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The Art & Culture articles on our weekend reading list.
Collage by Emily Zirimis via Man Repeller

Collage by Emily Zirimis via Man Repeller

There are so many smart thoughts around the web this week—here are a few of our favorites. 

Art makes society kinder: “Art offers new perspectives on universal issues. It teaches empathy, often evokes strong emotions, and inspires critical thinking. It should come as no surprise that it also makes us kinder.” (Co.Design)

How to be your best self: “You’ve got to lean way in to what you already are… look right at the worst — the so-called worst — things about yourself and figure out how to celebrate those things.” (Man Repeller)

Motherhood isn’t sacrifice: By reframing motherhood as a privilege, we redirect agency back to the mother, empowering her, celebrating her autonomy instead of her sacrifice. (The New York Times)

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