brainpickings.org newsletter I like


 This is the weekly email digest of the daily online journal Brain Pickings by Maria Popova. If you missed last week's edition — Keith Haring on loving life in the face of death, Mary Oliver on what an owl taught her about happiness, the author of "The Little Prince" on love — you can catch up right here. … Continue reading brainpickings.org newsletter I like

Doctors Are Preparing to Implant the World’s First Human Bionic Eye


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WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Trichromatic tri-kro-MAD-ik Part of speech: adjective Origin: Greek, early 17th century 1 Having or using three colors. 2 Having normal color vision, which is sensitive to all three primary colors. Examples of Trichromatic in a sentence "Have you noticed that most flags are trichromatic?" "My brother is colorblind, but I'm lucky to be trichromatic."

Remember: You Don’t Control What Happens, You Control How You Respond


Remember: You Don’t Control What Happens, You Control How You Respond The single most important practice in Stoic philosophy is differentiating between what we can change and what we can’t. What we have influence over and what we do not.  “The chief task in life is simply this: to identify and separate matters so that … Continue reading Remember: You Don’t Control What Happens, You Control How You Respond

Thousands Infected by Bacteria After Leak at Chinese Pharmaceutical Factory


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Failories newsletter. I like. for startpreneurs


👋 Hey Failories! It's Nico over here.2 weeks ago we started working on our first eBook. Today I have some exciting news ;)Based on the feedback I asked you some weeks ago for our #1 digital product, we came up with two eBook ideas.In order to find which one would perform the best, we created some quick … Continue reading Failories newsletter. I like. for startpreneurs

What comes first: ideas or words? The paradox of articulation | Aeon Essays


is an assistant professor of philosophy at Temple University in Philadelphia. He is the author of Articulating a Thought (2019). 3,300 words Edited by Sam DresserSYNDICATE THIS ESSAYTweet1,86410 Comments Aeon for Friends Find out more I caught this insight on the way and quickly seized the rather poor words that were closest to hand to pin it down … Continue reading What comes first: ideas or words? The paradox of articulation | Aeon Essays