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School of Life – Always in Session!

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This is the first slide of our companion piece on Beliefnet.com to go with our episode called The School of Life.

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The School of Life is Always in Session !

Things We’re Bringing Back

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Original air date: Monday, November 03, 2014
Episode Description:

While Malayna and Stacy were busy celebrating bringing things back to life, they thought this would be a good time to look at other things that have been brought back. Remakes of popular films and TV series, fashions from the past, reboots and retooled fan favorites and mash-ups. Is everything old new again? Should it be? We’ll discuss and see if we can find new ways to look at it!

Connection, Oneness, spirits, animals, nature, each other

Songs:

  • Back to Life (Back to Reality) – Soul II Soul
  • Bring it Back, Sing it Back – Moloko
  • Evanescence – Bring Me To Life – “Wake me up inside”

Justin Timberlake already brought Sexy back in 2006, so that’s not on us.

My Bonnie – traditional Scottish folk song, and connects to OUTLANDER!

The origin of the song is often suggested that the subject of the song may be Charles Edward Stuart (‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’):[1] after the defeat of the Prince at the Battle of Culloden in 1746 and his subsequent exile, his Jacobite supporters could have sung the tune in his honour; and thanks to the ambiguity of the term “bonnie”, which can refer to a woman as well as to a man, they could pretend it was a love song.

Bring Back:

Paid Vacation Time! – The US is the only advanced economy in the world that does not guarantee any paid vacation days. It’s time for change.

Vacation Equality Project. http://www.vacationequalityproject.com/  or tweet #vacationequality

Community – Rev. Kristin Powell (Soulstream) mentioned So Cal not feeling like a sense of community. Never snowed in! Rock the Vote – talk to your neighbors!

Music Empowers Foundation – http://www.musicempowersfoundation.org/ and art as basic education

Renaissance People – educate, explore other fields

Respect, compassion,

Naps

Handwritten notes

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