15 Quotes on Letting Go of Regret


At one point or another, every one of us has wrestled with regret. We wish we had approached a situation differently, or taken an opportunity when it presented itself. As writer Kurt Vonnegut once said, “Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are, ‘It might have been.’” It’s human nature to grieve … Continue reading 15 Quotes on Letting Go of Regret

Quotes About Nature From 10 Famous Environmentalists


There is only one Earth, and it’s the only home we have — a fact not lost on the untold number of people who have fought to protect the planet and the living creatures on its surface. Today, the words of these influential figures, from philosophers to Presidents, call on us to make their fight … Continue reading Quotes About Nature From 10 Famous Environmentalists

30 Beautiful and Wise Quotes From Maya Angelou


In her 86 years of life, Maya Angelou experienced and accomplished more than most people would in 10 lifetimes. Early in her career, she worked as a streetcar conductor, cook, and nightclub performer, among other jobs. In the 1960s, she became active in the civil rights movement, working alongside Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm … Continue reading 30 Beautiful and Wise Quotes From Maya Angelou

Spark Joy With These Marie Kondo Quotes on Organization


It’s been about 10 years since Marie Kondo’s trademark phrase “spark joy” entered the American lexicon, and the Japanese organizing consultant’s impact has only grown. The core of Kondo’s organizing philosophy, known as the KonMari Method, is this: Keep only what sparks joy, and be at peace with letting go of all the rest. Her … Continue reading Spark Joy With These Marie Kondo Quotes on Organization

10 Quotes That Are Really, Actually Ironic


“Irony” is one of those terms that people seem to understand intuitively, though it can be difficult to define exactly. Just ask Alanis Morissette, whose 1996 hit song “Ironic” has been lambasted by just about every exacting literary type and high school English teacher because the situations she describes in her lyrics are more “unfortunate” … Continue reading 10 Quotes That Are Really, Actually Ironic

‘When You Get, Give’: 14 Quotes About Volunteering


The benefits of altruism are varied and vast: Volunteering is a way to help others in need, to build community, and, perhaps most importantly, to remind ourselves that we are all part of a bigger society. The ways that we can volunteer our time and skills are manifold, ranging from cleaning up public spaces or … Continue reading ‘When You Get, Give’: 14 Quotes About Volunteering

Newsletter: Foreign Affairs toay


April 29, 2022 | View in Browser Sponsored by Middlebury Institute of International Studies How Not to Invade a Nation Russia’s Attack on Ukraine Is a Case Study in Bad Strategy By Frederick W. Kagan and Mason Clark A Foreign Affairs subscription is less than $3.50/month. Subscribe today. North Korea’s Missile Message How Kim’s New Nuclear Capabilities Up the Ante By Katrin … Continue reading Newsletter: Foreign Affairs toay

10 Ridiculous and Cruel School Actions and Punishments


by Stephanie fact checked by Darci Heikkinen Everyone has a story to tell about when they got an undeserved or uncomfortable punishment from a teacher, but are they as ridiculous as these? From six-year-old kids being arrested to being placed in a mental facility, with these stories, you may even feel a bit better about your high … Continue reading 10 Ridiculous and Cruel School Actions and Punishments

15 Steve Jobs Quotes About Innovation


Steve Jobs was the sort of visionary that comes along just once in a lifetime. Since cofounding Apple Computer in 1976, he has changed nearly every facet of society, from how we communicate to how we enjoy music to how we create. But to hear him tell it, there is nothing extraordinary about his life’s … Continue reading 15 Steve Jobs Quotes About Innovation

Quotes on Aristotle’s Virtues, From Courage to Wit


Aristotle was not just a great philosopher; the ancient Greek scholar also wrote about poetry, drama, comedy, biology, physics, politics, and music. His thirst for understanding the world seemed boundless. When his works were studied in the Middle Ages, he became known as not just a philosopher but “The Philosopher.” In the poet Dante’s 1472 epic poem Divine … Continue reading Quotes on Aristotle’s Virtues, From Courage to Wit

  Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.


