Hello hyperactive howler monkeys and restless gibbons and welcome to another edition of interesting things from the internet. I know you are all keen to get into it so here it is for you… A trippy 3D interactive painting ‘Nose Garden’ by Doris Liou Like stumbling upon a hidden enchanted part of a rainforest… ToContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #79”
When you love someone, you do not love them all the time, in exactly the same way, from moment to moment. It is an impossibility. It is even a lie to pretend to. And yet this is exactly what each of us demand. We have so little faith in the ebb and flow of life,Continue reading “Comforting Thought: The dancers are free”
Carl Jung said that if you find the psychic wound in an individual or a people, there you also find their path to consciousness. For it is in the healing of our psychic wounds that we come to know ourselves…In the evolution of consciousness, our greatest problem is always our richest opportunity. ~ Robert Johnson
We pretend we aren’t vulnerable, but this is an illusion. We are incarnated in a delicate body, intertwined in the community of life. Our senses have evolved to be exquisitely tuned to the ever-changing world of pleasure and pain, sweet and sour, gain and loss.
Publisher: Hachette Books Ireland Genre: Non-Fiction, Spirituality, Wisdom, Buddhism, Paganism Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 This is a book of wisdom, quotes and treasures is from writer Mary McEvoy. She has lived experience of depression and anxiety. So she understands intimately how to handle and manage the dark times of life. How to look at the darkness squarelyContinue reading “Book Review: Ordinary Beauty: Meaningful Moments in Everyday Life by Mary McEvoy”
What my marriage taught me is that real love is only what you give. That’s all. Love is not ‘out there’, waiting for you. It is in you.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Genre: Non-Fiction, Psychology, Spirituality, Anthropology, Culture, Politics, History Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 I was initially skeptical about this book. A hopeful history of humanity? During the time of COVID, climate change and mass animal extinction? However, there was a kernel of hope within me that really wanted for this concept to be true. ThisContinue reading “Book Review: Humankind: A Hopeful History by Rutger Bregman”
“Out of the millions of people we live among, most of whom we habitually ignore and are ignored by in turn, there are always a few that hold hostage our capacity for happiness, whom we could recognize by their smell alone and whom we would rather die than be without.”― Alain de Botton, A WeekContinue reading “Comforting Thought: The people we know by smell alone”
“What makes us most human is the possession of a unique and irreproducible story, that takes place over time and leave behind our traces.”― Olga Tokarczuk, Flights
With one good friend, having Nothing feels simply enough, and going Nowhere is the most exciting journey. Cherish good friends. Googie McCabe