Card enthusiasts know it well. Perform a google search, or use the search engine of a museum, and voilá, before you know it, you’ll have access to some of the most fantastic images currently available, of both ancient and recent origins. For instance, I’ve downloaded a number of historical Tarots from Gallica, the French national […] via Fashionable English Lenormand in 1887: The gift of Kamekichi … Continue reading Fashionable English Lenormand in 1887: The gift of Kamekichi Tsunajima — TAROFLEXIONS
“Learn a new language and get a new soul.” — Czech proverb David Abram once described language as something we inhabit — a thing akin to the invisible atmosphere that exists all around us. “Language is less a human possession than it is a property of the animate earth itself, an expressive, telluric power in […] via Are Languages Alive? — Anima Monday Continue reading Are Languages Alive? — Anima Monday
hi friends, i hope this message finds you well. winter is here, isn’t it. …we’ve been eating crock-pot soup for dinner, and it’s night all afternoon. my partner asked me to guess the time the other day, and i said 9:30pm. (it was only 7:36.) i was about to write something about how the frenetic energy of the holidays is in full-tilt n whatnot, but … Continue reading 9 things i’m enjoying right now (in the winter spirit of slowing down & being receptive to the moment).
as i write – and i mean every single time i write – i start to question everything i’m saying. none of it feels true. and also, all of it does. but it’s like i can’t quite get to the really true thing. then it occurs to me that i honestly don’t know how i feel, or what i really think about the thing i … Continue reading the complicated thing about writing