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Curiosities By Dickens seeks to bring smiles through


Curiosities By Dickens ( is a website dedicated to encouragement and inspiration. The site features images, readings, and sounds to uplift and inspire people. It was created by Janet Dickens, a retired U.S. Senate transcriber, wife, and mother. There are inspirational motivational images of children, animals, and nature, and beautiful artwork on many different subjects. Visitors will also find unusual art and photography to cause them to take a moment and study.

There is also a section on Curiosities By Dickens called “Quips and Quotes,” where a visitor can find inspirational or humorous picture quotes to enjoy and share. For example, one says “Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument.” There are also human interest videos of various subjects, photos and commentary on the Decorah Bald Eagles, recipes, creative decorating ideas, and free online brain games and puzzles.

Some items only take a minute of time to appreciate, while others will force a person to sit and study to comprehend. Instead of focusing on personal growth articles to provide profound insight for visitors, Curiosities By Dickens seeks to use short snippets to inspire people, and strives to link back to the original author or artist, when known, so that creators receive recognition and viewers are able to enjoy more of their work.

Many of these quotes, sounds, and sights will leave a lasting impression and stay with the viewer for longer than a complex book or article. A recent Thought Questions asks, “How would you explain ’pink’ to someone who is color-blind?” As one insightful quote says, “Don’t look back, you aren’t going that way.”


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 unusual art and photo
 personal growth articles
 human interest videos
 free online brain games

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