Category Archives: desire

When Space & Time Open

(Click on the photograph to expand…) This photo is from the Facebook page of a Friend-of-a-Friend, taken by James Smith. You could call it ‘Apples in Winter’, or maybe ‘Candy for the Soul’, dessert for the eyes… What particularly struck … Continue reading

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The Self Takes Us Over

I’ve been challenging myself, that is, saying ‘no’ to different things I want — to see how that feels.  The obvious thing I noticed was that giving in to the desire, or saying ‘yes’ to it happened only once, but … Continue reading

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Self, Subject, Desire & Intimacy

Dear Peter, and All, Jack wrote: “The self is always busy constructing its world: assigning meanings and telling stories. But none of this works if the self is not somehow in charge of reality.” And the text very nicely says, … Continue reading

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