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How To Write Letters: A Vintage Guide to the Lost Art of Epistolary Etiquette, 1876 | Brain Pickings ----- The lost art. It seems everything now is a tweet
Lost Cat: An Illustrated Meditation on Love, Loss, and What It Means To Be Human
Though “about” a cat, this heartwarming and heartbreaking tale is really about what it means to be human — about the osmosis of hollowing loneliness and profound attachment, the oscillation between boundless affection and paralyzing fear of abandonment, the unfair promise of loss implicit to every possibility of love.
This graphic novel adaptation of Strunk and White's bible of grammar would be a hit with teen readers tasked with improving their writing. Why is this so great for teens? It makes chore like reading fun and interesting, and maybe a bit more memorable. Not only will get the information in the door, but it engages their creativity. #Grammar #Writing
"Strange as it may seem today to say, the aim of life is to live, and to live means to be aware joyously, drunkenly, serenely, divinely aware. In this state of god-like awareness one sings; in this realm the world exists as poem. No why or wherefore, no direction, no goal, no striving, no evolving." -Henry Miller