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How Should We Live: History’s Forgotten Wisdom on Love, Time, Family, Empathy, and Other Aspects of the Art of Living

How Should We Live: History’s Forgotten Wisdom on Love, Time, Family, Empathy, and Other Aspects of the Art of Living

»A beautiful case for why our flourishing requires that we move from pursuing value to cultivating values.« | The History Manifesto: How to Eradicate the Epidemic of Short-Termism and Harness Our Past in Creating a Flourishing Future | Brain Pickings

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Mommy, What Was It Like To Live Among The Trees?

We cannot afford to let this become our world's future. Our health and the health of all life on this planet depends on it. Otherwise there will be no future, healthy or otherwise for our children's children.

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Trees are the lungs of our earth! Protect the rainforests. Ancient forests are disappearing before our eyes. Not only does forest loss eliminate wildlife habitat and harm biodiversity, but tropical deforestation releases tons of greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. Help us protect forests and the climate. Read more.

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Catapult's latest campaign is making sure that International Women's Day is "more than just a cover story."

What if Our Magazines Showed Modern Slavery?

Catapult's latest campaign is making sure that International Women's Day is "more than just a cover story."

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16 Inspirational Quotes From Children's Literature

16 Inspirational Quotes From Children's Literature #infographic

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Lucian Freud Portraits: Painted Life

It’s in this period that Freud’s brushstrokes become increasingly forceful, and the volume of paint on the canvas increases, so that it seems to almost shape the contours of skin or hair . In the portrait of the artist Frank Auerbach, his powerful forehead dominates the canvas. The two men had been friends since the mid-1950s, were great admirers of each other’s work and saw each other frequently. It was at the time he made this portrait that Freud began to use Cremnitz white, a dry…

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