By Douglas Eby — 2019
Unhealthy comparing can be self-limiting—perhaps especially for creative people, who often have the personality trait of high sensitivity, which typically includes stronger emotional reactions.
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Some people harbor the illusion that rest is a luxury they do not have time for, but the reality is that rest is a necessity.
The bodies of lonely people are markedly different from the bodies of non-lonely people.
Sadness is a central part of our lives, yet it’s typically ignored at work, hurting employees and managers alike.
SARK’s whimsical, hand-printed, hand-painted books . . . are guides for adults (kids, too) who long to play and be creative, but have forgotten how.
In an interview, SARK said she knows that art is healing “because of how it heals me and how I see it healing other people every day. Through art, we come alive through the deep connections to our souls and spirits.”
As part of the 2018 Transformational Author Experience, host Christine Kloser provided a free Playbook with contributions by multiple authors including Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy, better known as SARK.
If we can process our regrets with tenderness and compassion, we can use these hard memories as a part of our wisdom bank.
Expectations surrounding Black masculinity, such as the requirement to be strong and stoic, have often prevented Black men from seeking mental health care. But it's possible to overcome this reluctance and make mental wellness a priority.
“Use only that which works, and take it from any place you can find it.” ~ Bruce Lee
The premise of his philosophy was efficiency—complete and utter efficiency of the soul.
This is not about meeting criteria and ticking boxes, it’s about finally creating the generous, plural and radical art world that many of us want and need.