The NHC monthly digest of news and anecdotes from around the conscious sphere, April 2018.Read More
“By not voluntarily offering up the stereotypical answers of prejudice, he let his audiences begin to reconsider their own limited notions of how the other half lived.”
“My task is to please my muse, to play to my muse. That allows everyone else to have a powerful experience of their own as well.”
“The spirit of the season will be oppressive unless we see in it the invitation to wonder at our duality: we are knowing and foolish, fearful and wild, active and passive, awake and asleep.”
Reflect amidst the knotted vines and mossy bark of the trees of the jungle, listening to the snake’s hiss, the…
It’s that odd vibration that pedestrians encounter when a stretch limousine crawls down the street.