We need creative work in the world...
Watched Temple Grandin on Amazon Prime Video. Amazing story. The Wandering Earth premiered worldwide on Netflix. It's okay.
- Purchased the Humble LEGO Games Bundle for 1 USD. Includes Steam downloads for LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and LEGO Batman: The Videogame. Thank you for alerting me, IsThereAnyDeal.com
- Kickstarter turns 10
There’s so much more to do, both as a company and as a society. Now more than ever, we need creative work in the world.
— Aziz Hasan, CEO, in Kickstarter Magazine
- It took 22 days or 3 weeks for SSS to reply to a support email. That's crazy. Thankful though that at least the help given was accurate.
- My first refund at Shopee so Wallet is now activated. It appears their support is confused. Some misunderstandings.
- Web Scrobbler for Chrome no longer works with YouTube. API limits reached.
- TIDAL HiFi trial signup. On a related note, where are my mp3s of Jesse's Leavin' remixes?! Never ever delete remixes ever again! These kind of stuff are rare. Also, One Direction - Night Changes (Instrumental). Official! Thanks YouTube.
- "French company Deezer has been around since 2007 and has... the largest music catalogue in the business at over 53 million tracks." (techadvisor.co.uk)
- Number of Netflix titles by country (theatlas.com)
- Netflix - what's new last 10 days with IMDB rating 7-10 stars by uNoGS.com (unofficial Netflix online Global Search)
- Installed Google Assistant on iPad integrated with Roku, Spotify and Youtube
- Activated 30 days 1GB data for 158 pesos only on Globe. Nice!
The world sees and judges according to appearances; God sees what is in the heart. Thus, "God regards the greatness of the love that prompts a man, rather than the greatness of his achievement."
Thomas is particularly scathing with regard to those who seek to substitute knowledge or learning for true devotion: "A humble countryman who serves God is more pleasing to Him than a conceited intellectual who knows the course of the stars, but neglects his own soul." Holiness is more important than learning: "A humble knowledge of oneself is a surer road to God than a deep searching of the sciences."
... we should never deceive ourselves into believing that reading books about spirituality is an adequate substitute. As Thomas notes: "At the Day of Judgment we shall not be asked what we have read, but what we have done."
— Thomas à Kempis, spiritual master, in All Saints (1997) by Robert Ellsberg