“I am convinced that far more idealistic aspiration exists than is ever evident. Just as the rivers we see are much less numerous than the underground streams, so the idealism that is visible is minor compared to what men and women carry in their hearts, unreleased or scarcely released. Mankind is waiting and longing for those who can accomplish the task of untying what is knotted and bringing the underground waters to the surface.” — Albert Schweitzer

“I am convinced that far more idealistic aspiration exists than is ever evident. Just as the rivers we see are much less numerous than the underground streams, so the idealism that is visible is minor compared to what men and women carry in their hearts, unreleased or scarcely released. Mankind is waiting and longing for those who can accomplish the task of untying what is knotted and bringing the underground waters to the surface.” — Albert Schweitzer

“Less is more.” — Ludwig Mies van der Rohe     This is true in giving, as well as architecture.     Give to more charities you like, by giving less — and sharing them with your friends. Your friends discover these charities through you & they give too.     This is how giving less becomes giving more.

“Less is more.” — Ludwig Mies van der Rohe This is true in giving, as well as architecture. Give to more charities you like, by giving less — and sharing them with your friends. Your friends discover these charities through you & they give too. This is how giving less becomes giving more.

Disruptive Philanthropy: Less Is More     “An innovation that is disruptive allows a whole new population of consumers access to a product or service that was historically only accessible to consumers with a lot of money or a lot of skill.”     Clayton Christensen, author of The Innovator’s Dilemma

Disruptive Philanthropy: Less Is More “An innovation that is disruptive allows a whole new population of consumers access to a product or service that was historically only accessible to consumers with a lot of money or a lot of skill.” Clayton Christensen, author of The Innovator’s Dilemma


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Anselm's Ontological Argument (Proslogion chapters 2 & 3) - YouTube

Anselm's Ontological Argument (Proslogion chapters 2 & 3) - YouTube

Sketchnotes on the cosmological argument (for philosophy) -mine.

Sketchnotes on the cosmological argument (for philosophy) -mine.

HOW HOT WAS IT? A honeybee drinks from a fountain on the campus of the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C., on July 1. The temperature was forecast to top 100 degrees for the third day in a row.

HOW HOT WAS IT? A honeybee drinks from a fountain on the campus of the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C., on July 1. The temperature was forecast to top 100 degrees for the third day in a row.

Bees were valuable before money was invented; they have been symbols on money from ancient to modern times.

Bees were valuable before money was invented; they have been symbols on money from ancient to modern times.

Bees Carry Pollen In Bags On Their Legs & Can Carry Up To Their Own Body Weight

Pictured: The bees fitted with microchips to find out why their species is dying

Bees Carry Pollen In Bags On Their Legs & Can Carry Up To Their Own Body Weight

Bee    Courtesy of laura tormo cifuentes    Image Details  Instrument used: Inspect Family  Magnification: 500

Bee Courtesy of laura tormo cifuentes Image Details Instrument used: Inspect Family Magnification: 500

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