Open Mind

Some articles on open mind, open:

Open Mind (horse)
... Open Mind (foaled 1986 - died 1998) was an American Thoroughbred racing filly ... Open Mind (chestnut filly, by Deputy Minister out of Stage Lucky, by Stage Door Johnny), was bred in New Jersey by Due Process Stables ... Wayne Lukas, Open Mind was named champion 2-year-old filly of 1988 when she won four of six starts, including the Grade I Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies with Angel Cordero, Jr ...
Life (Des'ree Song) - Track Listings
... single - UK "Life" (single version) — 328 "Open Mind" — 419 CD maxi 1 - UK "Life" — 328 "Open Mind" — 419 "Get a Life" — 332 "I'm Kissing You ...
The Open Mind (TV Series) - History
... saying, attributed to Barnard College dean Virginia Gildersleeve among others, "Keep an open mind, but not so open that your brains fall out." However, during the hour-long interview with Baker ... The Open Mind is one of the few first-run shows to be seen in commercial and public television at the same time ... The Open Mind is currently involved in a project to digitize its entire archive of over 1400 episodes ...
Michael Baum - Criticisms of Alternative Medicine
... In an article entitled "Should We Maintain an Open Mind about Homeopathy?" published in the American Journal of Medicine, Michael Baum and Edzard Ernst -- writing to other physicians—wrote some ... To have an open mind about homeopathy or similarly implausible forms of alternative medicine (eg, Bach Flower remedies, spiritual healing, crystal therapy) is therefore not an option ... in homeopathy exceeds the tolerance of an open mind ...

Famous quotes containing the words mind and/or open:

    My mind is not a bed to be made and re-made.
    James Agate (1877–1947)

    Parents offer an open womb. More than anyone else in your life, mothers, and sometimes fathers, can kiss it, and make it well when their grown children need to regress and repair. More than anyone else in your life, mothers, and sometimes fathers, can catch you when you start to fall. When you are in disgrace, defeat, and despair, home may be the safest place to hide.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)