Is there any such thing?
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wired:

99percentinvisible:

Artist Allison Greenwald took digits from her personal information, overlapped them, extracted the counter forms created between them, and then laser cut the resulting shapes. 

Pretty legit way to visualize a single person’s identity through datapoints.
wired:

99percentinvisible:

Artist Allison Greenwald took digits from her personal information, overlapped them, extracted the counter forms created between them, and then laser cut the resulting shapes. 

Pretty legit way to visualize a single person’s identity through datapoints.
wired:

99percentinvisible:

Artist Allison Greenwald took digits from her personal information, overlapped them, extracted the counter forms created between them, and then laser cut the resulting shapes. 

Pretty legit way to visualize a single person’s identity through datapoints.
wired:

99percentinvisible:

Artist Allison Greenwald took digits from her personal information, overlapped them, extracted the counter forms created between them, and then laser cut the resulting shapes. 

Pretty legit way to visualize a single person’s identity through datapoints.
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"If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform a million realities."
Maya Angelou (via beingblog)
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"Stars and blossoming fruit-trees: utter permanence and extreme fragility give an equal sense of eternity."
Simone Weil, from Gravity and Grace (via beingblog)
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"In one way or another, every wisdom tradition I know says that what we need is here. It’s just a matter of opening our eyes and appreciating what I call ‘secrets hidden in plain sight.’ But we can’t do that when we’re obsessing about the past or the future, or about what we don’t have, or allowing a thousand distractions to prevent us from noticing the gift of ‘here and now.’"
Parker Palmer, from "What We Need Is Here" (via beingblog)
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"In silence there is eloquence. Stop weaving and see how the pattern improves."

Rumi

(via thecalminside)

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"Being a full human being has a lot to do with suffering."

BJ Miller, executive director of the Zen Hospice Project at the UCSF Medical Center

A triple amputee, this doctor’s story is one to be read and admired as he brings new approaches to the palliative care field.

(via beingblog)
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"The universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper."

~Eden Phillpotts, “A Shadow Passes.”

A listener shared this quote (commonly misattributed to W. B. Yeats) inspired by our show with social psychologist Ellen Langer.

(via beingblog)

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