I like this:
An incredible reminder and story of how powerful relationships are… even and especially the ones that you make online.
I am biased, though… I do particularly like imgur and it’s one of the few sites that I visit every single day.
This guy gets it:
This artwork is creative, clever, and a bit spooky. I love it:
Mental illness is more than just an occasional nuisance… it can destroy the very best things in our lives. Nothing is outside its reach and grasp.
This vignette about Paul Alexander hits very close to home:
The stereotypes that we learn, that we develop, that we create in our own heads are powerful and many of them… perhaps most of them are unconscious and unbeknownst to us.
But they inform our decisions, they impact the very things that we do and also the very things that we say. They bias us to head in specific directions or to keep us planted, firmly, where we are.
The Japanese have been practicing the discipline of mindfulness for ages but it’s only become in vogue here in the states in the last few years. I know that it was a large topic of conversation in my last company in and around the staff and I’ve even attended workshops here in San Francisco on it exclusively.
But what hasn’t quite happened yet is the full integration of it in our entire lives: