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Notice anything that passes through your awareness without judgment. If your mind starts to tackle your to-do list, just return to focusing on your breath. Close your eyes, relax and imagine a peaceful place, like a forest.

Engage all your senses: Hear the crunching leaves, smell the damp soil, feel the breeze. Sit quietly and pick any meaningful or soothing word, phrase, or sound. You can repeat the mantra aloud or silently. Experts say the repetition creates a physical relaxation response.

Participate in a meditative form of exercise. Try tai chi or qi gong, which use soothing, flowing motions. This manual presents communicative and educational approaches and tools for youth and other human rights activists to develop their own counter and alternative narratives to hate speech. It is designed for working with young people from the age of 13. Based on the principles of human rights education and youth participation, We CAN.

National Campaign Committees and campaign partners are invited to translate the manual. Taking action against hate speech through counter and alternative narratives This manual presents communicative and educational approaches and tools for youth and other human rights activists to develop their own counter and alternative narratives to hate speech.

This section provides: A complete set of hand-outs used with the manual A case illustrating how to develop a counter narrative using the manual Inspiring examples from the campaign and other partners Download We CAN. I was too young to participate but did my best to disrupt jr. I didn't know about the Woodstock Festival until two weeks after it occurred, and I remember how much I hated being oppressed by a traditional establishment patriarchy who wouldn't even drive me across town to an anti-war demonstration.

When I finally saw the documentary the following year, I knew I had missed something that was epic and iconic. I've also spent quality time in the Catskills--I love that part of the country. Lee's film certainly captures the beauty of White Lake, and generally recreates the groove and vibe of a specific time and place, but the narrative seemed somehow disjointed (unintentional pun) There seemed to be too many empty moments substituting for poignancy, and undeveloped stories that might have added a bit more depth to Lee's tale.

I enjoyed Liev Schreiber whose drag was not only believable, but also compelling. Henry Goodman, as Eliot's beleaguered father, was also finely developed, but Imelda Stauntan played his mother as a shrewish fishwife with virtually no redeeming character qualities.

Not even after pot brownies. I'm also eager to watch the documentary again with it's hippie-trippie split screens and portraits of long gone poets, artists, and other kindred spirits. A man working at his parents' motel in the Catskills inadvertently sets in motion the generation-defining concert in the summer of 1969.

Almost everyone has them on the side of their houses now, but these weren't in use until many years later. QuotesCarol: Everyone with their little perspective. Perspective shuts out the universe, it keeps the love out. Demetri Martin as Eliot Teber, was adorable but I was frustrated by his poker face (something that makes his stage comedy hilarious).

Seeing "Taking Woodstock" makes me miss my long lost soundtrack of the original concert, something I shall remedy this weekend. Who plays the musicians at the concert. Do they use any of the music from Woodstock. Tales of the Mirror is a landscape-mode visual novel game created by Cotton Games. As a player, you solve a series of mysteries in the mid and late Ming Dynasty, in the south of Yangtze River.

One day, while enjoying the view of a lake, you meet Ren Sanniang (a female NPC). After she tearfully tells you her bitter story, you decide to help her redress the injustices her family had suffered. You need to crack the case within a specified number of days, and you need to use an ancient mirror to reveal the lies and secrets hidden behind the words in your quest for the truth.

Behind the twists and turns of the bizarre story lies the human condition and life-and-death decisions.