I’ve always loved space and science, which weave themselves into much of my poetry. I fully admit there’s a lot I don’t know about each—and I’m okay with that—though every time I dive into a book, podcast, lecture, etc., I often fall in love with the topic du jour and feel inspired to explore more. I liken it to my daily ritual of viewing the night sky. I head out when the stars become visible, watch the moon rise, study the constellations, and wait for a falling star…
Spending consistent intervals of time on a project is how things get accomplished. It’s not rocket science, but it does relate to physics and how we can all live our best lives. Creating a healthy diet requires repeating the same thing over and over again. It develops discipline and habits that keep us well. Everyone wants to feel good!
I’m always looking for the creative spark. Always. – Jimmy Page
We all bring something unique to the table. Our proud roots, the books we read, our education and various enrichment throughout our lives fill us with knowledge. We develop a creative sparkle and keep adding to it. We never stop learning. Like sponges, we soak up various facts and experiences that pique our interests.
When you feel really good, you’re almost afraid to talk about it, like you’ll jinx it. It takes great effort to maintain wellness, and you cherish this place with a strong reverence.
Health is sacred. There are so many souls—both with and without food-related illnesses—that don’t feel well.
Artistic scientist, scientific artist, or both? How an artist or a photographer sees a flower, and how a scientist sees a flower, do not have to be separate. There’s no right or wrong. Everyone feels art and sees science in different ways. The science of art—or, if you prefer, the art of science—are both a means of investigation, observation and exploration. The two naturally overlap and cannot exist without each other.
It’s subjective, not objective. It’s not only one perspective, but many forms from unique visions and minds of people that surround us.