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If you had asked me eleven years ago what our newborn baby would be doing now, I would have guessed many things, but not this cc: @KaraHenderson @olematador81 twitter.com/CoachCahillSho…
The Rose and the Nightingale'. Harold Jones. 1976.
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'Free to be' by contemporary African American artist Ekua Holmes #WomensArt
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Spent the time painting with the song, ‘I have often walked down this street before’ in my head! Went to add a few bits and there it was on the radio!!!!I think I’ll have a go at pen and wash with this, might even get it straight �#Watercolourr#WellingtonSquaree#Cheltenhammb
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A Watercolour of evening light at Sandycove in Dublin ….#Art #watercolour #sandycove #dublin #coastal
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最近雨が続いてます。 夜の雨街、家に帰りたい人々〜 #??? #watercolor #???
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Watercolor 12x18. Even in the blurry spaces, we all have absolute freedom that is through love, respect, and understanding. #ArtetaOut #artwork #artist #painting #birdart #aquarellepainting #watercolorpainting [email protected] haninwatercolor(FB page) hannahwong59
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The poet’s mind is in fact a receptacle for seizing and storing up numberless feelings, phrases, images, which remain there until all the particles which can unite to form a new compound are present together. T.S. ELIOT #writing #poetry
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Selfies aren't inherently silly or self-regarding says A. de Botton*. Rembrandt, for example, was addicted to making images of himself (ca. 100!). He wasn't seeking the approval of others, but self-knowledge. Are selfie takers today the same? @twschaller art
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It sucks jumping in a cold pool but once you’re in it’s fine. Same pattern applies to: -Getting started with work each day -Having a hard conversation with a friend -Singing in front of people -Breaking up with someone Most of the time, jumping in is the hardest part.
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There are lots of reasons open offices are bad, but, as you might expect, germs are one of them. This big survey found that sick days are 62% higher in open offices than individual offices. Even group offices are better, six person rooms have 30% less sick days than open plans.
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“It happened, therefore it can happen again: this is the core of what we have to say.” ~ Primo Levi from “The Drowned and The Saved” thanks to .@PGourevitch
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"I believe that an overlooked route to gratitude is exposure to difficult circumstances." My latest article for @TheAtlantic. theatlantic.com/family/archive…
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Jaime Morera Galicia (1854-1927) - Beach with setting sun
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Elysian beauty, melancholy grace, Brought from a pensive though a happy place. ~William Wordsworth Portrait study by @AquarelleADay
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„It is in books, poems, paintings which often give us the confidence to take seriously feelings in ourselves that we might otherwise never have thought to acknowledge.“ Alain de Botton, The Architecture of Happiness
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Presentation Skills for Introverts® tip: Take a conscious breath and reflect before you begin speaking; no need to rush.
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'A breath of sea air' by contemporary UK artist Dawn Stacey #WomensArt
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'Golden Dawn' by Erin Hanson, contemporary US landscape painter #WomensArt
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Shamsia Hassani, fine arts lecturer and first known female graffiti artist in Afghanistan #WomensArt #WomenOfAfghanistan 🙏U
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"There is no such thing as a one-size fits all work environment" We learned so much about Introverted Leadership from @susancain Quiet: How to Harness the Strengths of Introverts to Change How We Work, Lead, and Innovate @livequiet
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THE PEACE OF WILD THINGS “When despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be” ~ Wendell Berry
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When I look back I realise I was an awkward, lonely child, a hopeless introvert, shy and withdrawn. Books were my best friends. Inside each novel I found a universe far more colourful and real than the one in which I lived. — @Elif_Safak, on books & reading Photo: Roo Lewis
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History = a series of endless cataclysms Poetry = in the middle of all this a human voice is trying to sing
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"Autunm Mood, Rooftops of St Petersburg", 2014 Kirill Alone
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Kees van Dongen (1877-1968) - Champ de blé et coquelicots
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Asking for feedback creates a critic. Asking for advice creates a partner. - @ShaneAParrish
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Women in Afghanistan, and those living as refugees in Pakistan or Iran have become so accustomed to war they have often replaced traditional motifs of flowers and birds in their rug weaving with images of war, including drones, tanks and guns #WomensArt
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Sydney Opera House illuminated by the art works of Gustav Klimt. #archaeohistories
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Sensitivity doesn't mean brittle. Some of the most creative and brave people throughout the course of human history had an exquisite sensitivity to suffering, to beauty, to the change of emotions in others and themselves, to the changing seasons, and to the emotions of animals.
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