I’m a night person (although I’m a morning writer) and I enjoy being up after the world has slowed and the business of the day has ended. 373 more words
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My poems reflect my continuing interest in perception and how we try to capture fleeting moments with language. I think the art that comes closest to what I’m trying to do in poetry is photography—the exploration of things in the world (and in ourselves) from various angles. 211 more words
«In questa società e in quest’epoca, in cui i tipi strambi, per essere curati da prepotenti intensità individuali, sono rinchiusi in ospizi, impasticcati di serenità serotoninica e riabilitati nei gruppi; in cui qualsiasi cosa “troppo” diversa viene emarginata, diventa particolarmente importante per la coscienza della nazione sostenere attivamente il fuori dall’ordinario.» 451 more words
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Pluto, especially, is important to recognise in our euphemistic references to the unconscious as the giver of wholeness, a storehouse of abundant riches, a place not of fixation in torment, but a place, if propitiated rightly, that offers fertile plenty.
By Marla Estes, M.A., Founder of The School of the Examined Life
“As betrayal strains the logical viewing of how the world works and the logical assumptions on which relationships are built, it throws the person experiencing it into an illogical mode where nothing fits – an inexpressible, altered state.” 1,040 more words