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What elements make up our idea of justice?

How can we ensure people get what they are due, in terms of justice?Philosophy professor at University of Arizona, David Schmidtz says the answer to this question needs context. Who is the person we're referring to, and to what are we responding?Some elements of justice include equality, returning favors, and the right to air grievances.
Tags: Politics, Crime, Justice, Parenting, Children, Democracy, Life, Society, United States, Innovation, Speech, Inequality, Criminal Justice, University of Arizona David Schmidtz


Bill Murray Explains How He Was Saved by John Prine

Judging by the outpouring of affection in online comment sections, Chicago folk musician John Prine (may he rest in peace) has helped a great many of his fans through tough times with his humanist, oft-humorous lyrics. Add funny man Bill Murray to the list. Taping a video in support of The Tree of Forgiveness, Prine’s first album of new material in over a decade, Murray recalled a grim period in which a deep funk robbed him of all enjoyment. Though he carefully stipulates that this “bumm...
Tags: Google, Music, NYC, College, Life, Chicago, Bill Murray, Hunter S Thompson, Mars, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, Montgomery, Thompson, Murray, Facebook Twitter, Kris Kristofferson


The Old-Fashioned Secret to Better, Healthier Sleep

Do you sleep in fresh air? The average person will answer, ‘Yes.’ Nearly everyone has experienced the effects of sleeping in a closed room, and, in doing so, has roused with a feeling of suffocation or dull headache. An open window in the sleeping room seems almost a necessity. –Suburban Life Magazine, 1913 When Kate was growing up and would stay over at her grandparents’ house, her nana would always insist on keeping her bedroom door open when she slept. She’d turn on the fan too, and when the...
Tags: Sleep, Life, Kate, Nana, VOCs, Health & Sports, Better Healthier Sleep, Children 's Bureau of the U S Labor Department


Watch the Oscar-Winning Animated Short “Hair Love”

African-American hair has been making headlines for the last few years, usually because another black student has been deemed in violation of the dress code for sporting braids, dreads, or a natural afro. This year’s Oscar-winning animated short, "Hair Love," about an African-American dad’s attempt to stay on top of his 5-year-old daughter’s abundant locks, is the sweet alternative to these upsetting news stories. Little Zuri’s dad, Stephen, doesn’t have to battle clueless or unfair ...
Tags: Google, College, Life, New York City, NFL, Animation, Stephen, Cherry, Facebook Twitter, Chloe, Matthew A Cherry, Ayun Halliday, Greg Kotis, San Francisco Film Festival, Zuri, East Village Inky zine Join Ayun


Bonus Podcast: How the Stages of Grief Explain What You’re Feeling During This Pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of people have been feeling out of sorts: angry, sad, frustrated, and just plain bummed out. Part of the reason for these feelings is obvious, and part has been hard to articulate and understand. That’s probably why a recent interview the Harvard Business Review did with David Kessler went viral when it named the issue point blank. Kessler said what we’re all experiencing is grief. He’s an expert on the subject who worked with Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, creator...
Tags: Life, Harvard Business Review, Kessler, Elisabeth Kübler Ross, David Kessler, A Man's Life, Elizabeth Kübler Ross, Death & dying, COVID, Facebook David on Instagram Listen


A Couple of Ministry Updates

A couple of quick ministry updates. How to Grow is Free First: my book How to Grow: Applying the Gospel to ALL of Your Life is available for free as an ebook until Friday. Please pick up a copy for yourself, and share the news with others. Moody is also giving away other great books, so pick up the others too, and keep checking every week to pick up new ones. The ebook version of “How to Grow: Applying the Gospel to ALL of Your Life” is free this week. Get your copy here:...
Tags: Featured, News, Life, Moody, Liberty Grace Church, Tweet Liberty Grace Church


Khushru Poacha: This railwayman feeds thousands daily – without taking a rupee

Amid industrialists, corporate houses, celebs, businessmen and the wealthy donating huge sums of money to help people in times of coronavirus pandemic, a railways employee is showing he also cares – and is proving it. Khushroo Poacha, a Superintendent with the Central Railway (CR)”s Commercial Department in Nagpur, has hit upon a successful strategy to feed thousands – but without using a NGO, donations, or even opening a bank account. The Parsi with a charitable soul uses his goodwill, perso...
Tags: News, Life, India, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Gujarat, Maharashtra, IANS, Nagpur, BBC World, Fermin, Khushru Poacha, Central Railway CR s Commercial Department, Vasantrao Naik Sheti Swavlamban Mission, Kishore Tiwari, Poacha


