Bodhi Board – November 2016

READING, AFTER A CERTAIN AGE, DIVERTS THE MIND TOO MUCH FROM ITS CREATIVE PURSUITS.
ANY MAN WHO READS TOO MUCH AND USES HIS OWN BRAIN TOO LITTLE FALLS INTO
LAZY HABITS OF THINKING.
ALBERT EINSTEIN

How the Amish forgive (Guardian)

The great William Eggleston (Studio International)

Meet Italian pm Matteo Renzi (Vogue)

Photographs of Japan, home (BoredPanda)

How the Dutch live with curtains (Holland News)

My dream is to go to Hong Kong (Zolima City Mag)

No wait, taking one of these is my dream (Bright Side)

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