During Pride Month, Emily Perper will be sharing stories from the LGBTQ community. This reading list is about the experiences of queer people of faith.
A mom’s call for cultivating compassionate children: “I want my kids to be soft. I do. In a world full of rough edges and sharp corners, I want to raise humans who are gentle and kind.”
Alzheimer’s disease may be the result of byproduct that builds up in the brain when it fights infections, according to a new study. The new study, if proven, could change the way the medical community thinks about the disease, and the development of drugs to treat it. For a long time, researchers believed that a…
“I don’t like that she stole my sense of self and has yet to give it back.” Evelyn Shoop, a.k.a., “momsicle,” reflects on postpartum depression.
Working writers and artists offer advice on inspiration and perseverance.
“Haha what? Noooooo, this song isn’t about you. It’s about a literal venus flytrap plant that eats literal insects. It’s not because you crushed my spirit like an ant beneath your shapely foot.” This guide lists men’s metaphors for women.
“I dreamt that a man with purple skin, a long tail, with an egg balancing on his head, came to my room, held my hand and walked me outside, where we played all night long.” Kiprop Kimutai recalls an imaginary friend.
Ok, I have promise to comeback this week and start to discuss the application, or better yet, the development of sustainable, more positive thinking. So here I am.
Ready, get set … GO!
This will be more interesting and richer if we can get some participation from our audience. So, get involved and invite others to be involved.
Imagine that after getting up in the morning, you get ready and as you leave your home, you look at the mirror. What do you see?
Are you like the girl on the first, black and white picture? … or are you more like the goddess, in color in the second picture?
What do you think that makes the difference? If how you think does matter, imagine what is going through this girl’s mind in each picture. Yes it is the same girl on both pictures. She works for an insurance agency and has a meeting, with a very important client, first thing in the morning.
Writing stays around for ever and our mind helps connect it to our own time. Shakeaspeare has been one of those writers that we can well integrate within today’s societal challenges and themes. So this post is for all of my students at the theatre school, who have gone through the challenge of studying his work and have had the courage to take it a step further into stage.
From webcomics and essays to videos, a collection of some of the web’s most engaging Shakespeare-centric blogs.
Australian blogger Helen Hayward reflects on the difficulty of balancing domestic duties — those never-ending to-do lists — with our longing for creating a peaceful, private space to cultivate our inner selves.