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Two Paradoxes of Public Philosophy: by Scott F. Aikin and Robert B. Talisse
These days there is a nearly con... bit.ly/2ckatCz
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On just about every measure the world is getter better. Amazing stats from economist Johan Norberg. econ.st/2bCnjyr via
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|Alan Watts (@AlanWattsDaily)|
We as individual organisms—as what we call physical bodies—come and go like leaves on a tree, but the tree remains: and we are the tree.
How walking changes the brain - A walk in the park may soothe the mind and, in the process, change the workings of our brains in ways that improve our mental health.
Cousin Mary. Poet Mary Oliver finds most of her inspiration on her walks and hikes. She takes along a hand-sewn notebook so she can stop and write. Once, she lost her pencil, and now she hides pencils in the trees along the trails so she always has spares. She says: “It has frequently been remarked, about my own writings, that I emphasize the notion of attention. This began simply enough: to see that the way the flicker flies is greatly different from the way the swallow plays in the golden air of summer.”http://writersalmanac.org/ Sep10 '16