Or, an exploration of why we continue to return to those bad apples of our eye who are blatantly terrible for us.
A beautifully written piece that highlights that all-too-common male fear of female intellect, and their tendency to settle for those who don’t think for themselves.
I’m sorry that posting has been pretty sporadic or downright nonexistent lately–I have some exciting stuff going on that has taken me away from the blog, but I promise to be back in action ASAP.
“Go back to never being spontaneous because you being spontaneous usually ends in disaster.” And more wise words from me to myself, after the jump…
“Our conscious self is drawn to the positive qualities we yearn for, but our unconscious draws us to the qualities which hurt us the most as children.” And more on why we often continue to pursue those people who are totally wrong for us…
“Your twenties are tough! You’re still growing into your disproportionate puppy paws, so you flail around, you stumble. You’re learning how to be a grown-up.”
Main man [one of many] Ira Glass drops some knowledge re: creativity.
“Good answers to the big questions about medication are likely to proceed from careful attention to the actual experiences of the people who have faced them.” So here’s mine.
Artist Anton Bundenko was working as a shot-firer and mountain engineer building tunnels all around Russia when he began dabbling in photography and collage: “It was exciting to combine two absolutely different things, but very difficult at the same time.”