In The Eye Of My Mind - Issue #13
Bees, Byron, Passion, Love and Cooperation. This is what I promise you all in this roundup this week. Or, at least, the seeds of all this that will make you think about how we feel, act and behave. Lord Byron has always been one of the tragic figures of my literary education. He evidently continues to be so even though it's so long after his death.
In The Eye Of My Mind - Issue #12
I haven't been writing a lot this week but I have been reading a heck of a lot. From all that reading I picked five links that will blow your mind. First, a little neuroscience and why music is a language we can all understand. Then a dose of reality that helps explain the sense of victimhood we encounter all over the real world. The suggestion that all mental disorders may have a common link. A piece about the power of the human touch which the pandemic has deprived us of at the moment. And…
How To Recharge Your Brain
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