We are not only what we eat, we are all that we consume. We are so fortunate to have so much information available, but discernment in what we feed our brains is paramount to producing good ideas, and to being open enough to understanding the experiences of others.
So here is where I hope to serve your whole health by delivering quality articles that educate, inspire, and articulate the human condition so we can stay in reality and curiosity. Plus art + beauty + LOLZ.
Here we go.
NASA has released These downloadable posters for space tourism. Visit The Orion Belt! They are so beautiful. Also they are Tif. files? So huge? Anyone know a good place to get them printed remotely please let me know. I want Jupiter and Venus. Art is my drug of choice. Mostly because I’ve overused all the others and am out of options. But also because it’s a fucking lifesaver.
Werner Herzog motivational posters are a hilarious trip. Enjoy.
We practice our relationship with the divine in our relationships with each other. This article on intimate relationships as spiritual crucible is a thoughtful example. Let us love each other. And together, seek peace.
Furthermore, the opposite of addiction is connection. Fully supportive of “individual recovery”, but man do we ever need some cultural recovery. This video is a gorgeous illustration of why people are less inclined to be addicts when they have sound love, life, and people around. Simplicity FTW.
Click on the image of each species of caterpillar and it shows you the butterfly it becomes! Be amazed that nature is the most bizarre and phenomenal force! Go outside! Breathe air! Give props for some shit that you will never understand!
Whelp, it’s finally proven why everyone’s mom is “crazy” and why I’m so goddamned tired. Turns out that new research confirms that being a good parent will physiologically destroy you.
Like a lot of people, and not like a lot of people, I have tried to refrain from the Trumpalogue. I think “all press is good press” when it comes to what I long thought was a sideshow. Now I’m genuinely terrified. My pal Janelle Hanchette wrote the smartest piece on the issue I’ve read so far. (John Oliver was good, but Janelle was better). I know you’re tired of it, but please, do read it. We are better than this mess. And like she says, “We built this house, so we can tear it down.”
What happens when you put rows of mirrors on a shack in the desert? The results are astoundingly beautiful and can end this post on a note of people working in a harmony with nature rather than against it. There is good in the world. There is. There is. There is.
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