Podcast #599: The Physical Intelligence That Helps You Take Action

Ever wonder why you don’t walk into walls? How you know you have to step gingerly on ice? How you decide whether you can or can’t scale a certain rock? My guest today says the answer lies in our special sense of bodily know-how. His name is Scott Grafton, and he’s a neurologist and the author of Physical Intelligence: The Science of How the Body and the Mind Guide Each Other Through Life. We begin our conversation discussing how physical intelligence is the mutually responsive interaction bet...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Tommy Caldwell, Scott, Fred Astaire, Scott Grafton, Barkley Marathons Listen


4 Common Marriage Problems and How Real Wives Solve Them

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from the ladies at http://wivestribe.com/ Do you ever feel like you have a struggling marriage? How do other couples find solutions to common marriage problems? First and foremost, you should know that you are not alone. I felt lonely and secretive about my marriage problems for years, until […] The post 4 Common Marriage Problems and How Real Wives Solve Them appeared first on Sexy Marriage Radio.
Tags: Life, Simplicity, Relationship Design


The Monthly Huckberry Giveaway: April 2020

Below you’ll find some of my favorite recent offerings from Huckberry. Enter the giveaway to win any of these items, or anything else available in their store (up to a value of $500). My Picks This Month 1. Danner X Huckberry Mountain Pass. In addition to Danner’s legendary construction and performance, you’re also getting an exclusive colorway that’s been made just for Huckberry. Only 250 pairs are available, so strike while the iron is hot!  2. Topo Designs Dual Shirt. A reliable workwear p...
Tags: Life, Giveaway, Flint, Danner, Huckberry, Greys, Avilas, Jaybird Vista Headphones Bluetooth


Sunday Firesides: Do the Right Thing, for Right Now

In times of uncertainty, when a seemingly big decision looms, we often agonize over how to move forward. We have an idea of where we want to be five, ten, twenty years down the road, and we want to make sure our choice will lead to one thing, which will lead to another, which will ultimately lead to our desired future.   Which would be fine if life were a long, straight corridor in which you could view the end from the beginning, as well as each checkpoint you’d need to hit along the way. But ...
Tags: Life, A Man's Life, Sunday Firesides, Right Thing for Right Now


Soothe The Soul: Zoroastrian Prayers and Songs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Join FEZANA and Zarathushtis worldwide for SOOTHE THE SOUL A virtual gathering of prayer, song and spirit in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic During these uncertain times, a few FEZANA members want to bring the Zoroastrian community together virtually in prayer and devotional songs. Spiritual words bring solace to human beings. Every calamity and every dark cloud has a silver lining. Hope is eternal. Prayer serves as a reminder that we are all together with Ahura Mazda’s blessings, and we...
Tags: Life, North America, Prayers, Mani Rao, Ahura Mazda, Zarathushtis, Pervez Patel Cyrus Pavri Porus Pavri, PACIFIC INDIA


Coronavirus: Neither ‘Divinity’s Wrath’ nor ‘Nature’s Vengeance’!

Our dear friend Noshir H. Dadrawala wrote this article that was first published in the Parsi-Times. The novel coronavirus is neither ‘Divinity’s Wrath’ nor ‘Nature’s Vengeance’. From a Zoroastrian perspective, this virus is the opposite of all that is good, God-given, life-giving and health-promoting. However, there are all kinds of posts on social media about the coronavirus being ‘Divine Anger’ on mankind and COVID-19 being ‘Mother Nature’s Vengeance’ on human beings! The Zoroastrian Perspec...
Tags: Life, China, India, Religion, Pacific Ocean, Wuhan, Martin Gray, Gautam Buddha, Warsaw Ghetto, Zarathushtra, Ahura Mazda, Spenta Mainyu, Harold S Kushner, Noshir H Dadrawala, Friya, Ahura Mazda God


12 fascinating works of LGBTQ nonfiction to help pass the time

For the past few weeks, people from around the country have been practicing social distancing by hunkering down at home. Many have found alternative ways of getting physical exercise while cooped up at home, whether it’s through doing exercise videos or practicing yoga in their living rooms. But it’s important to exercise your brain as well, which is where books come in handy. Not only do they provide calisthenics for the imagination, but they can open your mind and teach you all sorts of new a...
Tags: Books, Instagram, Life, Lifestyle, America, Reading, Simon Doonan, Egypt, David Bowie, Peter Thiel, Lgbtq, Missy Elliot, Donald Trump, Gawker Media, Ad Friendly, Queerty


HIV positive student nurse faces COVID-19 at work and fears at home

There are trials by fire, and then there are trials by wildfire. Nursing student Brian Thomas never imagined his on-the-job education would transform into fighting on the very front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, or that he would be forced to take extreme safety precautions each time he arrived home from his internship at a large medical institution in Baltimore. “I walk into my house and strip down to my underwear at the door,” Brian, who lives with his boyfriend and two roommates, told Queer...
Tags: Life, Lifestyle, Brian, Baltimore, Queerty, Mark S. King, Brian Thomas, My Fabulous Disease, AIDS HIV, COVID-19, COVID, Brian Thomas @tommy_gunn77


