17 Quotes About Finding Joy in the Little Things


August 11, 2021 For many people, the journey to achieve and enjoy happiness is ongoing. But while deep contentment and satisfaction may take a while to develop and recognize, happiness also arises in a more spontaneous version: joy. Joy is all around us. Joy feels good, connects us to life’s everyday richness, and strengthens our … Continue reading 17 Quotes About Finding Joy in the Little Things

Gen X: via Listverse Newsletter


Top 10 Reasons Generation X Is Generation Best by Christopher Dale fact checked by Jamie Frater Millennials and Baby Boomers; Baby Boomers and Millennials. One group can’t get off their phones, the other can’t figure out how their phones even work. We’ve been hearing both claim their supremacy lately but, oddly, this battle skips a generation. 10 … Continue reading Gen X: via Listverse Newsletter

13 Quotes About Imagination From Famous Artists


For a visual artist, a blank canvas can be a problematic thing, just like a blank page for a creative writer. What to do? Where to begin? That’s where imagination typically plays its part. Imagination is a powerful ability; without it, humans would never have come so far. As Carl Sagan once wrote, “Imagination will often … Continue reading 13 Quotes About Imagination From Famous Artists

Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall: 12 Quotes About the Seasons


Amid life’s uncertainties, one thing is constant: The seasons will always change. The wheel of the year — the gentle flow from spring to winter and back again — has been honored for centuries, whether by a farming cycle, people worshipping the earth, or just the slow joy of watching the weather change. As we … Continue reading Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall: 12 Quotes About the Seasons

20 Uplifting Lyrics From Broadway Musicals


Musical theater mixes song with story to engage, entertain, and inspire audiences — and it’s been doing so for nearly three centuries. The first “Broadway” theater, the Theatre on Nassau Street, opened in New York City in 1750, with shows like The Beggar’s Opera and other examples of the ballad opera, a precursor to the modern musical. … Continue reading 20 Uplifting Lyrics From Broadway Musicals

How Interstate Highways Gutted Communities—and Reinforced Segregation


America's interstate highway system cut through the heart of dozens of urban neighborhoods.FARRELL EVANS https://www.history.com/news/interstate-highway-system-infrastructure-construction-segregation?cmpid=email-hist-inside-history-2021-1020-10212021&om_rid=399c7e2f8a319bbebc23a7254035fc62afc6d5f3be32d341a265af690cb313d2&~campaign=hist-inside-history-2021-1020

How Colin Powell’s Service in Vietnam Shaped His Leadership


How Colin Powell's Service in Vietnam Shaped His Leadership Colin Powell served two combat tours in the Vietnam conflict and earned three medals for his service. DAVE ROOS On November 16, 1968, Major Colin Luther Powell was serving his second tour of duty in Vietnam, this time as the assistant Chief of Staff to the commander of the … Continue reading How Colin Powell’s Service in Vietnam Shaped His Leadership

An Extraordinary 500-Year-Old Shipwreck Is Rewriting the History of the Age of Discovery


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Smart articles I read that help SpeechCrafting.


Title: Want To Loose Your Debt? Word Count: 636 Summary: Youíre trying to reduce or eliminate your debt and you just donít know where to start! Well, these tips and information can help you to get started on a path to reduce and eventually eliminate your debt in the future. Keywords: debt, reduce debt, credit … Continue reading Smart articles I read that help SpeechCrafting.

Newsletter: FP Editor’s Picks


1 Boxed in. As China ramps up its saber-rattling over Taiwan, U.S. President Joe Biden is trapped within the Democratic caucus. Moderates want to give him more war powers—but progressives don’t want to rock the boat, FP’s Jack Detsch reports. 2 American insurgency. As police around the United States resist vaccines, some analysts have proposed firing those who … Continue reading Newsletter: FP Editor’s Picks

INTERESTING ARTICLE I read.


Title: Using The Equity In Your Home To Consolidate Debt - 3 Things To Know Word Count: 345 Summary: Using the equity in your home can be a great way to consolidate your debts and get control of your finances. By shifting your debts from several high interest credit cards to one low interest loan, … Continue reading INTERESTING ARTICLE I read.

Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases


Press Information BureauGovernment of India .Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.         •PM inaugurates Kushinagar International Airport •PM delivers video message to Joint Conference of CVC and CBI •English rendering of PM’s address at inauguration of Kushinagar International Airport in Uttar Pradesh •PM lays the foundation stone of Rajkiya Medical College, Kushinagar •72ND INTER-SERVICES FOOTBALL … Continue reading Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases

‘Date’ Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back


'Date' Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back Word Count: 358 Summary: In business, the customer is always right - sometimes confused, misinformed, rude, stubborn and changeable, but never wrong. Ever date anyone like that? Keywords: 'Date' Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back Article Body: In business, the customer is always right - sometimes confused, misinformed, … Continue reading ‘Date’ Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back

Biz Ethics: Pandora Papers and ICIJ Newsletter


"It’s been a whirlwind two weeks since we began publishing Pandora Papers findings. We’ve seen a flurry of dramatic fallout around the world (more on that later), and have also received A LOT of questions from our readers about the investigation. This week, we’re taking you behind the scenes to learn more about how the … Continue reading Biz Ethics: Pandora Papers and ICIJ Newsletter

