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John Quincy Adams on Impostor Syndrome and the True Measure of Success
John Quincy Adams on Impostor Syndrome and the True Measure of Success

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The New Science of Plant Intelligence and the Mystery of What Makes a Mind
The New Science of Plant Intelligence and the Mystery of What Makes a Mind

“Every thought that has ever passed through your brain was made possible by plants.”

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What It’s Like to Be a Falcon: The Peregrine as a Portal to a Way of Seeing and a State of Being
What It’s Like to Be a Falcon: The Peregrine as a Portal to a Way of Seeing and a State of Being

“You cannot know what freedom means till you have seen a peregrine loosed into the warm spring sky to roam at will through all the far provinces of light.”

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The Universe in Verse Book
The Universe in Verse Book

“We need science to help us meet reality on its own terms, and we need poetry to help us broaden and deepen the terms on which we meet ourselves and each other. At the crossing point of the two we may find a way of clarifying our experience and of sanctifying it.”

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Facts about the Moon: Dorianne Laux’s Stunning Poem about Bearing Our Human Losses When Even the Moon Is Leaving Us
Facts about the Moon: Dorianne Laux’s Stunning Poem about Bearing Our Human Losses When Even the Moon Is Leaving Us

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