A fallen branch for winter.
Archives for August 2018
People with Korsakoff’s syndrome can be very suggestible and easily manipulated. This is also true of people with other undiagnosed memory disorders who are clinging to autonomy by denying and covering up their deficits.
Sooner or later, it seems, any artist who uses imagery will want to paint birds. And why not of course? Birds are fascinating and changeable and exotic in more than a few hundred ways.
If you are a business owner, a corporate executive, or even the CEO of a multimillion dollar company, you need to bring the office with you wherever you go. You need to stay connected at all times. Going off the grid, even for just a few hours, is not an option because all hell could break loose at any given moment—and clearly, nobody wants that to happen on their watch.
My connection to Buddhist principles suggested it was one more step toward accepting the impermanence of everything. I suppose I reasoned if I did not have to look death in the face everyday, maybe I could keep it at bay?
Belfast is a city with a rich history and a turbulent political past with tensions still existing to this day. All of this has contributed to a thriving art scene and today the city is experiencing a rebirth becoming a hub for culture, technology and innovation all while never forgetting its past. Here are 6 must sees that are sure to make your visit one to remember.
Starting a photography business is not without its challenges. Here are some of the things you will need to do to get your business off the ground and put it on the road to success.
My mandalas focus on kaleidoscopic details of nature which are often mandalas in their own right.
Day trading is probably one of the most common concepts in the world of stocks and finances. For those new to the space, day trading is the process of purchasing a financial asset and selling the same asset within 24 hours. The idea is to take advantage of subtle movements in pricing, to earn a profit on your acquisitions. Learning how to day trade is a time-consuming process.
Motherhood didn’t keep me sober, but it has been the catalyst from which I persevere through hardships without any mood or mind-altering substances. I find that practical application of faith and the principles I learned getting sober, have paved the way for cultivating the life I live today.