If you haven’t read “The Signature of All Things“, you would most certainly have heard about it, or have already read a review or two somewhere.
I found Elizabeth Gilbert from her TEDTalk about the creative genius, and I loved what she said there.
So before I read the book and watch the film “Eat Love Pray” that made her so famous, I thought why not read her new book first?
My friend Walker says that my review has promoted him to read this book that he had initially thought was not for him.
Is there a God? What is the distinction between having and being? Maybe this book would evoke some thoughts about meaning in you. Here’s my review:
Have you been to a life drawing event or class? If not, you really should go to a few. I went to my first life drawing event last Sunday. It was great to have someone besides myself as the life model, and this time, some very hairy models – dogs! To the right is a [...] [...]
Have you ever found yourself swamped by everything and everyone else, and you’re left with no time for yourself? No time to do what you love. No time to pursue your own dreams… That’s exactly what’s been happening to me since the relocation from China (want to see my old Chinese studio? Here’s a short [...] [...]
My husband gave me this silk scarf for Valentines Day, which I now put on the chair because he says I am obliged to put it to use. First let’s be fair to him. He has gone through the trouble of asking a friend visiting Hangzhou, China, a city know for its silk, to buy [...] [...]
I didn’t tell you this, but I had a breakdown two weeks ago. A Mental Breakdown, or an emotional one (what’s the difference anyway if a definition doesn’t help with healing?). Since the relocation from China to Australia last December, I’ve barely had anytime to myself. All I’ve been doing around the clock since landing [...] [...]
I left the kids home with their dad, and went to visit the Art Gallery of NSW last Saturday by myself. What an inspiring day! Along with the Gallery’s permanent collection, I was fortunate to see the “America: Painting a Nation” exhibition. After treating myself with a roasted pumpkin sandwich, a cup of soy flat [...] [...]
I’m not talking about electric fans, but the hand fans from China and Japan. There’s much more to it than just as a mean to keeping cool. Understanding its symbolic meanings can lead to inspiration for home decoration, or baby shower gifts. Now shall we explore further? History of Hand Fan 1. The Japanese and [...] [...]