The Weekly Circle #33
Welcome to the thirty-third episode of The Weekly Circle! A free Circles in Time newsletter released every Sunday.
We kick off the sixth edition of the Circles in Time Essentials programme this coming Thursday! I’m excited. 🙌
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THE QUOTES I CIRCLED AROUND THIS WEEK
“The ability to create and use explanatory knowledge gives people a power to transform nature which is ultimately not limited by parochial factors, as all other adaptations are, but only by universal laws.” ~ David Deutsch
“We are made of the same stardust of which all things are made, and when we are immersed in suffering or when we are experiencing intense joy we are being nothing other than what we can’t help but be: a part of our world.” ~ Carlo Rovelli
“Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened.” ~ Winston S. Churchill
“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.”
~ Ernest Hemingway
SOMETHING TO PART WITH 🥱😴💤
For everyone who is as obsessed as me, with improving their sleep-wake cycle:
Until next week,
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