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Ashton’s Weekly Alchemy Vol 1.

In an effort to better reflect, absorb, and collect the weekly wisdom I find, I’d like to attempt to start sharing a weekly glimpse into the interesting and insightful things I’ve discovered on a weekly basis…

Here we go…

Envy, the Happiness Killer by Arthur Brooks from The Atlantic. Once again, it’s clear that gratitude is the great doorway out of much of our personally inflicted suffering. Arthur is a voice I’ve recently discovered and is showing me a version of someone I’d like to be like when I grow up.

The Awakened Brain with Dr. Lisa Miller. Here is a link to the interview we released @ Good / True / & Beautiful Podcast this week. In short, the science behind the development of one’s spiritual life is stunning. Our lives, physically and emotionally, change for the better as we awaken to the dialogue that life and love is wanting to have with us. Lisa was so kind and generous to share with me her wisdom and an hour of her time.

Peter Mallouk’s image via Twitter appropriately sizes our reality and our problems.

The Poet and the World from Wisława Szymborska, poet and recipient of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Literature. James Clear shared a quote from this speech in his weekly newsletter. I read it all, and it’s easily the best meal of words I read this week. It’s comforting to find someone that loves ‘I don’t know’ as much as I do. And, of course, they’re a poet!

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