Sep 16, 2014-- "Have you ever felt shivers on the back of your neck and goose bumps on your arms when you hear an idea that makes you want to follow it? Or felt as though something is laying a path for you? The sense that I have is that we live in a world that's constantly being swirled and encircled with ideas. Ideas are these non-embodied spirits that want nothing more than to be made manifest. And the only way they can be made manifest is in collaboration with a human being's labor." Far from being the tortured artist, novelist Elizabeth Gilbert writes stories stories in joyful partnership with the inspiration that enters her. In this interview, the author of "Eat, Pray, Love" speaks about Big Magic, dealing with fear, and living a life of passion. (21678 reads)
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Empathy is the most radical of human emotions.
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