Thank you! Never realised my blog generated so many …. Numbers and Graphs in so many years…


I am both intrigued by watching the last column of number of Shares. Thank you dear Viewers, Readers, Like/Star givers, Best friends, family, network connections, followers, colleagues, students and all well wishers - and of course my close relatives who give a Feedforward personally, some of my 17 types of Gurus who pull my ears … Continue reading Thank you! Never realised my blog generated so many …. Numbers and Graphs in so many years…

Newsletter: Brainpickings.org


This is Brain Pickings midweek pick-me-up, drawn from my fifteen-year archive of ideas unblunted by time, resurfaced as timeless nourishment for heart, mind, and spirit. (If you don't yet subscribe to the standard Sunday newsletter of new pieces published each week, you can sign up here — it's free.) If you missed last week's archival resurrection — How do … Continue reading Newsletter: Brainpickings.org

NEWSLETTER: Poem.com


October 20, 2021 Conduct Nava EtShalom 1 I woke up from marrying my father; the window let in a little streetlamp shine. None of us knew what time it was. The streetlamp thought three. The boy thought morning, and started to wake. I laughed. We returned to sleep slowly, mouth to ear, and the marriages … Continue reading NEWSLETTER: Poem.com

W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY Craquelure KRAH-kə-looər Part of speech: noun Origin: French, early 20th century 1 A network of fine cracks in the paint or varnish of a painting. Examples of Craquelure in a sentence "The painting’s craquelure helped preservationists estimate its age." "Some of the fissures in the canvas were a result of craquelure."

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is the Caterpillar Club Birthday? In 1922, Lieutenant Harold Harris bailed out of his crippled test plane at Dayton, Ohio, but was saved by using a parachute. He thus became the first member of the Caterpillar Club (people saved by parachutes). The name "Caterpillar Club" refers to the silk … Continue reading Did you know…

10 Eerie Stories Of Past Lives


10 Eerie Stories Of Past Lives by Estelle fact checked by Darci Heikkinen How would you react if your young child suddenly pointed at a picture of an early 20th-century home and exclaimed, “That was my house?” Or if they happened to catch a glimpse of a WWI documentary on TV and shouted: “That’s where they killed … Continue reading 10 Eerie Stories Of Past Lives

10 Creepy and Gruesome-Looking Sea Creatures


10 Creepy and Gruesome-Looking Sea Creatures by Emani Dardenfact checked by Darci Heikkinen Everyone loves going to the beach, especially on a hot day. The ocean is a beautiful place almost anywhere in the world, with so many entertaining water activities you can enjoy. Whenever you think of the ocean, hopefully, good memories come to mind. Whether … Continue reading 10 Creepy and Gruesome-Looking Sea Creatures

“का रहीम हरि को घट्यो, जो भृगु मारी लात”, इस दोहे का क्या अर्थ है?


I found this answer on Quora interesting: " इस दोहे में क्षमा के महत्व को बताया गया है। रहीम दास जी ने अपने दोहों में व्यवहारिक जीवन के मूल्यों, सिद्धान्तों एवं उपयोगी बातों का बहुत ही सरल तरीके से वर्णन किया है। सबसे बड़ी बात तो यह है कि ये दोहे आज के समय में … Continue reading “का रहीम हरि को घट्यो, जो भृगु मारी लात”, इस दोहे का क्या अर्थ है?

Two Hyper-Scaling Marketing Strategies that Make Money Online !


Title: 2 Marketing Strategies to Make Money Online with Affiliate Programs!   Word Count: 975   Summary: The following strategies are the main money making strategies used by the Gurus. These strategies, implemented well will make you money with your affiliate programs.     Keywords: make money online     Article Body: The first strategy … Continue reading Two Hyper-Scaling Marketing Strategies that Make Money Online !

‘Date’ Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back


'Date' Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back Word Count: 358 Summary: In business, the customer is always right - sometimes confused, misinformed, rude, stubborn and changeable, but never wrong. Ever date anyone like that? Keywords: 'Date' Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back Article Body: In business, the customer is always right - sometimes confused, misinformed, … Continue reading ‘Date’ Your Customers; Keep Them Coming Back

‘The Greatest Act of Optimism’: 10 Quotes About Teaching


From the moment students take their first hesitant steps into the kindergarten classroom, clutching their lunch bags and carrying pristine backpacks, teachers begin to introduce them to the possibilities of the world. In the years that follow, education forms a foundation, with more complex ideas layering over the basics as the children themselves grow and … Continue reading ‘The Greatest Act of Optimism’: 10 Quotes About Teaching

12 Quotes About the Power of Forgiveness


September 2, 2021 From the time we are young, we’re taught the importance of saying “please,” “thank you,” and “sorry.” But learning how to say “I forgive you” is a trickier beast, because forgiveness requires more than just saying the words out loud. It requires us to make a conscious decision to choose to move … Continue reading 12 Quotes About the Power of Forgiveness

