Buddhism is True

Simple explanation of Buddhism as NOT a religion. Some people utilize it that way, but it is NOT inherently “religious.” Thanks, Jessica Davidson!

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Scrambled Brain Challenge!

“The Scrambled Brain Challenge” makes me laugh. Great idea!

Inside Danielle's mind

As most of you know, this page is called TBI triumphs! I have a Traumatic Brain Injury, which I have gotten from a car accident that I was in high school, 16 years old, 17 years ago. My friend, Kristin, who I met through the TBI support group that I have recently begun attending [it’s at Fairfax Hospital, every 4th Friday of the month; comment on here or email me if you’d like further information].  The Scrambled Brain Challenge, is for TBI awareness, you can learn more about this condition and donate money on the Brain Injury Association.  It’s fun to show your support by cracking an egg on your head and post it on facebook-   but if you don’t want to crack an egg, please go to BIAUSA.org and read about these injuries.  Brain injuries DON’T discriminate, and can happen to anyone.

There’s a cute video…

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Wendy Davis Comes to BookPeople!

Anybody close enough to go? GO! Report back! #WendyDavisforGovernorofTexas

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BookPeople is honored to welcome Texas State Senator Wendy Davis to BookPeople to sign her new memoir, Forgetting To Be Afraid: A Memoir, on Thursday, September 11 at 12:30pm.

Davis became an overnight political sensation and a hero to women’s rights supporters across the country when she single-handedly filibustered Governor Rick Perry’s sweeping bill that aimed to close all but five abortion clinics in our state. She is now the first Democrat to make a serious run for governor of Texas in two decades.

Tickets are required to attend this event and are now available in-store at BookPeople (603 N. Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX)and via bookpeople.com. 

For more important info, please visit our website. We hope you can join us for this exciting event!

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