Care of the Soul A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life by Thomas Moore Chapter One “Care of the soul begins with observance of the soul.” This line stood out to me, since it’s something I have taught about in different situations. In Step One: Notice, I talked about noticing the cultural […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
I’m still taking it easy after Dylan’s arrival, and I haven’t written anything new yet. Here’s a quick little post I’ve had queued up for awhile, though: I like to look at ads and other media and notice what Mother Culture is trying to tell me. Here’s an ad that jumped out at me: I’m […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
(Photo credit BinaryApe) Dust is everywhere. We don’t see it, yet if you look on a shelf where things don’t get moved around much, there’s a layer of dust that has settled into the untouched spaces. If you happen to see a ray of light shining through a window in front of you, you think, […]Continue Reading... 9 Comments.
There’s a billboard near by home that says, “Recession 101: Interesting fact about recessions…they end.”
What is this billboard trying to tell me? Why is this message worth someone spending a lot of money on?Continue Reading... 4 Comments.