“Unnecessary noise is the most cruel absence of care that can be inflicted on sick or well.” ~ Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), social reformer and founder of modern nursing In a world and culture of increasing and relentless noise, the benefits... Continue Reading →
Loved. This. Musing. Truly I did. And do.
From LeebyGeeby at Shamagaia. Well-written, insightful, and funny as hell … o … operator. Have a look; see for yourself.
Thanks L.G. This was good, fun, and yes, wise, medicine this afternoon.
The Chairman of The Bored himself, Iggy Pop, at Pink Pop 1987
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I don’t actually remember the last time I was this bored. Really bored. I’m talking Iggy Pop grade Chairman of the Board, bored: industrial strength bored. The kind of bored that makes you want to throw a fit on the floor and slap yourself a number of times just to have something to do. Angry-bored. I would almost go as far to say existentally bored, but nah, fuck it, that sounds way too much like hard work in the explanation department.
Why is this even blog-worthy you say? Well, because it’s just so damn rare for me to get bored.
So it’s different and meaningful. An opportunity to take a holiday from myself. A rare space in my ridiculous busy-busy-busy, “grown up” life. A chance to let myself burn down to the…
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"In detachment lies the wisdom of uncertainty … in the wisdom of uncertainty lies the freedom from our past, from the known, which is the prison of past conditioning. And in our willingness to step into the unknown, the field... Continue Reading →
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