On Writing, by Natalie Goldberg

Meeting the Chinese in St. Paul: Rhino Hits the Midwest By Natalie Goldberg A season devoted to the koans of the ancient Chinese Masters gave Natalie Goldberg a taste for the stripped-down, naked truth of things. As she searched Minnesota for an elusive rhinoceros, a simple truth revealed itself: I’m broken and I’m free. AsContinue reading “On Writing, by Natalie Goldberg”

Pico Iyer on Writing

Writing Undoes Me By Pico Iyer http://www.geoex.com/blog/2012/10/conversation-pico-iyer “To give oneself over to the objective business of writing,” says Pico Iyer, “is to see how subjective the whole business of the self and writing is.” To write is to step away from the clamor of the world, to take a deep breath and then, slowly andContinue reading “Pico Iyer on Writing”