WORD OF THE DAY


Ethnography eth-NAH-ɡrə-fee Part of speech: noun Origin: French, early 19th century 1 The scientific description of the customs of individual peoples and cultures. Examples of Ethnography in a sentence "The required reading touched on the ethnography of the country, not just the history." "You can be a tourist, but you can also immerse yourself into a culture’s ethnography."

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Susurrus soo-SUR-əs Part of speech: noun Origin: Latin, mid-19th century 1 Whispering, murmuring, or rustling. Examples of Susurrus in a sentence "The quiet susurrus is a soothing backdrop for reading." "You could hear the susurrus of the audience before the curtain went up."

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Susurrus soo-SUR-əs Part of speech: noun Origin: Latin, mid-19th century 1 Whispering, murmuring, or rustling. Examples of Susurrus in a sentence "The quiet susurrus is a soothing backdrop for reading." "You could hear the susurrus of the audience before the curtain went up."

The Recorder – ‘Thought for Today’


‘Thought for Today’ Published: 7/2/2020 9:06:36 AM Modified: 7/2/2020 9:06:26 AM I’ve been sad to see that the “Today in History” feature (historical facts, birthdays) hasn’t been including the “Thought for Today” section — it comes at the end of the article, and may have gotten cut for space. Two of my favorites (that I’ve … Continue reading The Recorder – ‘Thought for Today’

Today in History – The New York Times


Today in History By The Associated Press July 3, 2020, 12:01 a.m. ET Today in History Today is Friday, July 3, the 185th day of 2020. There are 181 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On July 3, 1863, the three-day Civil War Battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania ended in a major … Continue reading Today in History – The New York Times

Interesting Quartz Newsletter


HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW The US Senate finalized China sanctions over Hong Kong. The legislation now heads to president Donald Trump to sign. Meanwhile, German chancellor Angela Merkel said her country’s existing asylum laws apply to Hong Kongers, and Australia is considering options for safe haven visas for Hong Kong residents. The US had its biggest single day increase … Continue reading Interesting Quartz Newsletter

Ethical Alliance Daily News


Ethical Alliance Daily News United States: SF Supervisor Introduces Anti-Corruption Legislation In Wake Of Public Works Scandal Jul 02, 2020 06:00 pm In the wake of the release of a preliminary report about the recent public corruption scandal in San Francisco, Supervisor Matt Haney announced he will introduce an anti-corruption legislative package that aims to … Continue reading Ethical Alliance Daily News

From an unknown Poet via WhatsApp.


YOUNG VS OLD. ​When YOUNG, I was WORRIED about MY PIMPLES. When I am OLD, I am WORRIED about MY WRINKLES. When I was YOUNG, I was WAITING to HOLD HER HAND. When OLD, I am WAITING for SOMEONE to HOLD MY HAND. When YOUNG, I was LONGING to be ALONE. When I am OLD, … Continue reading From an unknown Poet via WhatsApp.

Toastmasters International -Are You Listening?


via Toastmasters International - Are You Listening? Active listening is not about you; it's about the other person. By Peggy Beach   Listening seems to be a dying art. Modern society is fast-paced and noisy, with television, podcasts, web series, and more all competing for our attention. Our society is so fast-paced that according to a … Continue reading Toastmasters International -Are You Listening?

James Clear Newsletter


3-2-1 Thursday Note: You are receiving this email because you subscribed to my weekly 3-2-1 newsletter. Every Thursday, I share 3 ideas from me, 2 quotes from others, and 1 question for you to ponder. Occasionally, I also send out long-form articles on habits and self-improvement. 3 ideas, 2 quotes, 1 question (July 2, 2020) "Working … Continue reading James Clear Newsletter

via Seth. Godin Newsletter


Our top story When you talk about your last job, your last vacation, the things that happened when you were 12… What do you lead with? Do you lead with, “I broke my ankle that summer and rarely got out” or is it, “I stuck with my reading regimen and read all of Shakespeare.” Because … Continue reading via Seth. Godin Newsletter