5 Idioms

Glue Doesn't Stick To Everything. --------------------- Trying To Jump To The Moon. --------------------- Sweetening Sugar. --------------------- Bargain Of The Devil. --------------------- Like White Clouds In A Storm. ---------------------

Random Acts of Kindness

Leave random sticky notes with fun or kind quotes on the mirror of a public restroom Leave a RedBox code or a pack of microwave popcorn at the RedBox machine Wash a neighbor’s vehicle Pay for a stranger’s groceries Pop into a coffee shop and ask to pay for a coffee for them to give … Continue reading Random Acts of Kindness

LSE Business Review

LSE Business Review Weekly Digest. This week on LSE Business Review How we feel depends on what we pay attention toPolicymakers are increasingly focusing on wellbeing as a policy goal, leaning on wellbeing measures to aid their work. Paul Dolan writes that the existing frameworks fail to properly account for the fundamental mechanism that determines our wellbeing: … Continue reading LSE Business Review


Reach the point people expect you to reach and keep going.I've always tried to go a step past wherever people expected me to end up. (Beverly Sills)==========If you can't be the light in the shadows, be the gem that refracts the light all around.There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or … Continue reading Wisdom

Latest Foreign Affairs this week.

January 7, 2022 | Sponsored by Georgetown University January 6 and the Paradoxes of America’s Democracy Agenda Why Protecting Liberalism Will Require a Dose of Populism  By Larry Diamond A Foreign Affairs subscription is less than $3.50/month. Subscribe today. Europe Strong and Safe To Deter Russia, America Must Help Revive the Region’s Security Architecture By Ivo H. Daalder and … Continue reading Latest Foreign Affairs this week.

The airline lost your luggage. Now what?

Here’s how to find your luggage — and how to get what you are owed     (iStock/Washington Post illustration) By Natalie B. Compton Yesterday at 2:25 p.m. EST     Mishandled bags have always plagued travelers, but pandemic challenges have given airline employees extra obstacles to get passengers their bags. Already dealing with lack of staffing, … Continue reading The airline lost your luggage. Now what?

Today’s world view: VIA WAPO

By Anthony Faiolawith Sammy Westfall Email What Putin wants in Ukraine Ukrainian servicemen patrol Verkhnotoretske village near the front line with Russia-backed separatists in the Yasynuvata district of the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine on Dec. 27. (Andriy Andriyenko/AP) On the fertile plains of Ukraine, the resurgent echoes of a Cold War with Russia is in danger … Continue reading Today’s world view: VIA WAPO

WAPO Recommendations for me

Read online   Recommended for you Your daily roundup from The Washington Post. From Going Global Yes, Meghan was awarded just $1.35 in her privacy suit against a British tabloid. But that’s only part of the story. While the award for the privacy aspect of the suit was a token amount, Meghan will receive much more … Continue reading WAPO Recommendations for me

Foreign Policy Editor’s Picks

JANUARY 06, 2022 |    1  Startling reality. Americans have long believed that right-wing extremism is confined to the political fringe. But new research reveals that the Jan. 6 insurrectionist movement is far more mainstream, Robert A. Pape writes.    2  Sudden unrest. Kazakhstan’s sweeping wave of protests has spooked Moscow and sparked an unprecedented intervention, FP’s Emma Ashford and Matthew Kroenig discuss in our series, … Continue reading Foreign Policy Editor’s Picks

How not to be a phony: Kierkegaard on the two main ways people lose their true selves

People can lose their authentic selves when they don't honestly confront life's potential, according to the philosopher Soren Kierkegaard. https://bigthink.com/thinking/kierkegaard-finite-infinite-nothingness/?utm_source=mailchimp&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weeklynewsletter

This is why physicists suspect the Multiverse very likely exists

A wild, compelling idea without a direct, practical test, the Multiverse is highly controversial. But its supporting pillars sure are stable. https://bigthink.com/starts-with-a-bang/physicists-multiverse-exists/?utm_source=mailchimp&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weeklynewsletter

Foreign Affairs Today

January 6, 2022 | Sponsored by Foreign Affairs Open House January 6 and the Paradoxes of America’s Democracy Agenda Why Protecting Liberalism Will Require a Dose of Populism By Larry Diamond A Foreign Affairs subscription is less than $3.50/month. Subscribe today. The Party Is the Problem Trump, the GOP, and the Long Road to January 6 By Jan-Werner Müller What … Continue reading Foreign Affairs Today

The Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter

My mission is simple. I want to help successful people achieve positive, lasting change in behavior; for themselves, their people, and their teams. I want to help you make your life a little better. Thank you for subscribing! Life is good. The Secret to Setting Yourself Up for Explosive Growth! Marshall Goldsmith Jan 6 [Edited … Continue reading The Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter

James Clear Newsletter

“The most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web.” 3-2-1: New perspectives, how to improve your thinking, and revising habits read on JAMESCLEAR.COM | JANUARY 6, 2022 Happy 3-2-1 Thursday! Welcome to the first edition of 2022. My year started on a high note. Atomic Habits was the #1 best-selling book of 2021 on Amazon. That's among … Continue reading James Clear Newsletter

10 Conflicts to Watch in 2022

Battle deaths may be down, but regional wars continue to rage as great-power confrontations loom, from Ukraine to Taiwan, amid declining U.S. influence. By Comfort Ero, Richard Atwood https://foreignpolicy.com/2021/12/29/ukraine-ethiopia-iran-nuclear-afghanistan-myanmar-10-conflicts-2022/?utm_source=marketo&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new-year-campaign-1&tpcc=new-year-campaign1&mkt_tok=NTA5LU1PTC0yODEAAAGB0ApH0vXxmyRDWBxJI5nugvnppvI6VLrcIkFSaID0kBjZHGPOJK2BOcG35vJy7PpUMMoK8uqAdUYMR_bSNpQh5V_y2GCPM8xjw5_pZair

Next Year’s Midterms Could Shake Up Biden’s Foreign Policy

Republicans are looking to capitalize on the White House’s perceived missteps in Afghanistan and Ukraine. By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter. NEW EMAIL ALERTS FP subscribers can now receive alerts when new stories written by this author are published. Subscribe now | Sign in xs can now receive alerts when new stories written by this author are … Continue reading Next Year’s Midterms Could Shake Up Biden’s Foreign Policy

  Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

Press Information Bureau Government of India •COVID-19 UPDATE •Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Availability in States/UTs •India’s Cumulative COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage exceeds 148.67 Cr •Revenue Deficit Grant of Rs. 9,871 crore released to 17 States •601 PERSONS SAVED BY RPF PERSONNEL UNDER “MISSION JEEWAN RAKSHA”, DURING 2021 •We’re skilling India’s Youth, making them job ready for … Continue reading   Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.