Words of wisdom, let us not be distracted:
[T]he important things require nuance, patience and understanding. They require an understanding of goals, of the way the world works and our mutual respect.
If someone keeps coming back to an irrelevant, urgent or provocative point instead, they’re signaling that they’d rather not talk about the important thing.
Which is precisely what we need to talk about.Seth Godin
Rest In Peace Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
She changed the world, she made it better.
The process of design squiggle by Damien Newman is a good example of how you can explain a process visually. He applied it to design, I wonder what else we can apply it to.
The Process of Design Squiggle by Damien Newman, thedesignsquiggle.com
We’ve all heard of the seven deadly since, but have you heard of Gandhi’s social sins? They are also seven and include
- Wealth without work
- Pleasure without conscience
John Dyer applied the Bechdel test to the Bible. One of his conclusions:
It’s almost as if in world of patriarchy and misogyny, the presence of women function as markers that say, “Pay attention, this is important!” for each major movement of the biblical story.