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  1. SGUUF - November 8th Worship Service - Soul Searching

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    Service Description —————————————————— What is a soul? All through this political season, I have heard people from both sides saying that this election is “a battle for the soul of the nation”. How do we know when our souls are healthy? I believe that our souls are incomplete throughout much of our lifetimes. I believe that the yearning all humans have for a deeper connection to and experience of life relates to our soul’s need for meaning and our search for pieces of our soul that we have lost. How does that relate to this election? In my reflections this week, I will use a Buddhist koan to further confuse the issue — because a koan does not give us answers. The point of a koan is to leave us with more questions than answers….Where have you heard that before? Yes! That is a part of our Unitarian Universalist tradition — we are often proud of the fact that our faith tradition is more about questions than answers.

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  2. GTAC 2007: Ed Keyes - Sufficiently Advanced Monitoring is…

    Ed Keyes - Sufficiently Advanced Monitoring is Indistinguishable from Testing

    The 2nd Annual Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) in our New York office on August 23 and 24, 2007

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  3. Watch President Barack Obama’s full farewell speech

    President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address Tuesday from Chicago, where he launched his political career eight years ago. NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff is joined by syndicated columnist Mark Shields, Chairman of the American Conservative Union Matt Schlapp, and Harvard University historian Annette Gordon-Reed for analysis of the outgoing president’s speech.

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  4. Fail Early, Fail Often, Fail Well

    Josh Simmons https://2016.pycon-au.org/schedule/34/view_talk It happens. Things go south and it’s not even clear how. Your client and you can’t see eye to eye, or your enthusiastic new business partner has dropped off the radar. The project you’ve invested weeks, months, or years into may never see the light of day.

    Failure comes in many forms and the increasing complexity of our projects and the world they operate in doesn’t help. Despite our best efforts, learning the hard way is often the only way. Perhaps this is why modern startup culture has rallied around the mantra: “Fail fast. Fail early. Fail often.” But I spent the better part of my career failing in freelance, agency, and startups, and the experience leads me to believe the common refrain to be lacking.

    Like gymnasts who train to fall properly, I believe we must learn to fail well. In this talk, I draw from my experience learning the hard way, flagging the ten easiest and most insidious mistakes one can make. Because failure is inevitable, I will also be sharing a framework for recovery that includes managing yourself, your relationships, and your reputation.

    Attendees will leave with a better sense of what NOT to do, an idea of how to cope with failure, and the knowledge that failure is inevitable and that’s OK.

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