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Halcyon monitors change for more than 150 key elements of life.

Quietness

What's Changing? - Quietness

Quietness

 

Please see below selected quietness-related change.

 

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October 2020

 

September 2020

On Henry David Thoreau
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Halcyon In Kal… 4 August 2020

 

In the 1840s Henry David Thoreau swapped his busy schedule in Concord, Massachusetts, for a wooden hut he built himself near Walden Pond. We had the privilege to visit Walden in July 2012; it exceeded expectations in its tranquility and beauty - and the swim in the pond itself was unforgettable.

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On Meditation
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Halcyon In Kal… 7 November 2018

Research suggests that meditation can change brain structure, enhance mental abilities and 

On the unnamed
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Halcyon In Kal… 15 September 2018

 

The growing good of the world is partly dependent on unhistoric acts; and that things are not so ill with you and me as they might have been, is half owing to the number who lived faithfully a hidden life, and rest in unvisited tombs - George EliotMiddlemarch

 

Unexpected celebrities have in recent times included the likes of Captain Sully Sullenberger and Susan Boyle, whose years of patiently working on their own talents suddenly came good, shooting them instantly to international attention, and who then accepted the spotlight, perhaps reluctantly, but with quiet dignity nonetheless.

On Anonymity Halcyon In Kal… 21 January 2016

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Is our great contemporary fear anonymity?

If the property that grounded the self in Romanticism was sincerity, and in modernism was authenticity, then in postmodernism is it visibility?  So asked the writer of a thought-provoking article on our obsession with connectivity.

Is this what our contemporary selves really want?  To be recognised, to be connected, to be visible, if not to the millions via, say, the X Factor, then at least to the hundreds, via Twitter or Facebook or LinkedIn?

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There can be no very black misery to him who lives in the midst of Nature and has his senses still - Henry David Thoreau

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Silence never yet betrayed anyone - Antoine de Rivarol

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Never explain - your friends do not need it and your enemies will not believe you anyway - Elbert Hubbard

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