Good morning, Namaskar, Shubh Prabhat

Please share in comments what do you think about his concise Post I intend to start from today.

No. Not planning to make it a newsletter.  

 

What Is On my Reading Radar.

Sharing some interesting links from articles I liked. 

Instead of separate posts I am trying to combine a few.

In this 1975 lecture, the maglev train’s inventor deconstructs his ingenious design

A new approach to therapy promises to tackle neuroticism head-on

The Net Zero Trap

Countries Need to Reduce Emissions Now, Not Just in the Distant Future

Did you know…

… that today is the beginning of National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month? This month encourages people to adopt pets, especially dogs, from animal shelters. Celebrate today by trying to find a good home for a shelter dog… or any other animal!
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Today’s Inspirational Quote:
“Animals are the bridge between us and the beauty of all that is natural. They show us what’s missing in our lives, and how to love ourselves more completely and unconditionally. They connect us back to who we are and to the purpose of why we’re here.”

— Trisha McCagh

Top 10 Weirdest Fixes to Hide Damages From Landlords (and Tenants)

12 Quotes From Athletes That Transcend Sports

Wild and Wise Quotes From the Beat Generation

The below pic is from Austin Kleon’s Newsletter:  Enjoy! 

Four energies that fuel creative work:

the four energies

 

“Equality is the soul of liberty; there is, in fact, no liberty without it.” — Frances Wright

 

 

vestige Audio pronunciation

 
noun | VESS-tij
 
What It Means
 
vestige is a trace, mark, or visible sign left by something lost or vanished.
 
// The seconds ticked by, but the team still had a vestige of hope.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
   
 
 
 

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Examples of VESTIGE
 
“We see this galaxy as it was, not as it is today. It is theoretically possible the galaxy no longer exists but the light will continue toward Earth through the vacuum of space until the last vestiges reach our eyes and it disappears.” — Bob Allen, The Daily Nonpareil (Council Bluffs, Iowa), 26 Aug. 2021
Did You Know?
 
Vestige traces to Latin vestigium, meaning “footstep, footprint, or track.” Like its parent, it is used to refer to a perceptible sign made by something that has passed or to a tangible reminder, such as a fragment or remnant of what is past and gone.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

Good morning, Namaskar, Shubh Prabhat

Please share in comments what do you think about his concise Post I intend to start from today.

No. Not planning to make it a newsletter.  

 

What Is On my Reading Radar.

Sharing some interesting links from articles I liked. 

Instead of separate posts I am trying to combine a few.

In this 1975 lecture, the maglev train’s inventor deconstructs his ingenious design

A new approach to therapy promises to tackle neuroticism head-on

The Net Zero Trap

Countries Need to Reduce Emissions Now, Not Just in the Distant Future

Did you know…

… that today is the beginning of National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month? This month encourages people to adopt pets, especially dogs, from animal shelters. Celebrate today by trying to find a good home for a shelter dog… or any other animal!
~~~
Today’s Inspirational Quote:
“Animals are the bridge between us and the beauty of all that is natural. They show us what’s missing in our lives, and how to love ourselves more completely and unconditionally. They connect us back to who we are and to the purpose of why we’re here.”

— Trisha McCagh

Top 10 Weirdest Fixes to Hide Damages From Landlords (and Tenants)

12 Quotes From Athletes That Transcend Sports

Wild and Wise Quotes From the Beat Generation

The below pic is from Austin Kleon’s Newsletter:  Enjoy! 

Four energies that fuel creative work:

the four energies

 

“Equality is the soul of liberty; there is, in fact, no liberty without it.” — Frances Wright

 

 

vestige Audio pronunciation

 
noun | VESS-tij
 
What It Means
 
vestige is a trace, mark, or visible sign left by something lost or vanished.
 
// The seconds ticked by, but the team still had a vestige of hope.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Examples of VESTIGE
 
“We see this galaxy as it was, not as it is today. It is theoretically possible the galaxy no longer exists but the light will continue toward Earth through the vacuum of space until the last vestiges reach our eyes and it disappears.” — Bob Allen, The Daily Nonpareil (Council Bluffs, Iowa), 26 Aug. 2021
Did You Know?
 
Vestige traces to Latin vestigium, meaning “footstep, footprint, or track.” Like its parent, it is used to refer to a perceptible sign made by something that has passed or to a tangible reminder, such as a fragment or remnant of what is past and gone.