When you hear the world “wild” used to describe a person, what does it call to mind? Our cultural conditioning has imprisoned that word to denote something decidedly negative much of the time. Out of control. Unruly. Disheveled. Inappropriate. Childlike.
Yet wild is what we are. What we ALL are. And all of us remember this in someway, no matter how small and distant that memory may seem, no matter how well it has been exiled to the furthest recesses of our experience . . . Read More
It seems impossible, doesn’t it, that there could actually be one thing, just ONE THING, that all of us, regardless of our relationship status, our gender, the color of our skin or our age, are deeply desiring above all else.
How could we be so similar when we seem so different?
How could it be so simple when we’ve been told it’s so hard? Read More
. . . Language gives us a reference point, a way of attempting to understand the experience of another. But does the language of emotion actually tell us the truth of what we are feeling? Read More