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The routines of sweeping, polishing and tidying have spiritual meaning, and you don’t have to be religious to benefit from them Mental health counsellors often recommend that clients clean their home every
Learning has never been so popular—or so accessible. Online startups like Skillshare, LinkedIn Learning, Coursera, and MasterClass teach everything from coding to character acting. Bloggers and influencers
Extreme water stress affects a quarter of the world's population, say experts | Access to water | The Guardian
Extreme water stress affects a quarter of the world’s population, say experts Qatar, Israel and Lebanon top list of places with worst shortages, as climate crisis threatens more ‘day zeroes’ A quarter
Something is killing conventional economics and it’s probably an inside job. Reliance on abstract mathematics and absurd assumptions has brought the discipline into disrepute, even if politics and policy
The top priority of government is security of the people. Yet on the greatest threat of all, most governments are failing abysmally. As the global influence of western democracies wanes with the ascendancy
Sexism in dictionaries: why are 'hussy, baggage and filly' still used to describe a woman? | Women | The Guardian
Sexism in dictionaries: why are ‘hussy, baggage and filly’ still used to describe a woman? From the Oxford English Dictionary to Google’s own, the synonyms given for woman are shockingly derogatory – the
A set of fluorescent pink seesaws has been built across the US-Mexico border by a pair of professors seeking to bring a playful concept of unity to the two sides of the divide. Installed along the steel
When Carlton Cook Walker’s young daughter developed health problems that led to near-total blindness, she knew she wanted her to learn Braille. But the family’s school, in rural central Pennsylvania, resistant.
“The riches of Bengal…are derived from this river, which with its numerous branches flowing through and intersecting an extensive space of country, transports speedily and at a moderate expense, the various
Religious belief appears to have negative influence on children’s altruism and judgments of others’ actions even as parents see them as ‘more empathetic’ Children from religious families are less kind
Monument installed two years ago taken away in middle of night amid controversy over Gandhi’s views about Africans A Mahatma Gandhi statue has been removed from the campus of the University of Ghana after