Five Things #97
Every Wednesday I share five things I've liked and think you might like too. Here are this week’s Five Things…
I hadn't listened to Adam Buxton's podcast in quite a while (silly me) so this rambling chat with film directors Wes Anderson and Garth Jennings was a good reminder of what I'd been missing!
This quote from a recent Austin Kleon post really jumped out at me: "if you really want to explore ideas in an environment conducive to good thinking, you should consider hanging out with 'people who are not so much like-minded as like-hearted,' people who are 'temperamentally disposed to openness and have habits of listening.'"
What an incredible man: Johan van Hulst, Who Helped Save 600 Children From the Nazis, Dies at 107
An interesting TED talk about how we experience and process emotions by Lisa Feldman Barrett.
🎶 I'm really enjoying Poppy Ackroyd's latest album Resolve.
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