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    Kahlil Gibran on the Courage to Weather the Uncertainties of Love /Link

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    How to Change Your Mind: Michael Pollan on How the Science of Psychedelics Illuminates Consciousness, Mortality, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence /Link

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    The Mystery and Might of Water /Link

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    Stephen Jay Gould’s Charming Poem for Oliver Sacks’s Birthday, Read by Bill Hayes /Link

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    Pioneering Feminist Philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft on Loneliness, Friendship, and the Courage of Affection /Link

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    How to Grow Old: Bertrand Russell on What Makes a Fulfilling Life /Link

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    From Immigrant to Inventor: The Great Serbian-American Scientist Michael Pupin on the Value of a Penniless Immigrant Boy Full of Promise /Link

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    Seneca on Gratitude and What It Means to Be a Generous Human Being /Link

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    A Flash of Illumination on the Greyhound Bus: Physicist Freeman Dyson on Creative Breakthrough and the Unconscious Mind /Link

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    Cutting Greens: Terrance Hayes Reads Lucille Clifton’s Spare and Stunning Ode to the Kinship of All Creatures /Link

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    The Brilliant Deep: The Illustrated Story of the Man Who Set Out to Save the World’s Coral Reefs with Hammer and Glue /Link

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    ‘Frankenstein’ Author Mary Shelley on Creativity /Link

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    Rilke on the Lonely Patience of Creative Work /Link

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    Pi and the Meandering Paths of Rivers /Link

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    Little Panic: A Literary Laboratory Exploring What It Is Like to Live in the Stranglehold of Anxiety and What It Takes to Break Free /Link

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    Marcus Aurelius on How Accepting the Interconnectedness of the Universe Helps Us Meet Our Difficulties /Link

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    Amanda Palmer and The Decomposers Cover Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi” in Tribute to Rachel Carson /Link

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    The Human Use of Human Beings: Cybernetics Pioneer Norbert Wiener on Communication, Control, and the Morality of Our Machines /Link

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    200 Years of Frankenstein: Mary Shelley’s Masterpiece as a Lens on Timeless Questions About Creativity, Responsibility, and the Moral Dimensions of Science /Link