Being alone with your thoughts is a skill you can practise Photo by Brook Cagle/Unsplash Rémy Furreris a PhD candidate in social psychology at the University of Virginia. His research focuses on people’s causal reasoning regarding human agency and its influence on their social, cognitive and emotional experiences. Edited by Christian Jarrett Email Tweet Share Imagine you’re … Continue reading Being alone with your thoughts is a skill you can practise via: Psyche Newsletter
“Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass under trees on a summer's day, listening to the murmur of the water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is by no means a waste of time.” -- John Lubbock
YOUR INSIGHT OF THE DAYWe build too many walls and not enough bridges.Isaac Newton - 1643-1727 - Mathematician-Physicist-Astronomer-Author
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WORD OF THE DAY WORD OF THE DAY September 30, 2021 What It Means Filial means "of, relating to, or befitting a person's child." // Margaret's sense of filial responsibility is only part of her motivation for carrying on her parents' business; she also loves the work. … Continue reading MW W.O.T.D.
September 30, 2021 Upon Researching Lung Fung, the Much Maligned Local Takeout Joint, I Stumble on the Meaning of My Mother's Maiden Name Jennifer Perrine Driving by that yellowed building, I made only the phonetic connections to English: the lobes of honeycomb in my chest, threads sprouting their moon-fruit on forest floors, dead trees. Had … Continue reading Poem of the Day: Poem.com newsletter
ORD OF THE DAY Piedmont PEED-mahnt Part of speech: noun Origin: Italian, mid 19th century 1 A gentle slope leading from the base of mountains to a region of flat land. Examples of Piedmont in a sentence "The area’s piedmont had surprisingly fertile land." "The piedmont rarely experienced severe flooding."
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by David Longfact checked by Rachel Jones For the ultra-wealthy, money is no object. Instead, it’s many objects: golden mammoth skeletons, rooftop pools full of Patron, and jetpacks for their butlers (I assume). But when the one-percenters inevitably get sick of soaking in their own opulence, they vacation in search of fresh, new luxuries at the finest … Continue reading Top 10 Most Expensive Hotel Rooms Around the World
My mission is simple. I want to help successful people achieve positive, lasting change in behavior; for themselves, their people, and their teams. I want to help you make your life a little better. Thank you for subscribing! Life is good. How to Save Yourself from a Job You Hate! Marshall Goldsmith Sep 30 Saying … Continue reading The Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter
Did you know... ... that today is Surgical Anesthesia Day? William Morton, a dentist from Charleston, Massachusetts, was the first person to use ether to extract a tooth. In his Boston dental office at 9 in the evening, September 30, 1846, Morton used ether to painlessly extract a tooth from Eben Frost, a local merchant. … Continue reading Did you know..