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The Cost of Paying Attention "Attention is a resource; a person has only so much of it," writes Matthew B. Crawford at NYTimes.com. He wonders if it would help to envision an "attentional commons" where this precious resource w…
Jonathan Sacks A profile with bibliography and distinctive contributions to spirituality of Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, author and professor.
Pir Vilayat Khan in After the Ecstasy, The Laundry They would all have a hard time
King Kong Great adventure story with a sensational performance by Naomi Watts as the beauty who makes even a truly fierce beast beautiful just by loving him.
Walking the Way Robert Meikyo Rosenbaum on dwelling with earth and thinking with depth.
Barry Lopez in God Is Love To forgive humanity is to take on adult life
The Age of Acquiescence An analysis of the differences between the first Gilded Age after the Civil and the second at the time of Occupy Wall Street.
Danish Proverb in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection What peace feeds
Big Data An assessment of the datification of society with its quantitative emphasis on all that we do.
This Changes Everything Heard about the Internet's creepy next wave? If you haven't, Sue Halpern's coverage of four recent books on the subject gives you a front-row seat on the spectacle that is slowly and quietly unfoldi…