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No Age Limit to Achieving Your Dreams – Great Big Story

From Great Big Story: “In this reel, we meet five individuals proving there are no limits when following your dreams. We visit Nottingham’s Football club where we have a cuppa with an 88-year-old tea boy, travel to Nepal to attend … Continue reading

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MLK’s Granddaughter At March For Our Lives: ‘I Have A Dream That Enough Is Enough’ — HelloBeautiful

Source: Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Eleven-year-old Naomi Wadler wasn’t the only Black girl that stole the show at the March For Our Lives rally on March 24. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 9-year-old granddaughter, Yolanda Renee King, wowed the … Continue reading

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What would school be like if Albert Einstein was your principal? – Big Think

Einstein didn’t like the schools he went to, how would he improve them? Source: What would school be like if Albert Einstein was your principal?

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How Grandfather Clocks Got Their Name

On an interesting episode of Today I Found Out, host Simon Whistler explains how grandfather clocks originally got their name.Grandfather clocks- with their long cases, pendulums, echoing chimes, and Roman numerals- seem to belong to the world of courting parlors, … Continue reading

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The emergence of universal consciousness: Brendan Hughes at TEDxPretoria

It was Aristotle who first argued that the whole is something greater than the sum of its parts. More recently, quantum physicists have argued for the existence of a unified field in which all particles and forces exist. This short … Continue reading

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Hawaii’s Rain Dancers Summon Storms

On the island of Hawaii, the rain dancers of Waimea perform their art for the only audience that matters: their ancestors. When they call for rain and snow, they dance not to entertain, but to feed and nourish their land. … Continue reading

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Brett Scott – Who Is Driving Cashless Society?

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The Best Parades And Celebrations On The Planet For Día De Los Muertos

There’s no shortage of things to do this Día de los Muertos, no matter where you are in the world. Source: The Best Parades And Celebrations On The Planet For Día De Los Muertos

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Fashion In Tokyo’s Underground Night Scene — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Yoichi Nagata is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait photography. From book/project ‘Star Of The Stars‘. To see Yoichi’s portfolio click on any image. ‘Star of the Stars’ presents these fantastic portraits of club goers in … Continue reading

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Prince’s record sales hit astonishing numbers after his death — theGrio

Sales of Prince’s music have skyrocketed since the artist’s death last week. According to Nielsen Music, in the three days following his death there were 2.3 million Prince song sales, including nearly 1 million on Thursday. -Prince’s Funeral: Close Friends … Continue reading

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