As mentioned earlier this week, wanted to get back to letting the notable links/reads of the week sit on this pattern. It’s not that sharing a daily links blog is not important. But, it makes more sense through curation when you can figure out what some of those things look like, and how it impacts an audience.
Today, the theme is contemplation and breathing. Taking into account that not everything that we breathe in can be understood immediately, nor that everything that we breathe out will be something that lingers. There’s space. Space for contemplation in between the breath. And where that space is appreciated, beauty happens, life happens. And maybe, a return to a better rhythm.
With that, here are those items which stuck out this week; and just as previously, the order presented as a team just as important as the individual articles:
- In Defense of Slow Transportation
- Opinion | I Didn’t Write This Column. I Spoke It. - The New York Times
- Becoming an Interstellar Civilization – Jerry M Lawson – Medium
- Experiments Suggest Humans Can Directly Observe the Quantum
- Wanuri Kahiu on using film to talk about Africans as joyful and radiant | Design Indaba
- The Little Book Of Fixers – Jan Chipchase – Medium
Just one piece authored this week:
Previously shared notable lists: