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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

There is no need to pretend to be playing, just let your playful nature out.

Thought For The Day

Source: James Hillman on Psychological Faith & Soul-Making — ChuckBenderMS.com

This is a beautiful description from James Hillman: “The work of soul–making is concerned essentially with the evocation of psychological faith, the faith arising from the psyche which shows as faith in the reality of the soul… Psychological faith begins in the love of images, and it flows mainly through the shapes of persons in […]

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"The ease with which Russia can be blamed for anything . . . is troubling"

by Charles Goyette via Lew Rockwell

I saw a fellow I know knock over a cup of coffee at Starbucks this morning. Although he was clearly embarrassed, he might have been somewhat relieved when I explained that he could just blame in on Russia. 300 more words

Lew Rockwell

The psychology of mythology: or, why the Otherworld is just as real as this one

I’ve spent a lot of years studying the psychology of myth. For me, in a slightly oversimplified nutshell, it all come down to this: Freud’s theories on anything – inevitably, interminably, explaining everything in sexual terms – rarely interest me much at all; Jung is marvelous but often a little too human-centred for my tastes; James Hillman takes psychology and mythology back out of our heads and into the world again, and so is always to be revered. 1,711 more words

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Three Simple Reasons Why Racism is Incredibly Stupid

I cannot remember a time during my 40 years of life in which racial hostilities in America have burned as hot as they do now. 1,020 more words

Animalizing

During moments of awareness in which a translation into language has not yet happened, I recognize perhaps a truer, more immediate experience of my animal nature. 1,085 more words

James Hillman

The Story You Came to Tell


Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple, which won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award in 1982, grew up the daughter of sharecroppers. 155 more words

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