Inspiring archive for 2015-03-30

The Case for Replacing Exercise with Play

(4 years ago)
By Leo Babauta The Great White Whale when it comes to forming new habits, for most people, is exercise. Along with eating your vegetables, meditation, getting good sleep and quitting smoking, exercise is probably the most important habit change anyone can make. And yet, most people struggle with creating a lasting exercise habit. The solution […]

Inspiration Overload of the Day: The Crazy Inventions of Dominic Wilcox

(4 years ago)
“The Reinvention of Normal” is a fantastic little profile of artist, inventor, designer Dominic Wilcox. In the image above you can see a device he invented which allows him to use his right ear to hear what’s on his left, and use his … Continue reading →View the whole post: Inspiration Overload of the Day: The Crazy Inventions of Dominic Wilcox over on BOOOOOOOM!.

New Printing Technology Allows Blind People to “See” Famous Paintings

(4 years ago)
A Spanish printing studio called Estudios Durero, has developed a printing process to create 3D versions of famous paintings so that blind people can experience them. The technique is called Didú and it essentially turns high resolution images into sculptures. Blind and sighted visitors … Continue reading →View the whole post: New Printing Technology Allows Blind People to “See” Famous Paintings over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Stunning Digital Art by Alexander Rommel

(4 years ago)
Alexander Rommel aka Aerroscape, is a 25-year-old artist from Germany who loves creating digital paintings of skyscapes. Below you may scroll through some if his artworks.Read More

Akira and the robber

(4 years ago)
Akira was incapable of making accusations. Even though he was a great master of the Zen Buddhism, he never judged himself better than others. One of his disciples asked him to talk to his brother, a highway robber, who frightened the city. Akira went up to the outlaw’s house and spent the night with him. […]


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