There's my laptop, my kindle, my Mac desktop, my iphone, my Facebook, my Twitter, my Instagram, my Pinterest, and dozens of podcasts I love. Not to mention my Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon. All these things are great and helpful.
I like to start my morning by journaling. I jot down: After journaling, I do about 15-20 minutes of creative visualization
The notion of sleep was formerly revered and also used to help treat health issues for the upper classes until the Industrial Revolution when we did a complete 360 and saw sleep not just devalued but actively scorned.
Moreover, sleep deprivation is more harmful to women than to men. Eduard Suarez, head of a Duke Medical Center study on sleep
There is certainly something to be said for that viewpoint. Many religious people display a significant degree of magical
Around 18 months ago I wrote an article about my daily rituals. These are the things I always try to do without fail every workday.
Thank you, Prince, for putting your royal personhood, your many gifts, on display so that all who chose to could be graced by them. Your work, your shamanhood and your priesthood, will continue long, long after your death. Beauty does not die nor should it.
After chewing paan, the eater's mouth is typically left with stained red lips and teeth, and causes profuse red coloured salivation. Looking startlingly similar to blood, saliva is usually spat out -- which yields a viscous crimson stain upon whatever surface is spat on.
My half arsed execution is always going to be better than that brilliant idea living in your brain and that's just the truth.
"Hello, sun in my face. Hello, you who make the morning and spread it over the fields." -- Mary Oliver