Via Listverse newsletter


Top 10 Military Bases Linked To UFOs (That Aren’t Area 51) by Shelley Kuziak fact checked by Jamie Frater The ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All Of Us’ call to action that was issued in September, 2019, fizzled out.[1] So what happens in Area 51 stays in Area 51. But the government-labeled tin-foil hat brigade, which claims … Continue reading Via Listverse newsletter

Newsletter: Gastro Obscura


Bake the recipe remnant of a potato doughnut empire This Halloween, resurrect the spudnut. Once the largest doughnut empire in the United States, Spudnuts operated locations as far as Japan.⁠⁠ In the company's early days, its proprietors handed out spudnuts to trick-or-treaters in Salt Lake City. ⁠⁠ READ MORE Eating and relaxing among the dead … Continue reading Newsletter: Gastro Obscura

Newsletter: Foreign POlicy


1 Peak power. China only has a short period of time to achieve its political goals, and as it becomes increasingly emboldened, the world is entering a dangerous decade, Andrew S. Erickson and Gabriel B. Collins write. 2 Summit for democracy? U.S. President Joe Biden is sending out invites for his virtual Summit for Democracy, but the list … Continue reading Newsletter: Foreign POlicy

Newsletter: Foreign Affairs today


Sponsored by Angelo State University, Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Security Studies Our November/December 2021 issue, “The Divided World,” is available online today. Read it here. The New Cold War America, China, and the Echoes of History By Hal Brands and John Lewis Gaddis Containment Beyond the Cold War How Washington Lost the Post-Soviet Peace By M. … Continue reading Newsletter: Foreign Affairs today

The Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter


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 Tell If You Are in the Wrong Job Marshall Goldsmith Oct 19 … Continue reading The Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter

Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.


Press Information Bureau Government of India Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases. •PM to visit UP on October 20 and inaugurate Kushinagar International Airport •Union Minister Shri Giriraj Singh inspects Physical & Digital Cleanliness in Rural Development Ministry at Krishi Bhawan Under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav •Union Ayush Minister Shri Sarbananda Sonowal inaugurates ‘Ayush Van’ in Gandhidham … Continue reading Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is Sammy Morse Day? In 1842, Samuel F.B. Morse laid the first telegraph cable between Battery and Governor's Islands in New York harbor. Samuel was also co-inventor of the Morse code, an alphabetic code of long and short sounds. The long sounds are referred to as dashes, while the … Continue reading Did you know…

10 Strangest Judicial Punishments in History


10 Strangest Judicial Punishments in History by Alex Miller fact checked by Darci Heikkinen Criminal punishment in most of the Western world is fairly straightforward today; most who have committed a crime can simply expect either a fine or varying amounts of prison time based on their misdeed’s severity. These, however, haven’t always been simple facts. History … Continue reading 10 Strangest Judicial Punishments in History

Newsletter: Poem.com


October 19, 2021 Two Poems Marjorie Welish Itself Sedentary in another language is language as such Whether or not we can read it, sought Because home. Inscription composted space works this interrogation of me: "You have a nice listening face," Inspection shining forth. You face + the animal kingdom. There was once transparency near the face … Continue reading Newsletter: Poem.com

VIA: BrainFood Newsletter


Insight “It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.” — Elinor Smith Tiny Thought We tend to think that what we think is true. And because we think something is true, we ignore information that … Continue reading VIA: BrainFood Newsletter

W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY October 19, 2021 nomenclature  noun | NOH-mun-klay-cher What It Means Nomenclature can mean "name," but it is most often used for a system of names or naming for things especially in science. // Starting a new job or entering a new field of study means becoming familiar with the nomenclature. See the entry > Scroll … Continue reading W.O.T.D.

Yogi Berra’s Funniest ‘Yogi-isms’


Yogi Berra’s Funniest ‘Yogi-isms’ September 7, 2021 Yogi Berra made his Major League Baseball debut for the New York Yankees in 1946. The 21-year-old catcher would go on to play 19 seasons — all but the last season for the Yankees — in a career that made him a baseball legend. He won 10 World … Continue reading Yogi Berra’s Funniest ‘Yogi-isms’

15 Carl Sagan Quotes on Life, the Universe, and the Cosmic Perspective


15 Carl Sagan Quotes on Life, the Universe, and the Cosmic Perspective March 2, 2021 When Carl Sagan studied the universe, he saw more than data and science. Known for popularizing and promoting public understanding of astronomy, the famed scientist was as much a creative thinker and writer as he was a planetary expert. He … Continue reading 15 Carl Sagan Quotes on Life, the Universe, and the Cosmic Perspective

Fav Newsletters – James Clear’s Newsletter


“The most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web.” 3-2-1: The secret to productivity and the power of collective hope read on JAMESCLEAR.COM | OCTOBER 14, 2021 Happy 3-2-1 Thursday, Here are 3 ideas, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week... ​ ​ 3 Ideas From Me I. "The secret to being productive is … Continue reading Fav Newsletters – James Clear’s Newsletter