Cary Grant on the problem with Divine Goddesses…and Katharine Hepburn on the Right Time to make your mind up about People.
I was just talking this over with a few friends at the Kitchen Next Door in downtown Boulder, today: the quest for imaginary perfection, or positivity (NY Times), or Spiritual Materialism…it lacks a sense of humor.
We can’t laugh at ourselves. We push away pain, we cling to pleasure. The gated communities of our hearts are closed, stiff upper lipped, and our lack of bravery sucks out any openness or empathy, and closes our hearts against true, real, alive happiness.
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