It’s the last Friday and the last Snack Pack of March; below you’ll find rainbows, Japanese monster figurines, a post about creating a suicide prevention policy for your church, and much more.
There is A Cascading Metal Rainbow in a Bookstore in Suzhou, China with Layers of Transparent Hues and it’s amazing and it proves that gold aka books really can be found at the end of the rainbow.
The surprising secret of web headlines by Seth Godin is worth a read, not only for people who write web headlines but for anyone who ever clicks on one.
This post on Creating A Church Suicide Prevention Policy is so important. If you don’t look at anything else in this Snack Pack, go read that.
This post on why Teaching the Bible in Public Schools Is a Bad Idea—For Christians is a thoughtful and good perspective and definitely worth your time, whether you have kids in public schools or not.
burnout is so hard to get out of b/c when you're in it, you ask yourself "what can i do to bring me relief from all this pressure and stress of all this work i need to do?" and the only answer you can think of is "the only thing that will bring me relief is if i finish this work"
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) March 26, 2019
Could someone please turn up the "Rainbows & Unicorns" setting?
I feel like we all could use a little more in the world right now…
— Eric Dye (@DYECASTING) March 20, 2019
We’re at the point in the movie where the heroes are beaten to a pulp and the villains are about to get away with everything. But we’re not the audience. This is our story and it’s up to us to never give up hope and fight even harder than we’ve ever fought before. 2020 is coming.
— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) March 26, 2019
2020 is coming.
I recognize that there are many really wonderful foods that have exciting and unique flavor combinations but, look, I just want a flour tortilla with shredded cheddar cheese on it, thanks.
— Hank Green ⌨️📗2️⃣👍 (@hankgreen) March 26, 2019
Quesadillas are the best.
Definitely done this. 🙋 https://t.co/P52IZWajap
— allison dye (@alliedye) March 21, 2019
Who feels me?
I wish we could retire the term ‘voice for the voiceless’ because most of the time, we are referring to people who have voices and just need a chance to be heard. If you have the means and freedom to be their voice, you can step aside and let them be their own.
— deesha (@DeeshaDyer) March 16, 2019
Yes, yes, yes.
11 year-old kid while looking at an old coloring book: “What’s that supposed to be?”
Me: “A telephone.”
— Phil Schneider (@phillip320) March 20, 2019
Twitter feature request:
A 30 second timer asking you "are you sure you want to send this and do you think it will help and not make people feel bad" before sending the tweet, offering a cancel button.
Happy to work on a browser extension in the interim. We need to be better.
— Chris Heilmann (@codepo8) March 27, 2019
I second this request!
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