Friday, October 12, 2012

The Cat Woman, A Study: Part One, Julie Newmar







"Catsophranic"--"He's under the influence of catsophranic, a drug which reverses all the normal, moral ethical standards and causes him to act in the exact opposite of all he believes in."

Sylvia, Oh, Sylvia...You Will Never Be Through







Film by Sylvia Stein; Read by Sylvia Plath; 50th Anniversary of the Publication of Her Masterpiece, "Daddy"

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

We Are All Made of Stars

Stars have always helped me to get things into perspective . . . I tried to let the starlight heal something deep in me that hurt.
  —Madeleine L'Engle

For a long time, people have used stars to find their way in the dark. Many a lost soul has been guided by the North Star or the Big Dipper. 

If we watch the sky at night, we can see thousands of twinkling stars. They are our friends. They remind us how small we are. They remind us of the vastness of the universe, of the power and beauty that surround us. 

Starlight in the sky, or reflected on a lake, can comfort us when we hurt. With safe and open arms, nature accepts our sorrow, no matter how we express it. Starlight, like all of nature, reflects a light that comes from way beyond us. It is that light that heals us in a deep and quiet way.

How has nature comforted me when I am troubled?
Today's Gift

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