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When Trees Eat Temples!

Training your brain to think of humbling experiences is a great exercise for the ego. One for me is Ta Prohm in Angkor, Cambodia, made famous in Lara Croft; Tomb Raiders with Angelina Jolie. This amazing temple which dates back to the 12th century was made to withstand the test of time yet again, nature outsmarts. The trees, some, 400 years old, send their roots down from a seed caught in the roof and grow for hundreds of years using the temple as support so when the trees die, the temple crumbles. Then one day the only record of this amazing structure will be what we capture on camera and …

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Flower Happy Philly in the Deep Freeze!

The famous writer “Goethe” said “whatever you can dream, begin it. Hundreds of thousands of people flock to Philadelphia in February when the temperature outside is hovering around zero to see a dream that keeps getting bigger and bigger. The Philadelphia Flower Show, the largest in the world, is nature in an unnatural setting that guarantees a happy experience. And if you didn’t get enough Oscar night, this year’s theme celebrates movies. In this clip, CEO, Drew Becher sums up the happiest place in a sentence.

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Philly Style Magazine Shines A Light

I opened the issue of Philly Style and my first impression was happiness because they chose a photo of designer, Alex Perry and me that was taken by my son, Ian II, who accompanied us  on our shoot in Australia for Tapping IN show.  I also knew I did not need to worry about anything they printed about me in the article because they never slam anyone. In fact, they always find the good in people and make them shine. I have noticed that their publication seems to add pages of advertising while exploitive ones seem to be thinning these days.  I believe very strongly in “change yourself, change the …

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Welcome To Tapping In! By Linda Swain

Hi, Thanks for tapping in to our website. We hope you like the show!  This is the beginning of Tapping IN and we hope to be a happiness generator for you and from you. Please allow us to share your valuable insight into what you have found brings happiness through your own experience. We all have this amazing ability to learn from the experience of others so our need to share information is built in. We also have a key ingredient necessary for a happy world and our journey is to tap into this and be fearless moving forward with it, happily. It’s  different strokes for different folks. We resonate …

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Luke Hines On The Paleo Diet

“I live by a palaeolithic style of eating. This is also known as a ‘hunter gatherer’ style of fueling your body. Basically, I am passionate about food that is natural, sourced and eaten in it purest form and food that is clean and nutritious. It’s described as a hunter gatherer style of eating because it is based on how the cavemen used to eat. They lived off the land and ate what was available, without processing or chemical alteration. For us to perform  at our optimum level, we need to fuel ourselves with optimal nutrition. For me, meat should be sustainable, bred free-range and the animals treated and killed with respect. I …

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