The Goddess Maat is the Egyptian Goddess of Truth. She represents the ideals of law, order, and truth. The word, Maat translates as "that which is straight," it implies anything that is true, ordered, or balanced. She was the female counterpart of Thoth, "The Great Measure. Maat plays an important part in the Book of the Dead. It is in the Hall of Maat the judgement of the dead was performed. This was done by weighing one's heart (conscience) against the feather of Maat.
Your Brand Will Change and Evolve - Function Creative Co.
Your Brand Will Change & Evolve - We are always learning, changing how we do business and experiencing different things. And this totally translates into our brands, particularly for us solopreneurs. Use this exercise to check in with your brand and give permission to let it change and evolve as you do. Click the image to try the exercise yourself! Plus there's a free brand mini course in there to help you out.
With László Krasznahorkai winning the Best Translated book award for his novels Satantango and Seiobo There Below, not a lot was said about his beautiful travelogue from Seagull Books this year. This is a subtle meteorite of a book. Krasznahorkai’s details and his haunting read on human nature are exemplified as we follow him up mountains in and out of temples and the homes of prominent figures in China. He sees the world and translates it for us, like no other can.
10 ways to bring hygge into your life and home (or 10 ways to beat the winter blues
If you’ve got the winter blues or are just feeling the chill of the season then what you need is a bit of Danish Hygge in your life. Hygge (pronounced hooga) translates as cosiness but is so much more than that, it’s about embracing the season and finding warmth in every situation. The Danes are …