母にこの人の写真絶対撮ってこい！って言われて仕方なく友達につれてもらった笑ハングルを作った王様。 今度は天橋立かな…九州も行ってみたいけどねえ。Apparently this person, king Sejon The Great is responsible for creating Hangul. Maminka mi přikazala tohoto pána vyfotit, tak me za ním korejská kamarádka dovedla 🙂
"People need to be made more aware of the need to work at learning how to live because life is so quick and sometimes it goes away too quickly." A little words and art by Warhol for your Friday night. #artappreciation
After a long day of CSAT training, I decided to visit the National Civil War Museum. At a time when our nation seems so divided by polarizing rhetoric, politics and threats of violence, surely there are lessons to be learned from history. No matter how far down the scale we have gone, we will see how our experiences can benefit others. @nationalcivilwarmuseum #historygeek#learnfromthepast#garykatzcounseling
Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari 9/10 First off I would like to set an age limit on this book because some concepts are a bit confusing to those who haven't experienced. It's not who's smarter and who's not. It is applicable to persons who are aged 14+ or mature 13 year olds. Sapiens is a non-fiction read starting from the hunters and gathers toward the agricultural revolution. It breaks down human history into chunks to read at your leisure (preferably not all at once). Great for the history nerd in your life. ~ Ella P.S. I had history final this morning so this book is the only thing I can review
Wilma Rudolph was born on this day in 1940 in St. Bethlehem, Tennessee. Wilma was a sickly child who had to wear a brace on her left leg. She would later become the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field at a single Olympics in 1960.