Daily Gleanings: Insights (23 August 2019)

Michael Kruger reflects on the value of learning biblical languages in helpful ways that both overlap with and differ from some of my related thoughts.


Brett McKay interviews John Kounios, author of The Eureka Factor: Aha Moments, Creative Insight, and the Brain. As Kounios colorfully observes,

Insights are like cats. They don’t come when they are called.

But as Kounios outlines in the podcast, there are still some steps we can take to “prime the pump” to help us be more open to having more and better insights.

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