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mo cohen
performer, writer, director, thinker; peacemaker, poet and coach; lover of the west wing, bob dylan, maple syrup and the sea.
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mo cohen Apr 17
Thank you I can relax now
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mo cohen Apr 17
and any other seekers I’m searching for instructions for Ken’s exercise where “I’m saying what you would be saying if I had said it ...”
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The Muskeum of Elonglish Rural Life Apr 16
this sheep is perfectly bred to the exact dimensions of carry-on luggage
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Jack Martin Leith Apr 17
This is the first item I read this morning after walking around the park across the street and watching the blackbirds and squirrels. You're not involved in design thinking? Read it anyway. It applies to all of us. Great stuff. TY Ahmet
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Susie Dent Apr 17
Lethologica: the inability to remember the right word (including, probably, this one). Tartle: to hesitate awkwardly when greeting or introducing someone, as you've completely forgotten their name.
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John Hansard Gallery Apr 15
The April issue of has a great article on our current , 'More than Stories: A Film Trilogy'. Now entering its final few weeks, catch the show before it closes on Saturday 4 May >>>
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Kirsty Sedgman Apr 16
thanks to ⁦⁩ for the reminder that within the lurks the phrase “piss cannot always wait”, which is an actual sentence I actually wrote in an actual academic book 😆
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Aaron Cummins Apr 15
Great to welcome new colleagues to the Morecambe Bay family today! Helping to create a great place to work and a great place to be cared for ☺️.... 👍😂
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mo cohen Apr 16
That’s what we do
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mo cohen Apr 16
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Bill Kristol Apr 15
It will be a happy moment when President Flying Water Tankers is a private citizen once again, a mere occasional annoyance rather than a national embarrassment.
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Bill Kristol Apr 14
If Tiger can come back to win the Masters in 2019, the Republican Party can come back to dump Trump in 2020.
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Dr. Evelyne Godfrey Apr 13
My grandfather, aged 15, in 1919, just after the . Along with 1000s, he was arrested and sentenced to hang for protesting against the mass murder. He escaped. Today please remember the many others imprisoned & hanged for demanding freedom from Colonial rule
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Cathy Hills Apr 13
“I have a science degree, an honours bachelor of science, but what helped me through high school -I was in choir, in band and on the stage in our drama productions - that kept me well. The arts also lead to jobs" Halton School Board Chair via
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Louise Hardy Apr 14
Hugely enjoyed this! Clear links between medicine & creative arts; where positivism becomes a happy friend of interpretevism.
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my illustrated mind Apr 14
Despite being a medical & completing a PhD, it took 3 yrs of therapy to teach me that self-worth should not be tied to achievements, but only to our own uniqueness, in its entirety. You were born special. This is what we should teach our children.
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mo cohen Apr 14
Peanuts Donuts and root beer- three of my all time faves
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Phil  woodford Apr 14
The rise of 'presenteeism' in the workplace
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Phil  woodford Apr 13
No kids so we’ve gone the theatre bar to play scrabble & coffee!
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Bill Kristol Apr 13
I wouldn't have believed you if you'd told me a president of the United States would be saying far nicer things about Kim Jong Un than about, say, Robert Mueller.
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