Saturday, October 31, 2015

Two Little Pieces of Chocolate

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Two Little Pieces of Chocolate

When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.

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Two Little Pieces of Chocolate

Francine Christophe was born in 1933, the same year that Adolph Hitler took power in Germany. When she was eight years old, she and her mother were deported to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. In this interview for "Human," a film project directed by photographer, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, she recounts an extraordinary tale of generosity at a time of great privation. { read more }

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Friday, October 30, 2015

Peter Kalmus: The Question of Progress

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Peter Kalmus: The Question of Progress

We've replaced what we thought of as superstition with a new superstition, which is the myth of progress.

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Peter Kalmus: The Question of Progress

"In every house, there were blue flickering lights going in synchrony because everyone was watching the same TV show. It was a quiet night and I was alone, just walking with the sound of the freeway and the blue flickering lights. And what had seemed normal to me my whole life suddenly seemed strange." Here's a moving interview with a young climate scientist at Caltech. { read more }

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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Seeing Yourself Through the Eyes of Others

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Seeing Yourself Through the Eyes of Others

 
We should know our own faces better than anyone. We have grown up with them. We see them in the mirror. And yet we often fail to see the beauty that others see in us. As the great psychotherapist Carl Jung wrote, “The most terrifying thing is to accept ourselves completely.” This film, presented by the consumer products company Unilever's Dove brand, explores the difference between self-perception and the way we are seen by others by documenting an interesting experiment: a forensic artist prepared sketches based on the self descriptions of a number of women as well as portraits based on the description of people who had only just met them. The results were eye-opening.

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Jane Kenyon's Advice on Writing & Life

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Be a good steward of your gifts. Protect your time. Feed your inner life.

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Jane Kenyon's Advice on Writing & Life

"Tell the whole truth. Don't be lazy, don't be afraid," counsels Jane Kenyon, offering advice to fellow poets with a wisdom that applies to every field of creative endeavor and can electrify any artist. { read more }

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Let some 'artistic' moments into your day, which means "close out the critic," and "take chances."


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