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I just wanted to say that i found your humans of olaf page yesterday and am super impressed and proud of you for making it. the quotes you're using make me completely reminisce about my time at olaf and they are all individually so powerful. incredible job, sweetie. don't stop being the awesome person you are. :) *high five* Answer: Catholic questions and answers. Facebook. Twitter. Post Randomonium. Netflix. TED. Dan Ariely on our buggy moral code. Dan Ariely asks, Are we in control of our own decisions? Evelyn Glennie shows how to listen. TED: Ideas worth spreading. Charles Limb: Your brain on improv.
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Tom Shannon: The painter and the pendulum. Rives on 4 a.m. Derek Sivers: Keep your goals to yourself. Derek Sivers: Weird, or just different? Derek Sivers: How to start a movement. Dan Dennett: Cute, sexy, sweet, funny. Richard St. John's 8 secrets of success.
David Griffin on how photography connects us. Matt Cutts: Try something new for 30 days. Joshua Walters: On being just crazy enough. Shea Hembrey: How I became 100 artists. Jok Church: A circle of caring. Dan Gilbert on our mistaken expectations. Dan Gilbert asks, Why are we happy? Flickr.