Follow TVTropes Browse TVTropes Ask The Tropers Trope Finder You Know That Show… Trope Launch Pad Reviews DISPLAY OPTIONS Show Spoilers Night Vision Sticky Header Wide Load Report Advertisement Crucial Browsing Genre Media Narrative Other Categories Topical Tropes …

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Life Is a Cycle of Happiness, Sadness, Clarity, and Confusion

Woman Looking Up to the Sky

“Life is a cycle, always in motion. If good times have moved on, so will times of trouble.” ~Indian Proverb

Two years ago I went on a volunteer trip to Vietnam, where I had hoped to find both myself …

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Radicchio Salad with Lentils and Roasted Acorn Squash

When it comes to planning meals for small or large gatherings, I keep two things in mind: dietary restrictions and highlighting the beauty of each season. This radicchio salad with lentils and roasted acorn squash is definitely a dish of beauty. The best part? The squash roasts long enough so the skin is tender and [...]

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Healing After an Affair: How to Get Through the Pain of Infidelity

“I will breathe. I will think of solutions, I will not let my worry control me. I will not let my stress level break me. I will simply breathe. And it will be okay. Because I don’t quit.” ~Shayne McClendon

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How We Avoid Our Feelings and How Embracing Them Sets Us Free

Eyes

We numb our minds and heart so one need not be broken and the other need not be bothered.” ~Peggy Haymes

Feelings are important, no doubt about it. They communicate all sorts of information to us. I don’t …

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Everything Has The Same Value

Everyone can be your teacher, and everything can be an object of worship. When you can free yourself from the scales of judgement in your lower mind—where one thing is held in higher virtue than another—in your higher mind, everything has the same value. In this space, you see the teacher learns from their student, as the student Read More

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Life Skills for Adults to Improve Their Lives Radically

The Self Improvement Blog

There are a number of life skills activities for adults that all adults need to learn. These life skills for

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Kale and Chickpea Stew

Post in partnership with Muir Glen Organic. See below for more details. Sometimes I miss the snow. I miss the excuse of not leaving the house because you can’t get out the door. I miss the calming effect snow has as it falls. Most of all, I miss the cozy feeling of curling up on [...]

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