Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world.
Blog article at Inner Circle:
I was tickled pink to wander across this recent interview with my good friend and author of Day for Night – Stacey E. Bryan. Few other ‘blog guests’ spots I have found as witty and engaging as what Stacey unpacks about herself here. Her backflip as a youngster from a friend’s fence (see inset photo) was the bee’s knees! You can check out Stacey’s blog Laughter Over Tears here.
My name’s Stacey but everyone calls me Oaks after the place where I grew up in the San Fernando Valley in L.A., Sherman Oaks. That’s not true. I just made that up. I am from The Valley, but I don’t have a cool nickname, although I’ve always wished I had a man’s name. Carson. Wyatt. Levi. Reed. From here on out, please call me Levi.
My last blog entry was a few paragraphs from David Foster Wallace’s “The Pale King” that involved a lot of dreamy, flowing words that I thought would instill a sense of quiet in those who read it, maybe diminishing all our coronavirus worries and concerns for a few moments at least. ..….…(Read entire article).
Video Interview excerpt at Rebel Wisdom:
Psychologist and professor Jordan Peterson shared on a former film “‘Mysticism, Spirit and the Shadow” his insights on how to defeat evil. This clip is from “‘Mysticism, Spirit and the Shadow”.…Watch entire interview excerpt
Poem at Intellectual Shaman:
is not enough
and when I make things bigger
I can’t ride the wave
Everybody wants some
until the fall
So, we must believe
there is an angel inside….(Read Entire Poem)
Any aficionado of the music of Bob Dylan should get their kicks from this massive resource site. I only stumbled across it when they linked one of my music articles about Bob to their resource links.
The objective of The Bob Dylan Project is to list every recording of every song sung or written by Bob Dylan and to provide direct links to the actual recordings. In addition the project provides direct links to other notable versions of each song available on YouTube or other streaming services….We are now at 200 Albums, 1,500 Songs, 5,000 Artists, 10,000 versions and 70,000 links to Bob Dylan related music! ..…(View web site)