Archive for the 'religion' Category

Bottling Miraculous Creativity


Re–blog from the Morning News.

Watch this beautiful video of Elizabeth Gilbert’s lecture held at TED. Here she questions the western cultures egocentric view on the creative spirit. Her anxiety drove her way back into history and the ancient view of the genius.

I often talk about the Roman Genius with friends. Few know about it but everyone appreciate it. It seems many creative people find comfort in of these type of myths and I gladly promote them.

I first read about it in the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben’s collection of essays Profanazioni. It’s a really good book and I really recommend it.

And I really recommend any creative person to take a closer look on the ancient view about the Genius. I’m sure it will help you through some rough times.

Updated: His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama [Has Not] Joined Twitter [Yet]


Re–blog from ReadWriteWeb.

So it was fake. Why would anyone what to do that?

His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama Joins Twitter


Re–blog from ReadWriteWeb.

I love this! Please support their cause and join them on Twitter. And send a message to tell them you do. They will answer and start following you. Apparently a lot of people already has since this message was posted earlier today:

Our office is currently overwhelmed by responses from our first day on Twitter. We will make every effort to answer your questions in time.