Archive for March, 2010

Sunny flower

March 29, 2010

With the coming of spring, especially after the Spring Equinox, the sunshine around – both literally and figuratively, gets more and more. The beauty of a sunny day, of a flower, of a smile. ‘Earth laughs.
In flowers.’ Image flower: sxc

Twelve Monkeys

March 27, 2010

Twelve Monkeys – a bit depressingly phantasmagoric for my taste. ‘And what we say is the truth is what everybody accepts… I mean, psychiatry: it’s the latest religion. We decide what’s right and wrong. We decide who’s crazy or not.’  A movie of great acting, bizarre ideas and a strange future-past-now.


March 24, 2010

A different type of lyrics (‘Lapidarium’, Georgi Gospodinov)
… the Universe expands, therfore
we drift further away from each other …

Magically spooky

March 24, 2010

‘Magical actions are deeply symbolic. The more their inner meaning  reflect the essence of a given event, the more successful they are… The ideal magic is the ideal symbol.’  Magically spooky stories (Alek Popov, ‘Dirty Dreams’). Image: sxc

Duchess of Bedford tea

March 21, 2010

There was no other way of opening this tea box other than beheading the Duchess of Bedford, who is said to have started the very British tradition of taking Afternoon Tea. 
Great f(l)avour.

The Duchess of Bedford flavour – my cup of tea.

Principles of NLP

March 18, 2010

An intriguing book on Principles of NLP (authors: Joseph O’Connor, Ian McDermott). ‘People react to their Map of Reality rather than to reality itself’ prompted me in ‘making the best choice for the moment’ – start an internal dialogue.