For me the decision is pretty obvious. Surfboard, fishing-net and a chessboard. In my opinion,
the perfect vacation must include heavenly beaches, perfect waves and amazing underwater
sea-life. The only issue is that my chess opponents will probably be monkeys and turtles. Any
suggestions for a bit more efficient item?
A hero worth looking up to:
Without a doubt, my childhood hero is Kobe Bryant. Beyond his athletic and basketball
super-skills, over the years of his successful career Kobe was an influential social and
motivational critic for various age groups. For those who agree, I recommend watching the film
“Dear Basketball,” which won Kobe the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. Highly
Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, you don’t understand it
yourself.” Actually, no one knows if he really said it, and I’m pretty sure he couldn’t explain
his theory to a six-year-old, but I still like the idea of it.
An activity worth doing:
Pilates. Not only is practicing pilates important for your body and posture, it forces you to pay
attention to every part of your body. Both the mind and body unite creating mindful movements,
clearing your head and releasing all tensions from your daily routine.
Meditate! It’s funny how sitting still with your eyes closed for more than 5 minutes is such an
unsettling task. It is so minimal, yet almost unbearable in a way. It’s that one daily habit I
am constantly struggling to practice in my routine. But when I do, for the long run, it’s
beneficial unlike any other thing I’ve experienced. And it helps you remember your dreams!
An Instagram account worth following:
Zach Lieberman (zach.lieberman) is an artist and a programer from NYC. His work is mainly
focusing on the intersection of art, technology, and how one can express himself through logic
and code as a paint-brush. He uploads almost every day new sketches; it can be somewhere between
hypnotic, beautiful, funny, bizarre, but almost always intriguing.