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    • The New Yorker | Matt Alt | 6/29/20 | 7 min
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    • Seth's Blog | 1/22/13 | 1 min
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      This is bringing up pre-teen memories of story telling circles of friends convincing themselves as much as others of certain details of their narrative. I really had put away these memories but obviously have not forgotten.

    • Seth's Blog | 2/22/15 | 1 min
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      Loud and clear the message is coming through!

    • Alexa Rohn | Alexa Rohn | 11/4/19 | 9 min
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      I’m just so happy to hear your point of view on this subject Alexa. I’m definitely in support of looking at the effects of coding on the human experience. I’m completely committed to keeping my mind free of toxic online behaviours, maybe because I’ve avoided getting trapped by the platforms that run these algorithms it’s easier for me to make this kind of commitment. Delete Delete Delete - Attention is not a commodity don’t give it away for others to profit from. Share your attention with those beautiful people who you love.

    • CNBC | Morgan Housel | 6/19/20 | 5 min
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      A great explanation of how where you start in life has a lot to do with how financially successful you can become. A very balanced look at ethics, values and economics.

    • Business Insider | Lindsay Dodgson | 1/23/18 | 5 min
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      Really Really Really hard to post this article today, I’m just hoping someone can resonate with it and give me any feedback about it. Thanks.

    • SAPIENS | Karen L. Kramer | 6/9/20 | 9 min
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      Support is needed for today’s families. Thanks mama’s for all your endless work.

    • SAPIENS | Karen L. Kramer | 6/9/20 | 9 min
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    • Medium | Gabrielle Sloss | 6/17/20 | 8 min
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      ”For we communicate worthiness to others only through our presence, full-on, engaged and attuned presence.”

      Wonderful if you’re able to understand such jargon. For me to say that the author has lived a privileged life and has been guarded by money and shielded by status I would need to know more of her story; however, anyone that is spouting widely broadcast ”absolutes” about personal reflection and change has a lot to understand about what it feels like to experience real challenge in life.

    • National Review | 6/17/20 | 5 min
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      This’ll provoke thoughts if you let it. Let’s have a serious look at classism. That’s the real issue that is driving inequality, there’s only so much room at the top. Hierarchy has always been the target of the masses, it’s a failed paradigm that only serves the elite. Every nation has it’s own elite ruling class no matter how poorly the country is doing in the world’s hierarchy. How can the poorest nations of the world have the same problems of inequality as the richest? Could this be possible if classism was eliminated?

    • CNBC | Tom Popomaronis | 5/28/20 | 3 min
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      Focus, focus, focus on making your information gathering and intensional choices in alliance with your goals. Make this life count by giving yourself the best possible chances for success. Good luck everyone.

    • Seth's Blog | 6/19/09 | 1 min
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      3 weeks ago

      I understand how this works with business and for relationships with individuals but does anyone know how it applies to institutional organizations and government?

    • The New Yorker | Linda Boström Knausgård | 8/15/19 | 5 min
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    • @coffeeandjunk | Abhishek Chakraborty | 6/11/20 | 8 min
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      Good advice for making plans, building businesses, raising children...... Now I am thinking about how my biased thinking is affecting all my decisions. This time it’ll be different because I’m special and soooo informed. Darnedest things have happened to my best laid plans.

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    • jezebel.com | Brandy Jensen | 5/7/20 | 4 min
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      “Are there people out there with fulfilling careers that help them withstand the vagaries of a cruel world? Yes, sure. Do a lot of them come from families with enough money to withstand the vagaries of a cruel world? Also yes”

      Please everyone read this message twice before you think about it in terms of yourself. I hope that you’re willing to give this statement the gravity and grace that it deserves. Class and hierarchical structures are hard to break through, if not impossible for individuals who through no fault of their own are starting in the bottom of both. Keep your eyes open to see your own privilege no matter how hard it is to see the reflection.

    • Paulo Coelho | 6/10/20 | 1 min
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      4 weeks ago

      Wise words from a strong man, inside and out.

    • Manas J. Saloi | 5/16/20 | 1 min
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    • Manas J. Saloi | 1/1/20 | 5 min
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    • Wait But Why | Tim Urban | 2/4/14 | 18 min
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      I found this super helpful in my own understanding of my repulsive feelings about snakes, I remember the experience of having a snake that I found in the grass in the local cemetery shit on my hand and the smell was atrocious and left me with a fear of this ever happening again. Speaking of shit I have memory of someone telling me that we would be knee deep in shit if it wasn’t for all the shit that bugs eat. This may be an urban legend but I really love saying SHIT.

    • The New Yorker | Ian Crouch | 5/22/13 | 9 min
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      I’m of the mind that consideration of the subconscious mind is the best way to look at reading or listening. We’re not able to un-read or un-hear anything we are exposed to so what I believe is that all this information is assimilated into the subconscious and returns to our awareness as a personal world view. Chose what you read, but choose wisely.

    • danco.substack.com | Alex Danco | 6/7/20 | 3 min
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      “The ___ respecters versus the ___ disrespecters”

    • danco.substack.com | Alex Danco | 6/7/20 | 3 min
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    • blog.readup.com | Bill Loundy | 6/5/20 | 4 min
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    • Vulture | Lauren Michele Jackson | 6/4/20 | 6 min
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    • Harvard Business Review | 7/8/16 | 3 min
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    • Human Parts | Vanessa Smith Bennett | 3/20/18 | 4 min
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      1 month ago

      Resisting the challenge of Transformation stunts us from our own knowledge of self. The advice of sitting quietly and feeling yourself is really a very easy process, however; resistance to change is our challenge. Love is quiet!

    • freeCodeCamp.org News | Romain Aubert | 1/9/17 | 6 min
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    • fs.blog | 4/9/18 | 24 min
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    • Medium | Gabrielle Sloss | 4/15/20 | 4 min
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    • ZORA | Britni Danielle | 5/5/20 | 11 min
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      2 months ago

      I’m really encouraged by this shift in prioritizing things in a new and healthy way. This article written by a mother is pertinent to fathers who do too much as well. I think our North American culture of success has had it’s makeup removed! Thank You Carona.

    • Aeon | Anna Machin | 1/17/19 | 18 min
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      2 months ago

      ”Where parent-child attachment is concerned, the attachment between a mother and her child is best described as exclusive, an inward-looking dyad based on affection and care. In contrast, a father’s attachment to his child has elements of affection and care, but it is based on challenge.“

      The vitality of all aspects of a child’s life are undeniable, thanks for shedding light on Dad’s role.

    • Medical Xpress | Science X staff | 1/2/19 | 4 min
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      2 months ago

      Go brain! Self Awareness and Learning are we just along for the ride? If Machine learning, AI and Organic intelligence all converge what will the machines need us for? I’m hopeful that the human spirit belongs in this equation maybe I’m naive to think that but evolution of human knowledge seems to be pushing the human essence out of humanity. I’m concerned that we’re not learning to pull back on the reigns of progress to enjoy how far our we have come to understand our fundamental natures.

    • Mark Manson | 5/12/17 | 16 min
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