How extreme isolation warps the mind
When people are isolated from human contact, their mind can do some truly bizarre things, says Michael Bond. Why does this happen?
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All about my mother: the demons of Paula Rego – by her son
Nick Willing grew up feeling excluded by his mother’s passion for art. Now she has let him into her life for a brutally honest BBC film about the depression that almost killed her – and the self-portraits she made to survive
Loneliness: a silent plague that is hurting young people most
For young Britons, loneliness is an epidemic – and they are even more likely to fall victim to its insidious dangers than the elderly. Natalie Gil reports
News 28 April 2011
Wonderful news! One of my haiku, ‘Chrysalis,’ was highlighted in issue 17 of Haikuverse, in Melissa Allen’s Red Dragonfly. Honored indeed to be included alongside, well, I don’t even dare mention names… you have to go and read for yourselves. Melissa Allen’s blog is a must read if you are interested in Haiku, Haibun, Haiga…
Yohaku no bi: The Beauty of Empty Space — Seattle Japanese Garden
White spaces can be profoundly beautiful; full of mystery and promise, a reminder of the infinite potential that dwells within nature--and each of us.