Olivia Laing, The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone

Comforting Thought: Ep’humin et ouk ep’humin

Ep’humin et ouk ep’humin (from Greek) Things that are under our control and things that are not under our control. Of things that exist, some are in our power and some are not in our power. Those that are in our power are conception, choice, desire, aversion, and in a word, those things that are…

Tracey Emin. About Neon Art and Loneliness http://wp.me/p41CQf-aU

Comforting Thought: The appetites of the soul by Aldous Huxley

Two great appetites of the soul – the urge to independence and self-determination and the urge to self-transcendence – were fused with, and interpreted in the light of, a third – the urge to worship.~ Aldous Huxley, The Doors of Perception and Heaven & Hell Entrance to the Night by Michiel Schrijver We live together,…

Book Review: The Recovering Intoxication and its Aftermath by Leslie Jamieson

Book Review: The Recovering Intoxication and its Aftermath by Leslie Jamieson

The Recovering is a memoir about alcohol and how it runs rampant in the lives of writers and artists throughout history. It’s seen through the lens of the book’s author, Leslie Jameson as she navigates her way through life and the being drunk and being in recovery. Jamieson clearly has a knack for the written…

Day in the life: Facebook is destroying our understanding of normal life

Mind-expanding books that opened up the world to me as a teenager #Booktag

Some books help you as a teenager to move beyond the claustrophobic and limited world you were born into. We can't help where we were born or who our family is. However, when we are young, if we read the right books, we may just be able to transcend challenging beginnings and see the world…

Every Picture Tells A Story: The Dopest Nuns in the World

Every Picture Tells A Story: The Dopest Nuns in the World

Californian Nuns, Sister Kate and Sister Darcy grow, cultivate and harvest medicinal marijuana. This heavenly dope strain is called 'The Sisters of the Valley'. The Sisters prepare their remedies observing the cycles of the moon and in a spiritual environment. You can find them here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQgTcXJkwTc Courtesy of Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois