Where does genius reside? Is it learned, or innate? Or does it come from some external force? Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat, Pray, Love” explores in a TED conference the idea that genius is outside the individual. Therefore, rather than seek inspiration internally, the artist should try calling his or her muse. This ancient idea … Continue reading Where do ideas come from?
In a parallel universe, I asked you to marry me And you said yes, So we had a hippy wedding in the forest With so many flowers And moved into a country cottage With a river running by Where you taught me how to grow veg And I taught you how to cook tagine. In … Continue reading Parallel universe
“Remembering is a form of meeting. Forgetting is a form of freedom.” (Kahlil Gibran) I do not want to forget about you, And so I can never be free of you. I do not want to forget about us, Therefore I can never be free of us. Why do I forget about forgetting And long … Continue reading Remembering to forget
O Love, teach me how To love this very moment now, Teach me not to look for love In lofty verses from above, But how to love simplicity In this flower, in this tree Nature shines so vividly- In the way you smile at me. Let me find the mystery, The magic’s always here you … Continue reading O Love, teach me
What is it about love? That it can be so amazing, so wonderful and then so painful and lonely. It can lift you up and take you to the heights and then make you feel so small and tiny. Love hurts! …but love heals. So what’s the deal with love? Is it attachment? When we … Continue reading Love, Lovers and The Loved One