Monthly Archives: March 2011

BN 4.5 People Gotta Move

My bike.   My transportation for the daily commute to work .  Indirectly, a means to fulfill the basic needs of food and shelter. But my bike helps with a whole other level of need fulfillment. I could get to work … Continue reading

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BN4 Lunch

A short video of the Basic Needs of our kids when they go to school. A sack lunch.

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Ride your hobby horse

“Today is life-the only life you are sure of. Make the most of today. Get interested in something. Shake yourself awake. Develop a hobby. Let the winds of enthusiasm sweep through you. Live today with gusto.” Dale Carnegie This is … Continue reading

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An Overstatement

..and God said, let there be sisters, who slice nectarines for brothers, that their breakfast may be sanctified, their bodies made whole.

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Week 4 Basic Needs

Number Four in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs: Need for Esteem. “When the three classes of needs are satisfied, the needs for esteem can become dominant. These involve needs for both self-esteem and for the esteem a person gets from others. Humans … Continue reading

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Basic Needs wk4 -A Hiking Partner-

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Analog Laundry

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Love, Affection and Belongingness

Maslow again with the third most important need:  Love, Affection and Belongingness. ” When the needs for safety and for physiological well-being are satsified, the next class of needs for love, affection and belongingness can emerge. Maslow states that people … Continue reading

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Spring is here and the sounds and sights of Summer are here. We saw some birds drinking from a bucket of water in the back yard so I setup my tripod and recorded some video. Two of the basic needs … Continue reading

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