Heart-opening post from Amanda Palmer on the death of her friend.
i had my forehead on his chest, with neil’s hands around the baby, holding me from behind.
goodbye, my friend, my best, best friend.
This font gives you a small idea of what it feels like to read with dyslexia. Oof.
Loved these summer homework assignments from an Italian teacher.
12 tips to french kiss your travel.
An important post from Hiro about staying in communication with yourself and how that radiates to all your other relationships.
Communication is an energy, a quality of soul. Like all energy, its effects that can be healing and transformative, or disruptive and fragmenting. Communication can expand your world and your sense of possibility, bring you into deeper relationship, wholeness and belonging, or it can divide and isolate.
This is why communication can sometimes seem so loaded.
We communicate information about who we are and what our lives are about, in a multitude of ways, many of them non-verbal. Your presence — which includes the entire sum of your thoughts, feelings and actions-transmits information constantly. So you are always communicating, whether you realize it or not.