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I Finished My Radio Journal

I dissed brain myths

Like yesterday’s mac and cheese

All these people claim they know the brain –

Pssssssssssh, girl, please.

Ya brain damage ain’t permanent… 83 more words


ROH Summer 2015 general booking now open

This year it opened at 8am and it went very smooth for me (done in 10min). I got tickets to Don Giovanni (specifically to see Roschmann as Donna Elvira), … 53 more words


Daytrip with my girls to Salzburg

Salzburg is one of the most beautiful Citys in Austria. You can visit Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts Birthplace, stroll by the Getreidegasse. From the Mönchsberg you get an incredible view over the City and to the Festung Hohensalzburg. 40 more words


People are people, Mozart is people

I recently had an experience where, starting postgraduate study at a new unfamiliar university, I found myself quite nervous in the hours leading to our first course meeting (basically an informal meet-and-greet, but that didn’t stop me having a few nervous poos which I don’t shy away from revealing, because it’s in keeping with todays theme: Mozart loved writing letters about pooping). 633 more words

18th Century History



I’m finally beginning to settle a bit more here in Vienna, where I’ve been living for about a month. Things have been hectic, crazy, and wonderful. 403 more words

The Magical Power of this Wistful Flower


The Magical Power of this Wistful Flower

By Alice Verberne-Benamara

When we were children, our schoolroom had a calendar towering above our heads showing illustrations of the seasons. 812 more words

Living Like A Frog

The Soul's Tapestry: Look Inward, thou art Buddha

DISCERNING the how and why of human uniqueness, from the likes of Mozart to the fearless passion of Julia Butterfly Hill, is always perplexing.

Lacking the seer’s knowingness, we’d be forced to trudge for clues into the intricate threads of reincarnations, and sift the karmic sands of countless past lives. 3,718 more words

Psychology & Human Nature