How Psychology Can Explain the Deadly Medieval Dancing Plagues

December 6, 2019 83 Comments

♪♪♪ In the year 1518, the city of Strasbourg was struck by a dancing plague. Yes, a dancing plague. And it was deadly. It started with a single woman, but within a month, there were over 400 people dancing in Read More

OSHO: The Art of Listening (Preview)

December 4, 2019 13 Comments

. The Art of Listening Transformation in Silence I feel I can relax more and more deeply into myself. Yet, at the periphery there is an unassertiveness a trembling that can cloud the blissfulness of life. Does my ego need Read More

The overlooked art of receiving feedback | Russell Lazovick

December 4, 2019 1 Comment

I can’t dance. I see other people moving gracefully, interpreting what they hear through their bodies with elegance and creativity and a clear connection to the rhythm, to the beat. They twirl, and they hit, and they collide, all almost Read More

YOU WOULDN’T BELIEVE THIS IF IT WASN’T RECORDED

November 29, 2019 14 Comments

In this first clip, a man is seen casually cycling through a busy road in Ethiopia with a goat holding onto his back. It’s not every day that you see a goat being piggybacked but luckily it was filmed, so Read More

🔴 Baby Shark Dance |+ More Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs | Songs For Kids | Banana Cartoon [HD]

November 29, 2019 50 Comments

Baby Shark Baby Shark…Baby Shark Baby Shark…Baby Shark Mommy Shark…Mommy Shark Mommy Shark…Mommy Shark Daddy Shark…Daddy Shark Daddy Shark…Daddy Shark Grandma Shark…Grandma Shark Grandma Shark…Grandma Shark Grandpa Shark…Grandpa Shark Grandpa Shark…Grandpa Shark Let’s go hunt…Let’s go hunt Let’s go hunt…Let’s Read More

ART/ARCHITECTURE – Johannes Vermeer

November 28, 2019 100 Comments

The wrong things in our world are glamorous: fast cars, tomato throwing contests, actors – instead of the right things: going to bed early, long walks observing the sky at dusk, kindness… It’s not that nothing at all is glamorous, Read More

American Beauty (Part 1) — The Art of Character

November 28, 2019 100 Comments

Hi, I’m Michael. This is Lessons from the Screenplay. I consider American Beauty to be a perfect movie. As close as any movie can get to perfect, anyway. It’s a great example of a character drama that’s gripping, funny, and Read More

COMICS CRASH COURSE – EPISODE #29: “Visual Rhetoric: Composition”

November 26, 2019 No Comments

in our crash-course-within-a-crash-course on visual rhetoric, we’ve covered line, size, texture, and value. And last week we talked about what’s in an image, content. But that’s only part of the picture. How the content is arranged an image is almost Read More

Evaluating composite functions: using graphs | Mathematics III | High School Math | Khan Academy

November 23, 2019 15 Comments

– So we have the graphs of two functions here. We have the graph y equals f of x and we have the graph y is equal to g of x. And what I wanna do in this video is Read More