"This group of men used their collective power of colloquial language to create poetry that emphasized intuition and the pastoral. Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, and Keats banded together to form the Romantics: the Avengers of classic literature."  

William Blake
Super Power: Prophetic Prose
Motto: “It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.” 

William Wordsworth
Super Power: Self-Reflection
Motto: “The mind of man is a thousand times more beautiful than the earth on which he dwells.” 

Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Super Power: Suspension of Disbelief
Motto: “Good and bad men are each less so than they seem.” 

Lord Byron
Super Power: Aristocracy
Motto: “The great object of life is sensation – to feel that we exist, even though in pain.” 

Percy Shelley
Super Power: Radicalism
Motto: “If winter comes, can spring be far behind?” 

John Keats
Super Power: Sensuality
Motto: “I want a brighter word than bright.”

Credit to Maria Vincente for her brilliance 

And some incredibly boring English lessons



Studies of napping have shown improvement in cognitive function creative thinking and memory performance. Ready set … snooze.

When your boss asks why you were napping, tell them science told you to.

No just say you were praying… #praisethelordandhismiriclespraisejebus!



How Muppets Work

September 24th is Jim Henson's birthday, and he would be 77 years old today. If the name Jim Henson isn't familiar, you probably know one of his most popular creations: a small, bright-green frog with long limbs, round eyes and an endearing way of throwing his arms over his head and yelling “Yaaaay!” when he gets excited. He's been on television for more than 50 years and in movies for nearly 30. Kermit the Frog is one of Jim Henson’s puppets, better known as Muppets, and an international ambassador for puppets. Many people refer to Jim Henson as the most influential American puppeteer ever.

But what exactly is a Muppet? According to some sources, including Jim Henson’s wife, Jane, “Muppet” is a combination of the words “marionette" and "puppet.” (A marionette is a specific type of puppet with strings attached to a control bar or bars, operated by a puppeteer from overhead.) However, Henson himself always said that he came up with the word “Muppet” because he liked the sound of it.

Muppets come in all sizes, from just a few inches long to more than 8 feet tall. They can be hand puppets, rod puppets or a combination of the two. Some Muppets are even worn by their operators. Muppets are also just about every shape, color and style imaginable — they can look like an animal, a person or an imaginary creature. But all Muppets have a few things in common: They’re made from soft, flexible materials, they’re perfectly suited for TV and movies, and they have unique, dynamic personalities.

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