One person's experiment with saying "I don't know." Turns out, telling the truth builds trust in competency more than overblown confidence.
Who hasn't been plagued by wanting the ideal life? What if, when we let that go, we actually get a chance to live it?
In this short and pointed article, it's not just in Afghanistan, but around the world that women's education benefits men, children, the economy, and the climate.
Another brief story, where the writer observes as a small human trekking in a huge wilderness, it is present moment awareness and mental stamina (not brash bravado) that are the keys to survival.
This very balanced look at history offers that perhaps civilization is not in a freefall, nor in a metoric rise, rather, that both are happening at the same time, it just depends on how we act, because it does matter.
This very fun picture turns a human's perspective on its head!
An amazing website shows the relative size of things from nano-nano particles (my words) to universal magnitudes. You control which way to go!
Freediving is not something I've ever been interested in, until now. Read here about the world's best freediver who could also be the greatest yogi given how he practices.
And recognizing that nature has created such beauty in the world, take a look at this blanket octopus in a rare video.
I almost feel like I flew there myself in this photo compilation showing details of the sun.