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  • Amazon shared from The Humans: A Novel by Matt Haig
    technology, on Earth, just means something you will laugh at in five years. Value the stuff you won’t laugh at in five years. Like love. Or a good poem. Or a song. Or the sky.
    Note: Good "Advice for a Human"
  • Amazon shared from An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth: What Going to Space Taught Me About Ingenuity, Determination, and Being Prepared for Anything by Chris Hadfield
    It’s never either-or, never enjoyment versus advancement, so long as you conceive of advancement in terms of learning rather than climbing to the next rung of the professional ladder.
    Note: Continuous learning -
  • Amazon shared from Codex Born (Magic Ex Libris Book 2) by Jim C. Hines
    The more we narrow the definition of beauty, the more beauty we shut out of our lives.
    Note: so true
  • Amazon shared from How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe: A Novel by Charles Yu
    The Foundational Theory of Chronodiegetics Within a science fictional space, memory and regret are, when taken together, the set of necessary and sufficient elements required to produce a time machine.
    Note: I would think curiosity would also be a factor
  • Amazon shared from Leaders Make the Future: Ten New Leadership Skills for an Uncertain World by Robert Johansen
    nurture the ability to engage with your own hopelessness, learn how to wade through it to the other side, and flip it in a more positive direction. Dilemma flippers have the ability to make their way through hopelessness into hope.
    Note: I needed this- reading this piece really resonates right now & it's helping me adjust my perspective
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