5 hábitos buenos de la gente inteligente:
- Son persistentes.
- Se fijan metas, objetivos.
- Son ávidos lectores (leen mucho, bah).
- Son disciplinados.
- Piensan sobre el pensamiento, el conocimiento.
Y 4 hábitos malos de la gente inteligente:
- Tienden a tomar.
- Usan drogas.
- Son noctámbulos (¡no lo veo como algo malo!).
- Son ansiosos (lo que puede llevar a la depresión o el neuroticismo).
I Conquer the World with Words
I conquer the world with words,
conquer the mother tongue,
verbs, nouns, syntax.
I sweep away the beginning of things
and with a new language
that has the music of water the message of fire
I light the coming age
and stop time in your eyes
and wipe away the line
time from this single moment.
Korea’s National Symbols: 태극기(Taegeukgi) and 무궁화 (Mugunghwa; Rose of Sharon)
The Korean flag is called Taegeukgi. Its design symbolizes the principles of the yin and yang in Asian philosophy. The circle in the center of the flag is divided into two equal parts. The upper red section represents the proactive cosmic forces of the yang. Conversely, the lower blue section represents the responsive cosmic forces of the yin. The two forces embody the concepts of continual movement, balance, and harmony that characterize the sphere of infinity. The circle is surrounded by four trigrams, one in each corner. Each trigram symbolizes one of the four universal elements: heaven, earth, fire, and water.
Instagrammers Capture Coachella 2013
Last weekend and again this weekend, music lovers will flock to Indio, California, for three sunny days of music and art at the Coachella Valley Festival (@coachella). This 14-year-old festival draws upwards of 75,000 people to the desert each weekend with a large number of attendees camping on site. To follow along with this weekend’s performances and events, be sure to follow a few of the bands and singers who will be performing:
Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader, not the fact that it’s raining, but the feeling of being rained upon.