“Here man has invented the heavens but the moon, not to be usurped, shines sickle bright, gathering our souls.”
Category: Life Hacks
How (Not) to Be a Author: Chekhov on Why the Process of Artwork Is To not Remedy Issues However to Formulate Questions
“Anyone who says that the artist’s sphere leaves no room for questions, but deals exclusively with answers, has never done any writing or done anything with imagery.”
Einstein’s Desires: Physicist Alan Lightman’s Poetic Exploration of Time and the Antidote to the Anxiousness of Aliveness
“A life in the past cannot be shared with the present. Each person who gets stuck in time gets stuck alone.”
Bob Dylan on Vulnerability, the Meaning of Integrity, and Music as an Instrument of Truth
“You must be vulnerable to be sensitive to reality. And to me being vulnerable is just another way of saying that one has nothing more to lose.”
A painted landscape of fact and feeling along the flow of existence.
Mary’s Room: An Animated Inquiry into the Limits of Knowledge and the Mystery of Consciousness
The gasp beyond fact, contouring the central question of what it is like to be you.
“We are a music-making species — always have been, always will be — and music’s capacity to explore, express and address what it is to be human remains one of our greatest communal gifts.”
Recovering the Wonder of Flight: “Little Prince” Author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry on Finding the Miraculous in the Mechanical
“In anything at all, perfection is finally attained not when there is no longer anything to add, but when there is no longer anything to take away, when a body has been stripped down to its nakedness.”