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Spiritual Japan: Photos by Nune Karamyan

by Jason Jose 

Long exposure photos of temples, bridges, and monuments in Japan treated with a sepia tone by photographer Nune Karamyan. The warm tone adds a timeless quality to the images as if they were shot a long time ago and are just being discovered. 89 altre parole

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Exactly How To Organize Your Medicine Cabinet—And What To Toss

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We’ll show you what to do, step by step.

byTamekia Reece

Declutter Your Life is a month-long initiativeto help you manage stress and boost your health by learning the principles of banishing clutter and restoring a sense of order to your world. 615 altre parole

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Guys! Do you know about rare post-orgasm sickness POIS?

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Men who ejaculate after having an intercourse or by masturbating and even by wet dreams can get affected by a rare sickness Post-Orgasmic Illness Syndrome (POIS) … 502 altre parole

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Antonio Damasio Tells Us Why Pain Is Necessary

BEYOND SCIENCE: Antonio Damasio, director of the Brain and Creativity Institute at USC, sings the glories of the arts in his new book, The Strange Order of Things: “The sciences alone cannot illuminate the entirety of human experience without the light that comes from art and humanities.” 823 altre parole
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Walking as Creative Fuel: A Splendid 1913 Celebration of How Solitary Walks Enliven “The Country of the Mind”

Art from What Color Is the Wind? by Anne Herbauts

“Nature’s particular gift to the walker… is to set the mind jogging, to make it garrulous, exalted, a little mad maybe — certainly creative and suprasensitive.” 900 altre parole

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If You’re Crushingly Lonely, You’re Not Alone

by Tracy Moore

The U.K. has even appointed a ‘Minister for Loneliness’

Bad news first: Turns out we are all, each of us, in some way or another, totally alone. 702 altre parole

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When your period makes you suicidal

For some women, PMS can be extremely debilitating. By Karen Gordon

For most women of reproductive age, having premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in the days leading up to a period is an inconvenience they could do without. 778 altre parole

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