Daily Archives: July 19, 2018

Understanding human emotion

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My finger turning bright red means that my mood ring is too tight.

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Rekindled — The Reluctant Poet

Originally posted on Overflowing Ink: Never under estimate the voltage of affection Revitalized Never fear the force of precious sentiments Rejuvenated Never be afraid of the overwhelming tears Reborn Never neglect the seeds of devotion Reinvigorated Never ignore the moments … Continue reading

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s 1 HENRY VI: A Retelling in Prose — Act 2, Scene 4

— 2.4 — In a garden with rose bushes, some bearing red roses and some bearing white roses, near the Middle and Inner Temples in London, the Duke of Somerset, the Earl of Suffolk, and the Earl of Warwick stood, … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Names Anecdotes

Carl Linnaeus became the father of classification by virtue of creating a new way of naming plants and animals using a binomial system of nomenclature, with the first name identifying the plant or animal as belonging to a specific group … Continue reading

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Edgar Lee Masters: Alexander Throckmorton (Spoon River Anthology)

In youth my wings were strong and tireless, But I did not know the mountains. In age I knew the mountains But my weary wings could not follow my vision— Genius is wisdom and youth. ***

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