10 Quotes About Thinking That Will Make You Stop And Really Think

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(c) Susan Harrison-Tustain

(c) Susan Harrison-Tustain

We think all the time, about ourselves, about others, about the past, about the future, about our problems, about the world around us, around everything really. But we seldom think about thinking, about the process itself, about the way we think. Here are some quotes that may inspire you to think in a different way.

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William Copley, Think, 1967 (793.2002)

Bruce Davidson, [Woman in window with American Flag; East 100th Street, New York City, USA], 1962 (2006.15.6)

Unidentified Photographer, [American flag and sign, March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Washington D.C.], August 28, 1963 (2010.81.137)

Flip Schulke (1930-2008), [Martin Luther King Jr. leading second march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama], March 1965, (2012.97.3)

Charles Moore (1931-2010), Medgar Evers, field secretary for NAACP in Mississippi, was shot and killed in his home state. This photograph shows some of the people who attended his funeral, June 1963 (222.2003.8)

Eli Reed, [Central ward, Newark, New Jersey], 1992 (2013.102.10)

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all [people] are created equal, that they are endowed… with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit…

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Trump and Bernie Sanders polling well in New Hampshire

A (or One) Skeptic

How sad is it that Donald Trump, that poster-child for narcissistic personality disorder, is polling well in New Hampshire. Apparently people like the fact that he’s blunt spoken.

Of course, Uncle Buck is likewise blunt spoken, but he’s also a moron.

If you want blunt spoken, you couldn’t do much better than Bernie Sanders, the beloved curmudgeon on the left.

He’s also polling well in New Hampshire.

I’m still trying to figure out what this says about New Hampshire. Live free or suck on some granite, I guess.

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Travelhoppers Goes Beyond Harrods: The Lowdown on London Shopping

Fieldwork in Stilettos

Harrod’s may be the most iconic of London’s retail establishments, but don’t let that keep you from visiting other locales.  If you’d rather avoid the crowds and get a true taste of what Britain has to offer, try these lesser-known alternatives.

Covent Garden: If you’re looking for quaint oddities amongst architectural splendor, look no further than Covent Garden.  Its stalls (centered in the Apple Market section) offer everything from collectibles and antiques to traditional handicrafts with a modern twist.  There are a number of cafes and small shops as well, including a store entirely devoted to nautical paraphernalia as well as a subterranean Lush Cosmetics. Simply seeing the sheer number of sparkling soaps they manage to cram into the underground catacombs is worth the visit .  Street performers and magicians also regularly grace the plaza their displays […].

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