My journey to self discovery and healing through Ayahuasca. Tragedies I have faced, fears I have overcome. Very relative to others, with alot of inspiration especially for those who struggle with depression or anxiety.
Can you see Anything Now follows a year in the life of Margie Nethercott and Pixie Ammon, two women of different generations who both have near drowning experiences in the Weekeepeemee River, a river that runs through a small town called Trinity in upstate New York. Pixie's father becomes convinced that Pixie will ‘rise from the dead’ and goes to work convincing the people of the town that if only they will come together to pray and seek God, his daughter will be restored to life. The town rallies, and in a crescendo of singing, fireworks and solidarity, there is a restoration that occurs and a tiny hope that becomes visible. There is art, literature, a love story, and a touch of surrealism in Can you see Anything Now. It's a compelling, thoughtful novel, and will stick with you for a while.
Emotional Stability may not be what you think. By my own experience and research I have a different perspective. Because of this new perspective, my life has changed. More in the area in the way I respond to life.
A ballerina attempts to create herself within a continually evolving dance world, while struggling with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Her alternative personality is an obsessive young male dance with a homicidal tendencies, whose aim in 'life' is to keep the host personality, Aldora, safe, regardless of the lives of others. This work explores the relationship between moral judgement and personality, the way the alternative personality can overpower Aldora's morality.
Aku mencoba sesuatu yang sebenarnya tidak ada dalam angan-anganku, lalu aku menemukan sesuatu yang tidak ada kaitannya dengan percobaanku itu, aku penasan tentang hal itu, lama-lama aku ingin cari tahu lebih banyak lagi tentang hal itu.
there can be no synopsis as what is being communicated is in the poems by a published poet and author who is seeking a publisher for his most recent collection and who has fallen foul of the poetry scene which he has forsaken deliberately