“Reading well…is thus not only a good in itself… It also serves to keep our minds alive and growing.” – Adler
Hindsight bias: the belief that past events were more predictable than they were before they happened. See how hindsight’s not always 20/20.
Rock of Ages: many ancient structures were made out of stones, stable and durable materials that also symbolize God’s kingdom.
Two new books released today that celebrate women and science, two subjects that are great on their own, but super fascinating when combined.
How my reading habits change as a result of reading more slowly, aiming to gain understanding and wisdom instead of speed.
Tips on how to be an excellent student, who is not just smart, but wise, knowing how to contextualize knowledge and use it in life.
Study to be smarter, Reflect to be wiser. Read to learn about the role of reflection in gaining wisdom. Tips included.
It’s Einstein’s birthday and Pi day! Check out these links for some educational, nerdy programs to celebrate March 14.
The art of thinking two thoughts at once. In the wonders of living, experiences that seemingly contradict each other can co-exist.