- “On Kindness,” by Cord Jefferson: “The world takes from us relentlessly. It takes our friends and first loves. It takes our parents. It takes our faith. It takes our dignity. It takes our passion. It takes our health. It takes our honesty, and it takes our credulity. To lose so much and still hold onto yourself is perhaps the most complicated task human beings are asked to perform, which is why seeing it done with aplomb is as thrilling as looking at dinosaur bones or seeing a herd of elephants. It’s an honor to exist on Earth with these things.”
- “The Intersection Between Religion and Mental Health.” A reading list from Longreads.
- I’m so proud to be a part of the inaugural issue of Doll Hospital, a new print journal on mental health. Contributors include yours truly, Rookie founder and Broadway star Tavi Gevinson, Kate Zambreno, and Latoya Peterson. Contribute to the Kickstarter and snag yourself a copy (it’s beautiful).
- Tami D. Smith is doing some of the most exciting business development and consulting work I know of. See “The Shape of Service” to get a sense of what she’s up to.
- Love, love, love “Confession: I’m Stuck,” in which Michelle Ward of WhenI Grow Up shares her business thought process for 2015 with transparency and heart.
- Finally! The new Print Shop is having a sale until midnight tonight PST, November 9th with FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING and $5 off everything in the shop. Click through this link for the Print Shop sale (and perhaps a goodly part of your holiday shopping).
Create with full heart. Advocate for your own legacy.