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Maria Popova
Calvino on writing – selected wisdom from a lifetime of letters buff.ly/1sxDXm5 pic.twitter.com/C45UJN1RAo
Mr. Tweed’s Good Deeds – a psychedelically illustrated ode to the power of small kindnesses buff.ly/1GpMmuc pic.twitter.com/tBZ0YpURR8
Nietzsche on why a fulfilling life requires embracing rather than running from difficulty buff.ly/1AfrvWX pic.twitter.com/6TVgIJS9Xj
Tove Jansson’s vintage philosophical Moomin comics on why we join groups and seek community buff.ly/1DCS2TS pic.twitter.com/GokflQJK8o
Such a gorgeous letter: Steinbeck on creative integrity and the humanistic duty of the artist buff.ly/1AeqpdO pic.twitter.com/4APsVK3zoE
From Nabokov’s love letters to Joni Mitchell, the year's best biographies and history books buff.ly/1DCQ8Tf pic.twitter.com/Kap8j3eFo1
This gets me every time: Ursula K. Le Guin on aging and what beauty really means buff.ly/1yTfAvw pic.twitter.com/35Hwk5upW2
A Life Worth Living—Camus on our search for meaning and why happiness is our moral obligation buff.ly/1swmdY5 pic.twitter.com/sVeSwrCaxp
How dying confers upon living “the courage to act on the truth we find” – magnificent read buff.ly/1xkWfIq pic.twitter.com/tkViAYir2K
If you missed them last month, the year's finest psychology and philosophy buff.ly/1DBvAdH pic.twitter.com/MmJfhu9zWa
Happy birthday, Ray Eames! The disarming love letter in which Charles Eames proposed to her buff.ly/1GHCnPi pic.twitter.com/kegNyRUADU
The science of internal time, “social jet lag” and why you’re so tired buff.ly/1AcPPsp pic.twitter.com/B5EwDvKyoq
Steinbeck on creative integrity, the humanistic duty of writers, and why he destroyed his book buff.ly/1uNbRy9 pic.twitter.com/4ivgoToTQd
The best biographies, memoirs, and history books of the year buff.ly/1AbvBiB pic.twitter.com/q1uBCmLqu9
How Ada Lovelace, Lord Byron’s daughter, became the world’s first computer programmer buff.ly/1yPdT2n pic.twitter.com/GzEJKLTIF6
Weird and wonderful 3,000-year-old llareta, photographed by @_sussman_, from the year's best art and photography books — see them all on Brain Pickings: brainpickings.org
If you missed them last month, the best science books of the year buff.ly/1IQuY40 pic.twitter.com/yN5Auzz2h6
E.E. Cummings, the art of noticing, and the spirit of rebellion buff.ly/1DxmqPh pic.twitter.com/x8iI3qflvG
Pearl S Buck, the youngest woman awarded a Nobel in literature,on writing and human creativity buff.ly/1uIIyNa pic.twitter.com/hev2U0tuX7
The psychology of why cloudy days help us think more clearly buff.ly/1DxbeCc pic.twitter.com/Jb6lxtw8EB
The slippery question of what makes a great book buff.ly/1IPQcyW pic.twitter.com/lK3Wxf4AbW
Georgia O’Keeffe’s superb letter to Sherwood Anderson on what it really means to be an artist buff.ly/1GCzpf1 pic.twitter.com/IOKoxUjO5s
How Rilke can help us befriend our mortality and live more fully—sublimely rewarding read buff.ly/1GCCBXT pic.twitter.com/PHiWV7fAj6
The Farmer and the Clown – a warm wordless story about how we ennoble each other in friendship buff.ly/12NlBRA pic.twitter.com/BMqMrTo2Y2