I had to share this minute of beauty.
Mary Oliver died Thursday, 17 January 2019. It’s worth knowing her. The New Yorker piece below will introduce you to her world and the YouTube video features her reading one of her most popular poems.
The Bad Girls Bible is an online guide to sexuality, primarily geared toward women but valuable for men as well. It’s worth a look whether you’re looking to improve some aspect of your sex life, explore sex techniques, or are just curious.
I found this lesson fun, clever and thoughtful. Hopefully you’ll enjoy it too.
Humans at their best. Thank you to these women for bringing some much needed beauty into the world.
The wisdom in this graphic seems obvious, but I’m guilty of violating it and I know from experience it’s common for others to do so. It’s worth tucking this observation in the back of your mind to help you encourage someone who’s struggling when they take a step in the right direction.
Fred Rogers was a beautiful human being. I’m inspired by his example.
Here, Candid Camera tricks Fred Rogers and is surprised by his unruffled reaction to not having a TV in his hotel room
It’s wonderful to see this young woman speaking from a place of strength and wisdom. She and those like her will create a better world for all of us.
Harriet Tubman is a true badass woman and enduring symbol of greatness.
The Washington Post notes that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has apparently decided not to replace the portrait of slave owner and mass murderer Andrew Jackson with that of the great Harriet Tubman on the US $20 bill. Mnuchin and the rest of this racist administration are part of a dying ideology, and great human beings like Tubman will overcome this hatred and have the last word.
It’s worth reading this short essay adapted from “Hunger: A Memoir Of (My) Body”, by Roxane Gay. It will help you understand life in an overweight body and awaken your empathy.