It is better to be alone than to become a person that loses his soul to the fear of loneliness. ― Shannon L. Alder
I know what I really want for Christmas. I want my childhood back. Nobody is going to give me that. I might give at least the memory of it to myself if I try. I know it doesn’t make sense, but since when is Christmas about sense, anyway? It is about a child, of long… Continue reading Robert Fulghum
It is only through mystery and madness that the soul is revealed ― Thomas Moore (1940 -), Care of the Soul: A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life. (HarperPerennial; Reprint edition January 26, 1994) Originally published January 26th 1988.
Love is an activity, not a passive affect; it is a “standing in,” not a “falling for.” — Erich Fromm, The Art of Loving. (Harper Perennial Modern Classics; 15 Anv edition November 21, 2006) Originally published 1956.
And so I am feeling numb. It’s a curious feeling, and I get it all the time. My attention to the world around me disappears, and something starts to hum inside my head. Far off, voices try to bump up against me, but I repel them. My ears fill up with water and I focus… Continue reading Marya Hornbacher
Somewhere between love and hate lies confusion, misunderstanding and desperate hope. ― Shannon L. Alder
Just as anyone who listens to the muse will hear, you can write out of your own intention or out of inspiration. There is such a thing. It comes up and talks. And those who have heard deeply the rhythms and hymns of the gods, can recite those hymns in such a way that the… Continue reading Joseph Campbell