Press Information Bureau Government of India •DRI seizes 395 kg of thread laced with heroin at Pipavav Port, Gujarat •COVID-19 UPDATE •PM to address the inaugural session of Joint Conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts on 30th April •Integrated Election Complex with state-of-art infrastructure inaugurated by CEC Shri Sushil Chandra •Goa … Continue reading   Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

Intelligence Fusion – 5 incidents. Newsletter


Friday 29th April 2022 Hi Dhananjay, Here's your weekly rundown of the global security landscape, highlighting key incidents that have taken place in each region in the last seven days; EUROPE Transnistria, Moldova This week, several explosions were reported in various parts of Moldova’s breakaway region of Transnistria, which currently has approximately 1,500 Russian troops … Continue reading Intelligence Fusion – 5 incidents. Newsletter

Did you know…


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Newsletter: Foreign Affairs Today


April 28, 2022 | View in Browser Sponsored by Middlebury Institute of International Studies Rebels Without a Cause The New Face of African Warfare By Jason K. Stearns A Foreign Affairs subscription is less than $3.50/month. Subscribe today. How the Ukraine War Is Changing Japan Tokyo Moves Toward a More Assertive Security Strategy By Takako Hikotani The Outsiders How the International System … Continue reading Newsletter: Foreign Affairs Today

11 Quotes on Finding Inner Peace


In our turbulent world, equanimity can sometimes feel like a secret treasure, hidden away only to be found by those brave enough to venture out in search of it — retreating into the wild or seeking out tranquility at monasteries and cathedrals. Yet time and again, the most insightful teachers counsel that our sense of … Continue reading 11 Quotes on Finding Inner Peace

20 Brilliant Quotes From Pulitzer Prize-Winning Books


For more than a century, the Pulitzer Prize for fiction (originally the Pulitzer Prize for novels from 1918 to 1948) has honored some of the most groundbreaking and spellbinding pieces of modern American literature, including works from such visionary authors as Edith Wharton, John Steinbeck, Ernest Hemingway, Toni Morrison, Philip Roth, and Junot Diaz. In … Continue reading 20 Brilliant Quotes From Pulitzer Prize-Winning Books

The Big Think Newsletter


THE BIG IDEA Mathematicians suggest the “37% rule” for your life’s biggest decisions If life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Good things come to those who wait. To this canon of self-help advice, we could perhaps add one more: Follow the 37% rule. From finding a partner … Continue reading The Big Think Newsletter

Newsletter by James Clear


“The most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web.” 3-2-1: How to change someone's mind, the balance between justice and compassion, and looking foolish read on JAMESCLEAR.COM | APRIL 28, 2022 Happy 3-2-1 Thursday! Here are 3 ideas, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week. ​ ​ 3 Ideas From Me I. "Just because … Continue reading Newsletter by James Clear

Newsletter: Foreign Affairs This week


April 29, 2022 | View in Browser Sponsored by The Fletcher School at Tufts University NATO’s Nordic Expansion Adding Finland and Sweden Will Transform European Security  By Carl Bildt A Foreign Affairs subscription is less than $3.50/month. Subscribe today. A Real Foreign Policy for the Middle Class How to Help American Workers and Project U.S. Power By Heidi Crebo-Rediker and … Continue reading Newsletter: Foreign Affairs This week

Ethical Alliance Newsletter


ethiXbase Insights Webinar: Getting Ready for 2023 - is your business compliant with the Lieferkettengesetz? Understand the actions you must take by January 2023 in order to be compliant with the Lieferkettengesetz via our live webinar on 12 May 2022. Co-hosted with the Deutsches Institut für Compliance (DICO) and speakers from Norton Rose Fulbright and … Continue reading Ethical Alliance Newsletter

Google Arts and Culture Newsletter


Artwork of the month  Step into the park and explore Georges Seurat’s ‘La Grande Jatte’ 5 ways 1 1. Get straight to the point… Did you know that Seurat played a key role in the invention of ‘pointillism’? It’s a technique which uses many thousands of tiny brushstrokes, almost just dots or points, to build … Continue reading Google Arts and Culture Newsletter

Ethixbase Newsletter


 [Watch Now To Protect Your Business] Recent sanctions mean it is more important than ever to fully understand the entities you are working with, and who owns them. Do you know if the UBO of one of your suppliers has influence or interest in a sanctioned entity? Also did you know an individuals separate entities can be sanctioned by … Continue reading Ethixbase Newsletter

Our areas of expertise by Seth Godin


* Our areas of expertise [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=185735282&f=1081591&c=8339012&u=5102652 ] Most of all, we're experts in our own narrative, our feelings, our lived experience. No one has had that but us, and while it might be unexamined or instinctive, we're the experts. Experts in who we associate with and what we choose to believe. And many of us are … Continue reading Our areas of expertise by Seth Godin

  Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.


