ネイサンが奪われたとき、11月には、我々は道路に大きなバンプに走りました. 彼は私がから彼をカットすることを勧める私を電子メールで送信しました 英雄になること 漫画, 彼はもはや彼のラップトップなしで動作することができなくなるから. 同じ頃, 彼は私にいくつかの厄介なぼやけた映像を送っ, ケースには保管のために何かが彼に起こっ–彼の大学でのライブのラウンドを撮影、警察の動画. 女子学生は、彼らが新しい授業料の昇給を余裕がなかったときので抗議し始めました, 教授は代わりに、性的行為のためにそれらに圧力をかけ. 男子生徒は病院で女性の抗議者を置く激しい殴打を超える抗議し始めました, aaaand so then for a while all the students at the school had to go into hiding.
I’m writing from the past to tell you that YOU live in the future.
I don’t mean that metaphorically. You live in a wild science fiction world that many people can’t even imagine, and you can impact and change that scifi tale if you want. Let me show you. 若しくは, as a freaky man once put it, “I’d like to play a game.” Tell me which of these three technology scenarios is in development–or already working!–今すぐ.
Do you have a family member with cancer? Do you know a child with cancer?
We talk a bit about responsible shopping and consuming here on the #superheroalert blog, and I love this anthology because all the writers involved, all the editors, just came together to give money to families who can’t afford cancer treatment, through theNational Children’s Cancer Society. If you like horror, it got nothing but good reviews. そうそう.
I truly believe everyone has a weird little superpower that other people can’t understand and that we don’t usually document. I believe this because after studying neurobiology I’m awed by the power of our chemical minds.
Hey SuperPeeps! Today we need to talk about art, and about how sometimes becoming a hero means celebrating someone else’s dreams. NGOs are discovering this, あまりにも–rather than handing out charity, or a one-time save, how can you help someone save themselves?
#ArtfulSpoons is a hashtag and account on Twitter that celebrates the art of #spoonies, or people who are suffering chronic illnesses. We had a chat with Alex, who runs the account.
Ever noticed that Batman always makes his decisions of discovery alone?
I’m sure you’ve seen the brooding pictures of any number of superheroes, slumped over with their heads in their hands like the Thinker.
How much time do you give yourself, in silence, alone? Away from social media. Away from DOING THINGS. Away from the party and the work. How often do you check your life’s direction, and re-set your goals, and center yourself on what really matters to you as you take the next step? How often do you allow yourself to experience your grief, your doubts, and your questions about how the world works, and just work through the deep stuff? その後, how often do you let your mind grow blank, and just wait for inspiration?
How can you become a superhero if you can’t even save your own thoughts?
“We live, 実際には, in a world starved for solitude, silence, and private: and therefore starved for meditation and true friendship.” ~C.S. Lewis, ‘Weight of Glory’
If you want to become a superhero, you must get used to spending time alone.
Hey Peeps! Just a short little post today–sharing a link to this Inhabitat piece about the plastic bottle house in Nigeria. The architects noticed that they had waaay too many plastic bottles, and way too few houses, so they thought that problem should solve itself.
What if we did something like this in the more temperate areas where you live to help homelessness? And more generally, how can you use the things you don’t like in your life to solve the problems for the things you need?
True superheroes know how to use the things no one wants to make a difference.
You remember those moments? The ones where a superhero makes you hold your breath. When Barry Allen, in Flashpoint, gets up and starts running even though there’s a huge spike jammed through his quads. When Peter Parker, at the end of the Ultimate Spiderman comic series, bows down before the spectres of all the enemies he’s ever faced, and gets up to keep fighting. Those moments when everything is broken, but the hero doesn’t give up.
Those moments…that make us want to become superheroes.Read More…