The Spiritual Meaning Of 9/11 | The #WednesdayWisdom Show

The Spiritual Meaning Of 9/11 | The #WednesdayWisdom Show

Kabbalah sees the events of life not in terms of the physical, external details but through the frame of the underlying forces that are at work in our development – in our spiritual development. There is a goal , the goal is known and so are the forces known, and how they work on us. […]

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France: Yellow Vests and Unions Hit the Streets Over Pension Reforms

France: Yellow Vests and Unions Hit the Streets Over Pension Reforms

“We are going to join the unions and the pension [reform] protest, but well, us Yellow Vests will go further than this. We will not stop just with the pensions, we want to change the system. We are tired of this system that allows perverts like Macron who blinds, who mutilates, who imprisons all those […]

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Will The European Union Fall Apart?

Will The European Union Fall Apart?

Greece is in major financial trouble, which is seriously affecting all of Europe. Their threat to leave the Eurozone, which could create another major recession, has made some question whether the interconnectedness of the European Union is ultimately beneficial to it’s members. So, is it worth it to be in the EU? Well, the EU […]

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? The EURO CRISIS: Will the European Union COLLAPSE??

? The EURO CRISIS: Will the European Union COLLAPSE??

what is the euro crisis? it is, in simple words, the failure of euro, a currency which ties together 17 european countries. a currency, which in over the past three years, has brought Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Cyprus, to the brink of bankruptcy, giving birth to the european sovereign debt crisis, and threatning […]

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Transforming Schools into Democratic Communities | Ramin Farhangi | TEDxIHEParis

Transforming Schools into Democratic Communities | Ramin Farhangi | TEDxIHEParis

Translator: Ramin Farhangi Reviewer: Tingting Zhong Imagine that tomorrow, you start attending school again. Try to visualize this. Tomorrow, 9 am, you have Math. You will sit, and work on some calculus problems. At 10, you have Geography. You will sit, and fill out a map of Europe with all the countries and capitals, and […]

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AVOIR DEUX CULTURES – LE RIRE JAUNE

AVOIR DEUX CULTURES – LE RIRE JAUNE

How’s it going, Youtube? I was born in ’91 in the 92th department and I grew up in the 93rd (an arithmetic progression with common difference of 1) So I’m a French guy with Chinese-Vietnamese origins through my dad and Chinese-Belgian origins through my mom Yes. Belgian. Don’t ask. So I grew up with a […]

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Les Cultures du Sourire | Magdalena RYCHLOWSKA | TEDxClermont

Les Cultures du Sourire | Magdalena RYCHLOWSKA | TEDxClermont

Translator: Samantha Stark Reviewer: Roxana Sanchez Whenever anyone asks me what I do, I often say that I work on facial expressions. Well, that’s the official story. I actually work on smiles. This work has lasted for 8 years already. Can you hear my accent? I am Polish. I can tell you that smiling is […]

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Candide: Crash Course Literature #405

Candide: Crash Course Literature #405

Hello and welcome to Crash Course literature, the best of all possible Crash Courses, discussing the best of all possible novels here on the best of all possible sets. I am the best of all possible John Greens—which is saying something, because there are a lot of us. Today we’re discussing “Candide, or Optimism” a […]

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Microsoft announces AI for Cultural Heritage initiative

Microsoft announces AI for Cultural Heritage initiative

[MUSIC]>>Our cultural heritage as individuals, communities, and countries provides a link to where we came from and informs us about where we want to go.>>It’s embodied in the people we know, the languages we speak, the places we visit, and the historical artifacts that we hold dear.>>But as new technology propels us into the future, […]

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WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

This video was made possible by Skillshare. Churchill was a man with many talents. He was an artist, a butterfly enthusiast, and he had an unpublished manuscript about aliens. Clearly he was a man with an insatiable thirst for knowledge. Maybe he could have loaded up his computer, and logged on to Skillshare. An online […]

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