Honda’s Three Joys: How the Founder Understands Human Psyche
Honda’s Three Joys was a letter that he wrote to his employees in 1951. See how deeply he understands human psyche in this letter.
Curiosity: The Key to Maximal Learning
Curiosity is the key to maximal learning. You will learn the most when you want to learn. This is about exercising individuality in learning.
Hamilton: How Genius Work Happens
Hamilton: The Revolution records the creation story of the breakthrough musical Hamilton. There’s a great story of individuality here.
Individuality and Creativity: A Christian Perspective
In the Judeo-Christian perspective, individuality is rooted in the character of the divine, displayed in the grand opening of the Bible.
Individuality: What Makes You, You
What makes you, you? This is the first of a series of post on individuality. To begin, here are 10 thoughts on individuality.
Hope Jahren’s Love Letter to Life and Science
Lab Girl is Hope Jahren’s love letter to life and science, filled with poetic reflection on her life and the life of a tree.
Abraham Heschel: Two Ways of Seeing the World
Abraham Heschel writes that there are two faculties, two ways of seeing the world. One is with questions, the other with silence.
Anatomy of Excellence
What makes people excel and stand out from average? These are 5 things that make up the anatomy of excellence. Read it.
Quotes on the Magical Power of Books
A collection of lovely quotes on the magical power of books. Galileo Galilei, Carl Sagan, C. S. Lewis, and more.