Working on a suicide helpline changed how I talk to everyone | Psyche Ideas

NIk’s free ebook summaries Newsletter

Heyo, Nik here with your free summary of the day. If you enjoy these, check out our reading guide. It'll help you learn and remember more from everything you read. Happy reading! Want to get just one weekly summary roundup? Switch to weekly. 1-Sentence-Summary: The Ride Of A Lifetime shares the inspirational story of Robert Iger, including his journey to … Continue reading NIk’s free ebook summaries Newsletter

For My Weird Sea

For My Weird Sea A Love Poem by Anonymous Roses are red,Violets are blue,My story is weird,And so are you. Orchids are white,Ghost ones are rare,Your type is blonde,And so is your hair. Magnolia grows,With buds like eggs,The body is fat,And so are your legs. Sunflowers reach,Up to the skies,A brown is pale,And so are … Continue reading For My Weird Sea

The Lawyer and the Girl

Rhyming Couplet Ideas by jay See the sleeping of the lawyer,I think he's angry at the multiemployer. He finds it hard to see the net,Overshadowed by the weird et. Who is that hiding near the house?I think she'd like to eat the roundhouse. She is but an empty girl,Admired as she sits upon a burl. … Continue reading The Lawyer and the Girl

Stoic Newsletter – Lincoln’s Gettysberg Address.

It’s ironic that today we celebrate the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, because the entire conceit of Lincoln’s short, 271-word address was that people would little note nor remember what he was saying. What counted to Lincoln was what the soldiers had done. The full measure of their sacrifice, for freedom, to preserve the Union, … Continue reading Stoic Newsletter – Lincoln’s Gettysberg Address.


WORD OF THE DAY Disquisitiondis-kwə-ZIH-shənPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century 1A long or elaborate essay or discussion on a particular subject.   Examples of Disquisition in a sentence "Lucian submitted a disquisition of poetry inspired by Shakespeare for his thesis." "I don't just love cheese — I wrote a disquisition on the origins of cheesemaking."

This week on LSE Business Review- newsletter

This week on LSE Business ReviewTransparency about risks and consistent messaging may reduce vaccine scepticismPerceptions of government inaction or political interference with trials and regulatory approval may foster doubts about safety, write Barry Eichengreen, Cevat Giray Aksoy and Orkun Saka Europe has a unique opportunity to lead in the democratisation of artificial intelligenceInformation must respect … Continue reading This week on LSE Business Review- newsletter

James Clear Newsletter

3-2-1 ThursdayNote: You are receiving this email because you subscribed to my weekly 3-2-1 newsletter. Every Thursday, I share 3 ideas from me, 2 quotes from others, and 1 question for you to ponder. Occasionally, I also send out long-form articles on habits and self-improvement. 3 ideas, 2 quotes, 1 question (November 19, 2020) "Working to … Continue reading James Clear Newsletter

From a global fentanyl ring to a grieving family in Garland, a reporter’s FinCEN Files diary – ICIJ

Shimmer and Shine – a poem by willowwisp – All Poetry

Shimmer and Shine Sparkle, shimmer and shine on this glass covered soul of mine look beneath the surface of me and a whole new world you shall see   Deeper than it looks from outside it is in this abyss I chose to hide so rain your starlight upon my soul spread your light into … Continue reading Shimmer and Shine – a poem by willowwisp – All Poetry