What matters most
“[M]ost of us pay attention to the wrong things. Most people vastly overestimate the extent to which more money would improve our lives. Most schools and colleges spend too much time preparing students for careers and not enough preparing them to make social decisions. Most governments release a ton of data on economic trends but not enough on trust and other social conditions. In short,...
Between nine and eleven years old
“I’ve found that your chances for happiness are increased if you wind up doing something that is a reflection of what you loved most when you were somewhere between nine and eleven years old. At that age, you know enough of the world to have opinions about things, but you’re not old enough yet to be overly influenced by the crowd or by what other people are doing or what you think you “should” be...
Daniel Ruanova: Art and Violence in Tijuana on Vimeo
All mankind is of one author, and is one volume; when one man dies, one chapter...– John Donne
Childhood was invented in the seventeenth century.– Neil Postman (also)
Portaestudio 216/1 - Kevin Johansen y Liniers (via Parte 2)
Mulheres Barbadas na Casa do Lado on Vimeo