Kindness and Beauty…

In this “animated adaptation of a commencement speech given by George Saunders at Syracuse University in May 2013,” the Twisted Sifter blog helps us to “learn about the importance (and challenge) of kindness”…

Via Twisted Sifter

And then BuzzFeed helps us to see that “beauty isn’t only in the eye of the beholder”…

Many people view beauty as something you see with your eyes, but when you can’t see beauty, you have to feel it. Whether it’s the beauty in simplicity…

Many people view beauty as something you see with your eyes, but when you can’t see beauty, you have to feel it. Whether it’s the beauty in simplicity…

Experience…

Experience…

Or the ones you love, there’s so much more out there than what we can see.

Or the ones you love, there’s so much more out there than what we can see.

Beauty isn’t only in the eye of the beholder…

Beauty isn’t only in the eye of the beholder…

Video and images via BuzzFeed

According to Wikipedia:

Intelligence has been defined in many different ways such as in terms of one’s capacity for logic, abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, communication, learning, emotional knowledge, memory, planning, and problem solving.

I would go on to define an advanced intelligence as one that both recognizes, and has compassion for, the fact that other intelligent beings have those very same capacities

I want ice water.

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