Why stay Curious?


17 Reasons to Always Stay Curious Curiosity isn’t always seen in a positive light, in part due to its association with prying into other people’s business. In other words, nosiness. Perhaps that’s why English poet Lord Byron wrote, “I loathe that low vice — curiosity,” in his epic poem Don Juan. And, of course, we all know … Continue reading Why stay Curious?

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is Mother Theresa Day? In 1910, Agnes Goinxha Bejaxhiu was born in Skopje, Macedonia. When she grew up, she entered a convent in Ireland, took the name Sister Theresa, and later traveled as a missionary sister to India, where she worked among the poorest of the poor. ~~~ Today's … Continue reading Did you know…

New York human rights organisation ‘racing against the clock’ to get Afghan artists to safety


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9 Renaissance Artists on Creative Inspiration


The Renaissance (French for “rebirth”) was an era of cultural transformation that blossomed in Italy and spread throughout Europe during the 14th to 16th centuries. Numerous societal shifts contributed to the movement, including a renewed interest and investment in the arts and sciences, the Reformation of the Christian Church, and the increased use of the … Continue reading 9 Renaissance Artists on Creative Inspiration

Newsletter: Intelligence Fusion…


Friday 27th 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 & ASIAAzerbaijan and ArmeniaTensions have grown between Armenia and Azerbaijan in recent weeks due to a series of confrontations on the shared border. On … Continue reading Newsletter: Intelligence Fusion…

‘Fair Is Foul, and Foul Is Fair’: 16 Antimetaboles


'Fair Is Foul, and Foul Is Fair': 16 Antimetaboles An antimetabole is a rhetorical device in which words are repeated in successive clauses but in reverse order, such as the proverbs “fair is foul and foul is fair” or “by failing to prepare you are preparing to fail.” The word itself comes from the Greek … Continue reading ‘Fair Is Foul, and Foul Is Fair’: 16 Antimetaboles

Antimetaboles


'Fair Is Foul, and Foul Is Fair': 16 Antimetaboles An antimetabole is a rhetorical device in which words are repeated in successive clauses but in reverse order, such as the proverbs “fair is foul and foul is fair” or “by failing to prepare you are preparing to fail.” The word itself comes from the Greek … Continue reading Antimetaboles

Newsletter: Interesting Bull Sheet


Stocks and crypto steady ahead of Powell’s big speech August 27, 2021 Happy Friday!Set yourself an alert for 10 a.m. E.T. today. That’s when Fed Chair Jerome Powell speaks. Investors will be paying close attention to any comments about the central bank’s plan to taper asset purchases, a move that would essentially remove a bit of jet … Continue reading Newsletter: Interesting Bull Sheet