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Susan Sontag on beauty vs. interestingness buff.ly/1uLK990 pic.twitter.com/lsyuxDd0LV
Darwin's battle with anxiety – strangely assuring for the rest of us buff.ly/1uLCszo pic.twitter.com/9dQ0t9m5Vu
"Hurrying and delaying are alike ways of trying to resist the present.” Alan Watts on timing buff.ly/1xQCDJq pic.twitter.com/gyoyfOLxX8
Ted Turner, who is 76 today, on the trouble with religion and the meaning of life buff.ly/1F4WCrd pic.twitter.com/MWByTp5ftz
The Hating Book – a sweet vintage parable about what every friendship needs buff.ly/1F4UMXq pic.twitter.com/qPU10XtyDY
Edward Gorey illustrates The War of the Worlds. You’re welcome. buff.ly/1uS7ky2 pic.twitter.com/5o5sW5G1r8
C.S. Lewis on suffering and what free will really means buff.ly/1F4pL5O pic.twitter.com/WGQu5xWy8X
The prescient poem 10-year-old Anne Frank wrote in her schoolmate’s friendship book buff.ly/1xQ8F8q pic.twitter.com/oG93G1YiNe
Upside Down Day – wonderful vintage children’s book by NASA’s Public Affairs director buff.ly/11ujIby pic.twitter.com/skEXCvGT9A
“Don’t Read Books!” – a 12th-century Zen poem about the era’s information-overload fears buff.ly/1uJQoKc pic.twitter.com/Igl2qHYTdX
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, wonderfully reimagined by Austrian illustrator Lisbeth Zwerger buff.ly/1t5nboD pic.twitter.com/DH8dyuDsef
Form, Faith, and Freedom — beautiful read on the secret of poetry and marriage buff.ly/1F3zoBJ pic.twitter.com/GTtNuazIIO
The best children’s and picture-books of the year buff.ly/1ubdKDf pic.twitter.com/gOY51JF4GK
Kandinsky on the spiritual element of art and the 3 responsibilities of artists buff.ly/1zD5i5a pic.twitter.com/KQ0nW8KI33
Comedian Bill Hicks on on censorship and what freedom of speech really means buff.ly/11relKr pic.twitter.com/zXYyyXob6n
A visual timeline of the future based on famous fiction buff.ly/1F1AYUH pic.twitter.com/6hmlxgD7xk
“Genius gives birth, talent delivers.” Kerouac on whether writers are born or made buff.ly/11qXDe6 pic.twitter.com/CnZPzFTwVy
A visual dictionary of philosophy – major schools of thought, in minimalist geometric graphics buff.ly/1zBuuJ3 pic.twitter.com/lwhxA85GXz
Joan Didion on telling stories, starting out as a writer, and facing rejection buff.ly/1uNiHHE pic.twitter.com/b827t2nPvg
"I don't know an artist who isn't interested in the question of copyright."Another amazing @curiousoctopus MoMA salon pic.twitter.com/FOFK7TsisX
Behold the year’s most intelligent and imaginative children’s books buff.ly/1zB0Cg0 pic.twitter.com/7BvC651n3j
Mark Rothko on the transcendent power of art and how (not) to experience his paintings buff.ly/1zAExhx pic.twitter.com/MNOlL8H0AE
The greatest illustrations from 150 years of Alice in Wonderland buff.ly/1u7b7T1 pic.twitter.com/DGXlWDsIpn
Tolkien's little-known book written for his own kids and illustrated by the author himself buff.ly/1F08Wcg pic.twitter.com/ZRdroU3q7K
A sweet illustrated celebration of our wild inner child – the loveliest picture-book in ages buff.ly/1xkp3PH pic.twitter.com/zgDjXOoVe3