Press Information Bureau Government of India •Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh says, Industry stake is important for "sustainable" StartUps •PIB’S BULLETIN ON COVID-19 • No 'Change of Guard' Ceremony on April 30 •Text of PM’s address while dedicating and laying the foundation stone of cancer hospitals in Assam •Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Availability in States/UTs  •Department … Continue reading   Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

Blogarama – Newsletter


Your new post has been just indexed ‘A Matter Of Infinite Hope’: 16 Poignant Lines From ‘The Great Gatsby’ Dhananjay Parkhe · 13:50 28 Apr 2022 “With the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning … Continue reading Blogarama – Newsletter

10 Blockbuster Movies Originating from Short Stories


by Fielies De Kock fact checked by Darci Heikkinen One would expect that most film adaptations are from famous novels, which is the case in some instances. But through the years, plenty of well-known movies were adapted from short stories printed in newspapers or book compilations—with famous and not-so-famous authors’ shorter reads becoming movie blockbusters. Films like Apocalypse … Continue reading 10 Blockbuster Movies Originating from Short Stories

‘A Matter of Infinite Hope’: 16 Poignant Lines from ‘The Great Gatsby’


“With the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.” So begins F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, now considered a classic for its depictions of flawed characters navigating romance and … Continue reading ‘A Matter of Infinite Hope’: 16 Poignant Lines from ‘The Great Gatsby’

Quotes for Every Love Language, From Gifts to Time


When it comes to relationships, not all gestures of love are perceived the same by everyone. So in 1992, author and counselor Gary Chapman came up with a rubric for interpersonal communication that has since become a blueprint for couples looking to strengthen their bonds. His bestselling book, The Five Love Languages, details the five modes … Continue reading Quotes for Every Love Language, From Gifts to Time

‘Find the Humor’: 14 Betty White Quotes on Life


A mischievous smile, a bawdy joke, and a cheerful outlook — actress and comedian Betty White navigated a near 80-year career with these simple elements. Famous for her portrayal of widow Rose Nylund on the 1980s sitcom Golden Girls, White was an industry pioneer long before that role. In 1951, when the Emmy Awards first recognized … Continue reading ‘Find the Humor’: 14 Betty White Quotes on Life

Futurism Newsletter


  The Future Is Waiting For a $44 Billion Check To Clear 25 APRIL 2022 TOP STORY Twitter Agrees to Elon Musk Takeover Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, wants to make the platform a bastion for free speech — although given his own history of silencing critics, it’s unclear how that’ll play out. READ … Continue reading Futurism Newsletter

Newsletter: Foreign Affairs Today


April 27, 2022 | View in Browser Sponsored by Middlebury Institute of International Studies The Middle East Abhors a Vacuum America’s Exit and the Coming Contest for Military Supremacy By Kenneth M. Pollack A Foreign Affairs subscription is less than $3.50/month. Subscribe today. Modi’s Big Mistake How Neutrality on Ukraine Weakens India By Shashi Tharoor Turkey’s Lethal Weapon From Ukraine to Syria, … Continue reading Newsletter: Foreign Affairs Today

The Futurism Newsletter


  The Future Is A Gundam Doing Boring Stuff. 27 APRIL 2022 TOP STORY Japanese Railroad Builds Giant Gundam-Style Robot to Fix Power Lines The West Japan Rail Company is now using a humongous Gundam-style robot to fix remote railway power lines — and to make it even cooler, the robot is piloted by an actual … Continue reading The Futurism Newsletter

The Marginalian Newsletter


This is the midweek edition of The Marginalian (formerly Brain Pickings) by Maria Popova — one piece resurfaced from the fifteen-year archive as timeless uplift for heart, mind, and spirit. If you missed last week's archival resurrection — The Book of Delights: poet and gardener Ross Gay's yearlong experiment in willful gladness — you can catch up right here. … Continue reading The Marginalian Newsletter