Not new, but always good to listen to it again. Thanks Chris.
– I can’t get over this picture. I can never look at grass the same way again. So much happy!
– My remarkable friend Libby DeLana wrote a book about her practice of walking. In 2011 she stepped outside her New England home for a walk. She did the same thing the next day, and the next. It became a daily habit that has culminated in her walking over 25,000 miles – the equivalent of the earth’s circumference.
– ‘Humanity is a quality we owe to each other.’ In other words: in a world of absolute individualism – which our system in the West arguably steers us toward – a sense of shared humanity is hard to come by.
– 10 powerful lessons from the best commencement speeches of all time.
– The Age of reopening anxiety, by Anna Russell
– Whaaaat! An alphabet found on the wing patterns of butterflies. YES
– NPR put together a guide with common terms about gender identity, how to talk about gender respectfully — and why it matters.
– A little alcohol can boost creativity and strengthen social ties, Katie Julian writes. But there’s nothing moderate, or convivial, about the way many Americans drink today. America Has a Drinking Problem
– This made me laugh: What legos do when we aren’t looking
– Listen: Arlo Parks Tiny Desk
– It’s Pride month. Wear a rainbow.