- “equally fatalistic answers yet more creative”
- “on the verge of bliss and picturing something horrible happening”
- The fatalistic response if not universal
- Is a symptom of the universal
- We are losing our tolerance for vulnerability
- “Vulnerability is absolutely at the core of fear and anxiety and shame and very difficult emotions that we also experience”
- “Vulnerability is also the birthplace of joy, of love, of belonging, of creativity, of faith”
- “Perfection is a tool to protect ourselves”
- “Faith – vulnerability = extremism”
- “Spirituality is inherently vulnerable”
- “We live in a culture that tells us at there is never enough (goodness)”
- “We are not extraordinary enough”
- “Somehow an ordinary life has become synonymous with a meaningless life”
- “In our ordinary life in ordinary moments is where we can find the most joy”
- Numbing society
- Most addicted, medicated, obese, in-debt, adult cohort, busy society
- “We stay so busy that the truth of our lives can’t catch up”
- “You cannot selective numb emotion”
- Numb pain, numb joy
- How to recover
- Practice gratitude
- Stop and be thankful for what we have
- Honor what is ordinary about our lives
- The people we love
- Play, community, nature (honor what is ordinary)
- If don’t experience those good things, our reservoirs will be empty when the bad things happen
- Joy requires gratitude
- Joy is the most terrifying thing that humans experience
- “When we lose our tolerance for vulnerability, joy becomes forboding”
- “We try to beat vulnerability to the punch”
- “I know because I’m fixing to meet Oprah, I’m going to die” lolol
- “We’re trying to dress rehearse tragedy so we can beat vulnerability to the punch”
- When happy people feel that, they practice gratitude to defeat that fear
- “In a culture of scarcity, we are always searching for extraordinary when the truth is” (that we truly love the ordinary sweet things about our life)
- Three counter-intuitive things
- Talk to yourself like you are someone you love when you are feeling unworthy
- Reach out to someone you trust
- Tell your story
- Shame cannot survive being spoken
- Shame requires: Secrecy, silence, judgement
- Antidote: Empathy
Here is the link.
Creatives should follow.
“You share with people who earn the right to hear your story”.
Here’s to “move the body” friends.
Here’s to people who want to be, no matter how much later.
Here is the link.
auto-fill-mode is named by
auto-fill-function via magnars.
You will love WOODSONGS OLD-TIME RADIO HOUR (sic)
[it] was created, is produced, and hosted by folksinger Michael Johnathon. The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour is an all volunteer run, Non Profit Organization, and is a worldwide multimedia celebration of grassroots music filmed in front of a live audience. WoodSongs is not a concert, but a one-hour musical conversation focusing on the artists and their music.
It will remind you that we all want to express something creative, and sometimes it is with music.
Sometimes you accidentally double-post the same article. It looks like an easy fix until you notice that people have commented on both articles! It turns out that the solution is pretty easy if you are comfortable with SQL. This post is a work of art concisely explaining what to do and making it simple.
Via this study:
MetS as a result of fructose consumption exacerbates the deleterious effects of TBI on cognitive function. We propose a framework for a potential model in which fructose and TBI affect systems related to cell energy metabolism, which converge on intracellular pathways that regulate brain plasticity and cognitive function (Figure 7). Our results show the harmful impact of metabolic disease on the outcome of TBI with regards to mitochondrial biogenesis, synaptic plasticity, and cognitive function. These data suggest that fructose consumption reduces neural resilience and may predispose the brain toward cognitive dysfunction and lifelong susceptibility to neurological disorders.
When will this be on the 5am, 6am, 11am, 12am, 4pm, 5pm, 10pm news?