I’ve been feeling fairly negative about things lately. It’s likely due to a combination of things going on in the world. Those things tend to be intruding on my consciousness at a greater frequency. I was looking back through old blog entries and I came across this post about transforming disgust.
The premise that I was referencing in the post was introduced to me by Austin Kleon, who has made it a practice to turn disgust into something positive. I do not doubt that this takes dedication, but it’s something that I would like to strive to do. As we approach Martin Luther King Jr. day, the same time of year that Kleon first posted about his method, this feels especially relevant.← Previous Parenting With Music Back to the subject of stagnant musical tastes and “music was better back then,” Ajay Kalia from Spotify writes about the music tastes of parents Next → The Power of Ceremony Anna Havron argues for the power of ceremony and ritual to change our mindset and behaviors in this piece. Those of us who attend liturgical