Web Miscellany: Compilation #39

Happy Friday! What are you up to this weekend? I’ll be devouring my newest book, The Atomic Weight of Love, attending a yin yoga class and baking some strawberry-rhubarb pie. Oh, and we’re also compiling a list of things to do in Seattle, Portland and the surrounding areas. (Any recommendations?) Hope you have a good one! Here are a few fun links from around the web:

  1. “If you want to change the fruits, you will first have to change the roots. If you want to change the visible, you must first change the invisible.” — T. Harv Eker

  2. Study: Encounters With God, Even Under The Influence, Provide Lasting Mental Benefits.

  3. From the archives:10 Lessons From 10 Years of Yoga.
  4. “What compelled you to put a waterfall of this size inside an airport?”
  5. Rather than identifying as old, young or middle-aged, be an “old person in training” instead
  6. Love this! Running Out of Children, a South Korea School Enrolls Illiterate Grandmothers.
  7. The new rule for empathy seems to be: reserve it, not for your “enemies,” but for the people you believe are hurt, or you have decided need it the most.
  8. Do you own your medical data? Legally (and frighteningly), the answer is “no.”
  9. What Amazon knows about you. Yikes.
  10. Phosphorescent – “Song for Zula”

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