Let’s confess while growing up we all had an eye on our mom’s favourite jewellery pieces. Seeing your mother adorned in most beautiful of her jewels always had us dreaming to wear them too. 441 more words
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This Hero Left His Oxford U. Rhodes Scholarship In 1967 To Fight In Vietnam Where He Earned 16 Medals
We’re just a few weeks away from Memorial Day so I wanted to share this amazing clip with you all about Karl Marlantes. Karl first came to the US Marines as an undergrad at Yale University in the ‘Platoon Leaders Class’ where he’d train at Quantico during the Summers and when he graduated he’d earned a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University in England. 156 more words
Humanity can be callous and wasteful, but we often form attachments to things. Can connecting with sentimentality help encourage awareness?
In this age of technology and mass production, we are accustomed to replacing things as they age and break down. 408 more words
In terms of minimalism, I’ve been thinking about the difference between historical value and sentimental value in objects. I’ve been focusing on sentimental value – I’m enjoying lightening my life, but practicing the discipline of physical non-attachment to… 235 more words