Inspiration from her travels to Ancient Roman sites offered Julia McLean insights into ancient peoples and the gods, goddess and spirits that they welcomed in their homes. She was so inspired that her family decided to dedicate their new house to an ancient god.
I think it is probably fair to assume that most Americans today consider happiness not only something that would be nice to have, but something that we really ought to have—and, moreover, something that’s within our power to bring about, if only we set our minds to it. We can be happy, we tell ourselves, teeth gritted. We should be happy. We will be happy.
This week, Life As A Human Likes features ways to alleviate the anxiety of modern living: a website with anxiety cures, an inspiring project in India that speaks to the heart, and a great website for book lovers because reading can help us get centered and de-stress.
The author ponders the reluctance of some writers to accept technological change, , shunning the idea of publishing their work on the internet.