The power of reading

Many people think that reading or engaging themselves in a literature-related activity is for loners or people who enjoy isolation, however there are options to use this wonderful activity to connect with others. So the perks of reading are each day more evident –and not only the ones that improve one’s knowledge. The best of […]

The power of gratitude and giving reflected in our daily lives

I guess, there are many things to say about this subject, however everything could be seen from a very social or unrealistic point of view, and that’s way we normally can talk about this when we are in a meeting with friends or with people we trust. Now science is reconfirming I think and have […]

How our sense of touch is a lot like the way we hear

To put attention to our senses is to open yourself to be amazed by life. The next is an article about how and why our tactile sense feels and gets fired, the beauty of it resides in the memory of our skin and the ability to reproduce a certain sensation again without touching the particular […]

‘All humans are closely related’

Native Americans and Northern Europeans more closely related than previously thought. I agree with what many have said, that we all are interconnected and that presence in this world is just the consequence of several universes within, from the microcosmos to the macrocosmos. However, this article shows this relation between humans has links in the […]

The best technology is no technology

Yates, Andrew. Laura Gallagher performs trampoline, Getty Images Katsushika Hokusai. British Museum. http://www.artfund.org/ecards/artwork/10242/1195/thank-you (10 December, 2011)

The best technology is no technology | Culture professionals network | Guardian Professional. This is one of the best articles I’ve read in a long time. It talks about something that has been circling around my head: that we must be more than gadgets and technology, that in life there are more important things than […]