Saturday Links

Curated links for your weekend reading: Some Free Advice for Churches on Video Production, Authenticity and Staying in Your Lane in a Pandemic If you are suddenly videoing yourself, don’t act like you’ve got the full production studio working behind you. Just … be normal. I Didn’t Know I Loved You Like This Oh church, I didn’t know I loved you like this. Perhaps that is the gift of our isolation. Discipleship Is Not Consumer-Friendly By shifting the focus away from the fixed po...
Tags: Featured, Life, America, Links, Canada, Jesus


Psychology of feedback: How to give or receive valuable critique

Feedback is a gift, says business psychologist Dr Melanie Katzman. Giving or receiving feedback can be a formal part of our jobs, but in Dr Katzman's assessment, we often don't go far enough with feedback. Katzman suggests creating a psychological contract with a partner who you respect and trust. In that contract, you agree to exchange extremely honest feedback by mutual consent in a safe and trusting way.In this video, she lays out the rules for such a contract and how you can embark on one. T...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Productivity, Business, Life, Relationships, Trust, Success, Communication, Language, Innovation, Collaboration, Women In Business, Self, Goal-setting, Katzman


Kid Craft of the Week: Mirror Periscope

While much of the world is in quarantine of some form, and often sequestered with children who are itching for something to do, we thought it would be fun to offer a weekly craft/project idea you can work on together to help while away the time. If you make the craft, we’d love to see it; share on social media with the hashtag #aomkidcraft.  When I think of periscopes, the first thing that comes to mind is a submarine, cruising through dark waters, scanning the horizon for enemy ships. But as ...
Tags: Life, Projects, Just For Fun, Manly Skills, Kid Craft


Frazan Kotwal Performs For Hospital Patients in Germany During COVID-19 Pandemic

Our dear friend and amazing musician Frazan Adil Kotwal was invited today to the Robert Bosch Hospital to sing for the corona Virus patients. It was handled very carefully and professionally. He was allowed to sing from outside while the rest of the patients saw from their rooms and windows! It is a proud moment because all over the world concerts and operas are cancelled. Frazan considers himself one of the lucky few in the world to perform an entire solo concert during these rough times! Hope ...
Tags: Music, Life, Germany, Yu, Yehudi Menuhin, Frazan Kotwal, Frazan Adil Kotwal, Robert Bosch Hospital, Frazan, Yu Tashiro, Bretthauer


Join Choir! Choir! Choir! for a Community Singalong in Isolation

I love ya, and I think maybe if we sing together, well, we’d just feel a little bit better. Give it a try, okay? —Neil Diamond Thus quoth singer-songwriter Neil Diamond on March 23, before launching into his surprisingly sturdy monster hit, "Sweet Caroline," having reworked its lyrics to promote hand-washing and social distancing to help control the spread of COVID-19. He’s not wrong about the therapeutic benefits of group singing. Ditto the imperative to resist gathering publicly, or ev...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, London, College, Life, Creativity, Current Affairs, Patti Smith, Brian Eno, Neil Diamond, Goldman, Hyde Park, David Byrne, Don, Facebook Twitter


Las Vegas couple uses each other as weights while they ‘stay at home’

Being stuck at home all day wouldn't be so bad with these guys
Tags: Feature, Life, Lifestyle, Las Vegas, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Gaycities Link, Zumanity, Coronavirus


Dillon Passage shares all the dirty details on sex with ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic

Joe Exotic‘s husband Dillon Passage held nothing back when pressed for details about his relationship with the convicted felon on Andy Cohen‘s Sirius XM radio show this week. Passage described Joe as a “genuine and a good down-to-earth guy.” He explained that the two met on Grindr in 2017 when he was 22 and addicted to prescription pain pills. Related: What to Watch: Just in time for quarantine…a very exotic story of tigers, murder and gayness AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div...
Tags: Florida, Life, Lifestyle, Sirius Xm, Grindr, Andy Cohen, Joe, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Albert, Cohen, Dillon, Joe Exotic, Dillon Passage, Rebecca Chailkin


‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic in coronavirus quarantine

