Music is the way into a universe of feelings, available to us always and good for all situations – including the loss of souls near and dear to our hearts.
What do you want the post-pandemic world to look like? The possibilities are infinite. The world doesn’t have to be the way it was.
My second weekly round-up of pictures for Inktober – a month-long challenge involving the drawing of a pen and ink picture for each day of October. The Buddha, Vincent Price, Chewbacca and Charlie Watts all put in appearances this week!
Our words and actions are the beginning of everything. This post is inspired by Jim Collins’ podcast conversation with Tim Ferriss, and by the words of my friends Kate Griffiths-Lambeth and Neil Morrison.
Welcome to my second #SaturdaySix – a monthly round-up of six things that are inspiring me right now. What on Earth is floating your own boat? I’d love to know – please drop me a line with your own current raves! 1: Ice is something you put in your gin It is deepest winter in […]
Worry and fear form an endlessly twisting path that may or may not have failure at its end. If you find yourself on this path, ask yourself: How bad is it, really? Rock stars who whinge about heroin withdrawal are crybabies. So opines Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones in his autobiography, Life.* Drawing on […]
How can you not love Keith Richards? Keith Richards has done enough. He need never do any more. His eminence (his, if you will, satanic majesty) is assured in all departments. Music. “Refreshments.” Life. Strip away all the music and the myth, the assumed-over-the-years sozzled aristo speaking voice, the bourbon-gargling, perma-scarfed persona.* You are left […]