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Humans of New York: Howl

"I spent two weeks building my daughter a rocket ship out of cardboard boxes. Then when I finally finished, she started crying because it wouldn’t fly."

Humans of New York: "I spent two weeks building my daughter a rocket ship out of cardboard boxes. Then when I finally finished, she started crying because it wouldn’t fly.

Humans of New York - "I’m 86. And that’s about enough. I’m ready to go." “Aren’t you afraid of death?” “Why would I be?” “Isn’t that sort of a natural condition of living?” “Not when you miss your husband as much as I do.”

humansofnewyork: "I’m And that’s about enough. I’m ready to go." “Aren’t you afraid of death?” “Isn’t that sort of a natural condition of living?” “Not when you miss your husband as much as I do.

"He's wonderful in bed."

Brandon Stanton takes photos of New Yorkers and asks them some questions. A bestselling book and millions of fans worldwide.

"Regardless of what you think about religion, it provides a space for people to reflect on how small we are. Now that religion is being increasingly phased out of society, people have to take it upon themselves to reflect on humanity’s place in the universe. Even if that just means zooming out on Google Maps, until you get smaller, and smaller, and smaller."

“Regardless of what you think about religion, it provides a space for people to reflect on how small we are. Now that religion is being increasingly phased out of society, people have to take it upon.

KAHNEMAN AND THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN FALLIBILITY

You're So Predictable. Daniel Kahneman and the Science of Human Fallibility

Above all else, Kahneman’s legacy will be a precise, empirical reminder of our own fallibility, and a roadmap of the cognitive traps to which we're most vulnerable.

Reality....

Humans of New York: "I pretty much only read fantasy because I’ve had more than enough of reality.

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