Your legs will get heavy and tired. Then comes a moment of feeling the wings you've grown, lifting.– Rumi: Selected Poems pic credit: pixabay.com
WORD OF THE DAY Hypocoristic hi-pə-kə-ris-tik Part of speech: noun Origin: Greek, mid-19th century 1 A form that denotes a pet name or diminutive form of a name. Examples of Hypocoristic in a sentence "She found the hypocoristic to be childish." "The father of eight came up with a hypocoristic for each child."
* The specific yes and the meandering no [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=179881194&f=1081591&c=7859614&u=5102652 %5D When a change arrives, some people embrace it. And because it's new, they have to be specific about why. They can talk clearly about the benefits it offers and why they feel drawn to the change it can produce. But many people don't embrace the change. … Continue reading * The specific yes and the meandering no
Tenzin Gyatso, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, turns 86 on June 6. Throughout his life, he has been a source of inspiration and wisdom — not just for Tibetan Buddhists, but for people everywhere. The Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader and monarch of Tibet. When he was just two years old, in 1937, Tenzin … Continue reading 14 Dalai Lama Quotes on Peace, Happiness, and Compassion
https://www.inspiringquotes.com/9-things-you-didnt-know-about-oscar-wilde/YFOTN7QR2wAGlBBz?utm_source=blog&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=60f95ecee9111a0ae94e0879 Oscar Wilde was born in 1854 and died in 1900. During those all-too-brief years, he built a reputation that would long outlive him. And while today he is known for his literary works, he is arguably just as famous for his legendary wit — as well as the scandal and ensuing imprisonment that upturned … Continue reading 9 Things You Didn’t Know About Oscar Wilde
https://www.inspiringquotes.com/infectious-optimism-from-sesame-street-muppets/YFNy5LQR2wAGlA_t?utm_source=blog&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=60f95ecee9111a0ae94e0879 When Sesame Street premiered on public television on November 10, 1969, no one could have predicted that the show would become an American institution. As a children's series based around educational goals and an ever-evolving curriculum, there were no guarantees of success. But during the development stage, producers Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett (of the … Continue reading Infectious Optimism From Sesame Street Muppets
YOUR INSIGHT OF THE DAYHappiness is the highest level of success.UnknownPic courtesy: Pixabay.com
Evolution proves to be just about as ingenious as Nikola Tesla https://bigthink.com/surprising-science/shark-intestine?utm_source=mailchimp&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weeklynewsletter
Did you know... ... that today is Corporate Baby Name Day? In 2001, AmericanBaby.com announced the results of an online poll that revealed that 21% of respondents would accept an offer to sell a corporation naming rights to their baby. Another 28% said they would consider it. Hello, baby Kraft. Hello, baby GM. 😉 ~~~ … Continue reading … that today is Corporate Baby Name Day
Friday 6th August 2021 Hi Dhananjaya, Here's your weekly rundown of the global security landscape, highlighting key incidents that have taken place from each region in the last seven days; MIDDLE EAST & ASIAIsrael and LebanonOn 4th August, two rockets were fired into northern Israel from southern Lebanon, with a third reportedly failing to make it … Continue reading Newletters I like and recommend: Intellifusion.
The end of the office [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=179904342&f=1081591&c=7861222&u=5102652 %5D The office is a fairly modern phenomenon. We got by for millenia without them. For a century, the office was simply a small room next to the factory or the store. The office was upstairs from the bakery, or next to the stockyard or the foundry. Proximity to the … Continue reading The End of the Office : via Seth Godin Newsletter