The Sacred Void in Zen: A Creative Approach to Existence

The Sacred Void in Zen: A Creative …

In the West, the concept of emptiness often evokes a sense of absence, lack, or nothingness. However, in Zen and Eastern philosophies, emptiness is far from being a simple absence: it is fertile, it is the matrix from which life…

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Blossom: Artistic Evolution for Managers

Blossom: Artistic Evolution for Managers

Are you feeling like you’re at a crucial crossroads in your life? Are you experiencing a profound crisis, longing to start anew with yourself and your image? Have you tried other approaches only to find yourself unchanged? If so, consider…

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With a bit more intelligence I would quit

With a bit more intelligence I would …

“With a bit more intelligence, I would quit..” Or the unique and marvelous paradox of the artist’s work. “With a bit more intelligence, I would quit..” a phrase uttered by the artist in the interview with Giacometti when this great…

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Tangerine and me

Tangerine and me

Or, my exhausting search for the color “tangerine,” mandarin orange, in the ceramic field at the defined temperature of cone 10, for those in the field, the mythical “high fire” around 1300 °C. Tangerine is a shade of orange that…

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the imaginative language of fairy tales

the imaginative language of fairy tales

Once upon a time… These opening words have the power to transport us to magical worlds and enchanted places, making us dream like children or, for some of us, still captivated by the call of the marvelous ‘Once upon a…

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