John Merideth lives in Atlanta, Georgia and is the author of Spiritually Ambitious...a blog touching on the existential twists and turns of contemporary life. He is also an artist and film maker and healthy living/loving advocate.
There are phantom eyes and grasping animals, peering out to pull one in. This is a child's world, constructed in primary simplicity and direct associations with now.
A circle with a dot in its center depicts a complete cycle and cyclic perfection, the resolution of all possibilities in existence. The central point is the supreme place of all knowing, the point of stillness from which all is seen in truth.
What if your life was designed from start to finish as the most beautiful form of play the universal mind has ever imagined. What if living your life was meant to be the most profound aesthetic experience you will ever have while being human.
Clothing can hide or reveal, it can enforce or challenge cultural norms and it literally comes in contact with our largest sense organ, our skin, constantly.
Aesthetics and beauty do play a role in our lives, so picking brands and products that feel sensual and well designed can impact the quality of our lives.
JOY embodies ironic expression - JOY is the truth that the most evocative and ecstatic moments of life require an equal and opposite capacity for sliding down the other side of the wave.
And standing before you I wanderIf I pronounce the word in love The back of my skull thrums
What moves us, what inspires us, what in our experience of life provides us with the spark to transcend? No matter how much or how little we have, the inherent repetition of life can dull our appreciation for its singular beauty.
Raindrops, scattershot, falling from the sky are easily deflected...even a delicate leaf becomes an obstruction. Those same raindrops when focused into the continuity and power of a river can literally carve mountains and alter entire landscapes.