Ten things that people who love their lives do differently. Higher Perspective.
Twenty beliefs happy people share. Lifehack. My favourite? #17: They comprehend that happiness isn’t everything.
How to live with mystery in a culture obsessed with certainty and definitive answers. Brainpickings.
RSA’s take on Susan Cain’s message on the power of introverts, plus a link to Susan’s TED Talk. Brainpickings.
The neuropsychiatric dimensions of movement disorders in sleep. Psychiatric Times.
The moon as you have never seen it before. NPR.
Veritasium interviews Commander Hadfield.
I love Vsauce rambles. It reminds me of being in university, when ideas ping-ponged off one another in my skull and inspired me:
What one artist is doing to educate us about everyday harassment (you know, cat-calls and wolf whistles?). UpWorthy.
Lauren Davis presents ten real-life female spies who deserve their own movies. Why not a novel? Giving you ideas with what Thoughty Thursday is all about! i09.
More training isn’t always the answer. Harold Jarche.
These kitsune (foxes) are so kawaii (cute) it’s kawai (scary). Foxes roam freely in the sanctuary of Zao Fox Village. My Modern Met.
Sister Rosetta Tharpe rocks Brainpickings 🙂
Sergei Polunen’s gorgeous interpretation of Hozier’s “Take me to church.” The Huffington Post.
See you again on the weekend!
3 thoughts on “Thoughty Thursday: Things that made me go hmmmm on the interwebz, Feb 8-14, 2015”
I’m a definite convert to LastThursdayism based on the fact that anyone who says I borrowed money from them before that date must be wrong and I shouldn’t have to repay it. I’m just not sure how the bank are going to react. I definitely don’t like what they say about movement disorders in sleep. I move like that without sleeping!
Thanks for all your work, very interesting reading about the female spies but no Mata Hari?
xxx Humongous Hugs xxx
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Thanks, David. Maybe they should have titled that post “Women spies so good you’ve never heard of them.” JK.
Sounds a good title.. It’s such a shame there courageous women remain unknown. What they did should be shouted from the rooftops.
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