When the world is scary, find comfort in the teachings of philosophers who knew how to handle a crisis

A photo of a sculpture of a man on a horse (presumably a Greek philosopher).
A photo of a sculpture of a man on a horse (presumably a Greek philosopher).
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You can’t get back the time you spend worrying

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A more insidious form of mass monitoring affects people as soon as they leave their homes

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Popularity has become its own justification

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The cult of the celebrity savior is cracking

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Prove yourself to yourself not others.

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There’s something for everyone at CIA.gov

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The CIA Museum page


In defense of being average.

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The glory of science is that it’s constantly moving forward.

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Your work is to do whatever it takes to realize that.

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George J. Ziogas

I come from a land down under | Manners will take you where money won’t | HR Consultant | OHS Specialist | Personal Trainer

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