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explore-blog:

Do yourself a favor and read this spectacular piece on our unconscious biases.

explore-blog:

Do yourself a favor and read this spectacular piece on our unconscious biases.

torontofoodphotographer:

Iron Wood detail of Ai WeiWei sculpture

torontofoodphotographer:

Iron Wood detail of Ai WeiWei sculpture

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birdcagewalk:

s-h-e-e-r:Cable Car and Bay Bridge by Rob Kroenert on Flickr.

birdcagewalk:

s-h-e-e-r:Cable Car and Bay Bridge by Rob Kroenert on Flickr.

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"I’m not trying to tell you," he said, "that only educated and scholarly men are able to contribute something valuable to the world. It’s not so. But I do say that educated and scholarly men, if they’re brilliant and creative to begin with – which, unfortunately, is rarely the case – tend to leave infinitely more valuable records behind them than men do who are merely brilliant and creative. They tend to express themselves more clearly, and they usually have a passion for following their thoughts through to the end. And – most important – nine times out of ten they have more humility than the unscholarly thinker…"

from J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye (1945)

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afilmandlitlover:

Currently Reading: J.D. Salinger’s novel Catcher in the Rye (1945)

This makes a good pre-spring re-reading. Hmm. :-)

afilmandlitlover:

Currently Reading: J.D. Salinger’s novel Catcher in the Rye (1945)

This makes a good pre-spring re-reading.
Hmm. :-)

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afilmandlitlover:
A Film and Lit Lover | Facebook

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A Film and Lit Lover | Facebook

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explore-blog:

Read this, you’ll be glad you did

explore-blog:

Read this, you’ll be glad you did

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