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In this lesson, learn how to put all the good Dr. Crawford has taught into practice. Live every day as if everything were a miracle—even Einstein says so! Confidence, clarity, perspective, wisdom; these virtues are easier said than done. As well as getting some tips from Albert Einstein, this lesson offers a system for dealing with stress and bringing good virtues into all aspects of life.


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The association of art with altered states of consciousness goes back a long way. Archeological evidence of fermented beverages and some of the oldest musical instruments were found... Produced by PRI and WNYC.


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You don't need to spend your hard-earned money at the nail salon to keep your nails beautiful and strong. This lesson from Mod Nails shows you which products you’ll need and how to use each one to treat cuticles and nails. For the initial investment, you will be rewarded with consistently great results and long-term savings.


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Newbie photographer, start doing stuff in Adobe Photoshop! In this Photoshop lesson, learn about keyboard shortcuts, how to open and place an image, and how to get your image ready for editing. Create a blank canvas to start retouching and learn how to properly undo mistakes because, well, they happen.


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Put your hands together and practice more two-hand coordination on the piano! In this lesson, the left hand grooves the 12-bar blues and the right syncopates. Piano instructor Kent Smith notes that any style of piano playing requires good coordination between the hands. Left and right hand coordination takes practice, but once you have it down, you’ll be a funky, blues-playin’ machine!


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This lesson is a two-for-one! Keryn from StyleNovice first teaches you how to make a quilt block pattern called the square in a square, which uses standard squares and half square triangles. Then, choose between making either the four diamond quilt block or the dutchman's puzzle for your last quilt block before piecing it all together into a full-size homemade quilt!


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