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I have written a children's book. It is a true story — a love story, a science story, a story about the poetry of existence, about time and chance, genetics and gender, evolution and infinity, about diversity as nature’s wellspring of resilience and beauty

“One of the functions of art is to give people the words to know their own experience… Storytelling is a tool for knowing who we are and what we want.” On Ursula K. Le Guin's birthday, her immortal wisdom on storytelling

If you have a small human in your life in need of inspiration: The illustrated story of how a small boy who grew up to be an astronaut (Ronald McNair, the second black person to soar into space, born OTD 1950) resisted segregation at the public library

On Ursula K. Le Guin's birthday, "Kinship" – her stunning love-poem to trees, the interleaving of life and death, and the eternal flame of being, read by with a side of Bach

“Words are events, they do things, change things. They transform both speaker and hearer; they feed energy back and forth and amplify it. They feed understanding or emotion back and forth and amplify it.” Ursula K. Le Guin, born OTD in 1928, on dialogue:

Such mighty calibration for our self-righteous times: Joan Didion, writing half a century ago, on learning not to mistake self-righteousness for morality

How (not) to love — breaking our patterns to unbreak our hearts, or, Chekhov's insight into the single most disquieting and liberating truth about love

The Glass Universe – the long-erased story of Harvard's unsung women "computers" who revolutionized our understanding of the cosmos an epoch before they could vote

An uncommonly tender illustrated story about love, loss, the life-saving power of trees, and learning to enjoy unlonely solitude

On this day in 1980, Carl Sagan appeared on the cover of TIME magazine. Here he is explaining, with his characteristic cosmic charisma, the science of how stars are born, live, die, and give us life

When debate is futile – Nobel laureate Bertrand Russell's poised, powerful response to a fascist's provocation

Love After Love – one of the most life-enlarging poems ever written:

“It is a great asset to the conservation of our natural resources to have the children of our land be interested in the wild life in such a chummy and intimate manner.” 1911! Also, "chummy"! What a delight.

“Stuff your eyes with wonder.” Artist Ralph Steadman's rare and rapturous illustrations for Fahrenheit 451, published on this day in 1953

"Things take the time they take. Don’t worry." Mary Oliver on the meaning and measure of aliveness:

Soul-sustenance for the season: Autumn and the sensual urgency of aliveness

The Tree in Me – a tender painted poem about the art of orienting to the light, growing our capacity for joy and love

The forgotten pioneer who launched a one-woman crusade against the soul-damage of the Industrial Revolution by reawakening children's love of nature:

“As I wander into the predawn dark of an autumn wood, I feel the presence of things beyond flesh, bone, and blood. My being expands to fit the limitlessness of the wild world.” Nature as worship:

“If you can fall in love again and again… if you can forgive as well as forget, if you can keep from growing sour, surly, bitter and cynical… you’ve got it half licked.” Henry Miller, looking back on 80 years of living, on the measure of a full life

“All things seem possible in nature; yet this seeming is always guarded by the eager quest of what IS true. Perhaps half the falsehood in the world is due to lack of power to detect the truth and to express it.”