Frisson-style goosebumps, reading deeply, the Sopranos, and more
Seven links to worthwhile thin(g/k)s
Hello dear reader,
I am knee-deep in travel planning as I am headed back to NYC in less than two weeks (ah, autumn in New York!), and I cannot emphasize enough how nice it is to be in sweet anticipation of things; where exactly the anticipation stems from matters not. It’s to what extent you allow your heart to flutter that makes life special. So whether it’s a trip or a cup of early morning coffee, here’s to us relishing the in-between points. As Quincy Jones said of his work on Thriller, simply do what gives you goosebumps ;) Let there be, as the French say, frisson!
And with that said, here are seven links to bits of the world I have been exploring this week, shared with the hope that you will find them to be an inspiring springboard for deeper thinking.
Update on #ReadingRaskolnikov / Crime and Punishment book notes
Jeanette Winterson on Virginia Woolf (and, I was absolutely blown away by Keira Knightley’s elegance)
Until next time! I hope you are enjoying the coziness of October.
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