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Shares informative scientific facts about everyday garbage, from the waste produced in a school cafeteria and the decomposition rates of trash bags to the cost-effectiveness of rechargeable batteries and ways to use garbage for science-fair ...
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Pull on your gloves and experience the science of trashology! It’s all about the stuff that’s thrown away: analyzing the waste produced by your school’s cafeteria, understanding the decomposition rates of garbage bags, comparing the cost effectiveness of one-use batteries versus rechargeables. This book is peppered with enlightening extras and humorous asides, such as background stories from expert "trashologists." Plus, kids get tips on how to rock the science fair.
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"A Wildmind is as spacious as a clear blue sky, as still as a lake at dawn; such a mind is a source of richness and fulfillment. It is our mind." This is a guidebook to that inner wildness.
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"A Wildmind is as spacious as a clear blue sky, as still as a lake at dawn; such a mind is a source of richness and fulfillment. It is our mind." This is a guidebook to that inner wildness. Buddhist meditation teacher Bodhipaksa shows us how we can use simple meditation practice to realize the potential of our minds and hearts, freeing ourselves from restrictive habits and fears. Working gently with our minds and emotions, we can learn to benefit others, and ourselves, by developing a more loving heart and a clearer mind. Drawn from the very successful online meditation website, "wildmind.org," it is written in short sections to encourage reflection and for practices to sink in.