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Two Quick Follow-ups on the Divided Brain

There are two important points that I did not make in my last post on Iain McGilchrist’s book entitled The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World. 1) McGilchrist spends considerable time taking the concept “selfish gene” to the woodshed. This idea was popularized back in the 1970s […]

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Was Descartes Schizophrenic? Iain McGilchrist on the Answer

Yes. I know. I haven’t written a Bowlby Less Traveled blog post in many months. I simply got to a point where I was only going to write a blog post if something important popped up on my radar screen. Something has. I’m currently reading a book by Iain McGilchrist entitled The Master and His […]

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FHL Foundation Makes Summer 2019 Grants

At its summer 2019 board meeting, the board of the FHL Foundation voted to make the following grant awards: Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation – Summer Camp Programs – $20,000 Trees, Water & People – Environmental Protection – $2,000 The San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council – Environmental Protection – $2,000 Wildlands Restoration Volunteers – Environmental Protection […]

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FHL Foundation Makes Winter 2019 Grants

At our January 29th, 2019, board meeting, the board approved the following grants: Explora Science Museum (Bringing STEM programs to APS schools) — $10,000 Paws & Stripes (Supporting the veteran – service dog therapeutic bond) — $10,000 Reading Works (Supporting adult literacy programs) — $10,000 Interfaith Community Shelter (Supporting services to the homeless) — $10,000 […]

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What Was Once Neglect, Is Now Habit

I recently spied an article by Renee Collett entitled 22 Habits of People Who Felt Neglected Growing Up. I found this article through Yahoo.com but it originally appeared over at The Mighty. Here’s the link to this article. I get the impression that Collett polled The Mighty community and simply asked what adult habits did […]

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