Bits and Clips for July 2020

Bits and Clips for July 2020

Bits and Clips for July 2020

This Bits and Clips post is featured monthly on this blog of the best that I saw, read or heard on the internet during the previous month. I hope you find a link, meme, photo, poem, recipe, or painting here that gives you something constructive, educational, inspirational, helpful, or motivating to think about.


Explore 1,100 Works of Art by Georgia O’Keeffe: They’re Now Digitized and Free to View Online


Behold Vermont, From Above


Sunday Sermon by David Brooks at Washington National Cathedral

Why Is Gratitude So Powerful?

The Dangers of Tolerance

Spiritual Wisdom in the Time of COVID-19

Churches Were Eager to Reopen. Now They Are a Major Source of Coronavirus Cases.

Seven Synonyms for God PDF

Being a Good Samaritan

You are the Image and Likeness of God


A More Hopeful Way to Look at Time

41 Maps That Portray The Lesser Known Facts About America

Your Lizard Brain is Holding You Back

Why we self-sabotage (and 3 ways to stop doing it)

Beloved Writers on Nature as an Antidote to Depression

The Hidden History of Anna Murray Douglass

New Zealand’s Prime Minister May Be the Most Effective Leader on the Planet

Bryan Stevenson on how America can heal

VIDEO: Frederick Douglass’ Descendants Deliver His ‘Fourth Of July’ Speech

Joy and Anger

The Power of Small Wins


The 100 greatest books ever written by African American women


When a TV Adaptation Does What the Book Could Not


Cold Veg & Mango Noodles with Spicy Sesame Citrus Dressing

southern-style pea salad

Apple Fennel Slaw

Dairy-Free Jalapeño Ranch Dressing


An Ordinary Life

Slow Down Podcast


Nestle Waters Leaving Canada is a Community Success








I work to amplify good wherever I find it. I love color, texture, beauty, great ideas, nature, metaphor, deliciousness, genuine spirituality, and exploring new territory. I encourage authenticity, nurture creativity, champion sustainability, promote peace, and hope to foster a new renaissance where we all are free to be our most fulfilled, multifaceted, and terrific selves. Read more here.

1 Comment

  1. John gregory 4 years ago

    BRAVO! Too much! Never enough! ❤️

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