Joe Exotic, the eccentric and convicted murderer-for-hire subject of the much-discussed Netflix docuseries Tiger King, has been placed into COVID-19 quarantine in a hospital after three fellow prisoners contracted the virus The big cat enthusiast, 57, is currently serving out a 22-year sentence at a federal prison in Texas. He was found guilty of 17 charges of animal abuse and two counts of murder for hire. Related: EXCLUSIVE: Co-director Rebecca Chailkin spills on the chaos of ‘Tiger King’ Ad...
Tags: Texas, Life, Lifestyle, Netflix, Andy Cohen, Joe, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Dillon, Kate McKinnon, Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Coronavirus, Rebecca Chailkin, Carole Baskin AdBridg


How to Make Cheesy Bacon Rolls

While the baking of bread seems like an interesting and tasty hobby to lots of folks, they often don’t get around to dabbling in it because of constraints on their time. If you’re in and out of the house a lot, it can seem hard to fit phases of dough making, rising, and baking into the schedule. With most everyone decidedly in the house these days, the landscape looks quite different, and if my Instagram feed is any indication, lots of people are suddenly using the extra time they find themselv...
Tags: Cooking, Cook, Instagram, Life, Travel & leisure, Food & Drink, Recipes, Cook Bacon


New York trans woman murdered while sitting on a park bench

Harlem River Park. Via Wikimedia Commons New York police have launched a search for the murderer of a transgender woman in East Harlem park over the weekend. GayCityNews reports witnesses alerted police in the early morning hours of March 28, describing the victim, a 33-year-old transwoman identified only as “Lexi,” as sitting on a park bench. An unidentified man approached her, and a verbal altercation ensued. The man then stabbed Lexi in the neck before escaping on a motorized scooter. Poli...
Tags: Feature, New York, Life, New York City, Lifestyle, Toronto, Transgender, Bill De Blasio, Hate Crime, De Blasio, New York Daily News, Ad Friendly, East Harlem, Lexi, Bill DeBlasio, Harlem River Park


FDA eases restrictions on gay blood donors amidst “urgent need”

The Food and Drug Administration, citing an “urgent need for blood,” has eased restrictions on gay men. A bit. Men who have had sex with other men within 12 months could not donate under the previous rule. Now that widow has been shortened to 3 months. Restrictions on gay blood donors were initially put in place in 1983 in response to the AIDS crisis. At that time, a lifetime ban was placed on any man who had ever had sex with another man. In 2015, the rule was replaced by the 12 moth window. ...
Tags: Life, Lifestyle, Food And Drug Administration, Fda, Ad Friendly, Queerty, GLAAD, Jerome Adams, Sarah Kate Ellis, Coronavirus, COVID, Human Right Campaign


Improvised Ways to Close a Wound

If you cut yourself and it opens a significant wound, you need to get it closed ASAP to avoid infection and allow it to heal properly. To treat this kind of wound in ordinary times, you’d simply go to the doctor and they’d stitch you up. But what if you’ve got an open wound in a dire emergency — a survival-type situation where it’s not possible to have medical professionals tend to the injury, either immediately, or ever? Well, if you’ve got the skill and the grit, one option is to stitc...
Tags: Life, First Aid, Survival, Manly Skills, Self-reliance, Disaster Preparedness/Survival


Gay grandson documents coronavirus lockdown with 81-year-old grandmother in hilarious videos

31-year-old Tommy Ferris is currently staying with his 81-year-old grandmother, Nana Jean, at their home in Yate, Gloucestershire. Nana Jean has dementia and doesn’t know about the coronavirus pandemic. Tommy has been taking good care of her, making sure she’s safe, happy, and entertained. And he’s been documenting their time together in a series of hilarious and heartwarming videos. In one clip, he can be seen dancing with Nana Jean to George Strait’s “I Just Want To Dance With You.” In anothe...
Tags: Family, Life, Lifestyle, Grandmother, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Tommy, George Strait, Coronavirus, Tommy Ferris, Nana Jean, Yate Gloucestershire Nana Jean, Nana Jeans, BBC Tommy


Under what conditions are we most creative?

Creative individuals produce better work when there's a deadline involved, says media mogul Tina Brown.To extract great work, you shouldn't have the option to escape it. Deadlines add a level of pressure that makes for better results. In Brown's opinion, some of the best journalistic work was done in the period after 9/11. The combination of subject matter, content, and passion rallied creatives to put forth incredible coverage. T...
Tags: Work, Productivity, Motivation, Photography, Life, Time, Success, Personality, Creativity, Work-life balance, Innovation, Brown, Decision-making, Tina Brown


Prayers From Iranshah on Behram Roj Ava Mahino

A message from Vada Dasturji Khurshed Dastoor on the occassion of Behram Roj Ava Mahino As many of us will not be able to visit the Iranshah or any fire temple tomorrow, we can listen to this audio clip and pray together with the family and stay safe…
Tags: Life, Prayers, Udvada, Iranshah, Vada Dasturji Khurshed Dastoor, Behram Roj Ava Mahino