It’s very interesting how the interviewer put the accent on the fact that Jean Seberg doesn’t take any psychologist. She is in her 20s and just divorced. Jean Seberg: “I am more Parisian than Hollywoodian Psychoanalyzed girl.” Interviewer: “I can tell.” Except she is found dead suicidal for barbiturates at age of 40 in a street of Paris. Continue reading Jean Seberg and the fatigue.
Amazing speech. Terrific message, well, reality is scary. Let’s understand what’s wrong with the new generation. And let’s help them (us) finding more balance. Continue reading Dopamine and Stress Anxiety. Instagratification.
Originally posted on to work as a sculptor:
“Triton Babies” in the Boston Public Garden Anna Coleman Watts Ladd (1878 – 1939) was an American sculptor in the Boston area who devoted her time throughout World War I to soldiers who were disfigured. Anna Coleman Watts was born in Philadelphia and educated in Europe, where she studied sculpture in Paris and Rome. She moved to Boston in 1905 when she married Dr. Maynard Ladd, and there studied with Bela Pratt for three years at the Boston Museum School. “Triton Babies” (shown here, now a fountain in Boston’s Public Garden) was… Continue reading Anna Coleman Ladd, dignity and face masks.
Yes, be brave. It’s worse than you can imagine, but it works. So, here I am to witness the power of garlic as a natural antibiotic. You see, part of this blog is dedicated to ayurvedic/holistic impact of natural remedies on my health. And perhaps, yours, for a change. My gum diseases, if you were wondering, are back after regular antibiotics, and eventually it got worse after a week. This time, I won’t give it up. And I am becoming quite experienced on oral hygiene basics. Sure, it is not sexy. Not even a little bit. Especially, this afternoon, after keeping chewing garlic on … Continue reading Garlic — a Natural Antibiotic?