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This is my professional profile as the Warden of Connaught Hall
This is my professional profile as the Warden of Connaught Hall

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The Navajo teach their children that every morning when the sun comes up, it’s a brand-new sun. It’s born each morning, it lives for the duration of one day, and in the evening it passes on, never to return again. As soon as the children are old enough to understand, the adults take them out at dawn and they say, “The sun has only one day. You must live this day in a good way, so that the sun won’t have wasted precious time.” Acknowledging the preciousness of each day is a good way to live, a good way to reconnect with our basic joy.

~ Pema Chödrön, The Wisdom of No Escape
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Don’t be a Fragilista. You’ve been warned.
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It’s 🏳️‍🌈 Pride in London today. I’ll be looking after drunk/sunburnt/overheated people at UCLH but here is Plato (see Symposium) on the #OriginofLove & soulmates, told in song by Hedwig & the Angry Inch:
#ChooseLove #LoveWins #LoveIsLove ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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RT @DrSimonMc: Next time you find yourself thinking ‘How could they be so stupid??’ remember this.

The devastating influence of hindsight. https://buff.ly/2wbtJiX
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Use caffeine wisely – How much is too much?
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Tip: leave it better than how you found it – Ten Mindful Ways to Use Social Media
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The weather forecast is for WEEKS of cold and rain starting tomorrow... so get your dose of spring sunshine today, while you can! Sunlight boosts your mood, regulates your body clock, and has many other benefits for physical and mental health.
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TED talk: How Language Shapes the Way We Think – with implications for how how we ask others questions and what people remember from an experience.
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“A good place to look for wisdom is where you least expect to find it: in the minds of your opponents.”

~ Jonathan Haidt in The Happiness Hypothesis
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