A gentle and joyful invitation to intimacy and love towards ourselves by Saint Lucian poet Derek Walcott.
BY KATE TAGAI –
Love only needs an instant to unfurl, and no one knows this better than the mother of a child she only knew for a few days.
BY CYNDY CENDAGORTA
As her friend fell sick while she fell in love, she realized we don’t get to choose our miracles or our malignancies.
Rilke stresses the importance of work in relationship and cautions against the youthful fancy that romance is the domain of play and pleasure.
BY JOANN STEVELOS –
What happens when an abandoned child grows up and one day buries her estranged father
BY MATTHEW WILLIS –
What the stones at Kyoto’s Jishu Jinja shrine can teach us and warn us about love in our lives
BY JAMES SNOW
Falling in love with someone in a foreign city poses the question: is it the person or the place I’m really in love with?
Pursuing our vocations and allowing our children the space to develop their own, are, according to Natalia Ginzburg, paramount in raising healthy children and developing healthy relationships with them as they grow.
BY CHRIS JANSEN –
The default state of all intelligent human beings is confusion. And what if ‘living your truth’ is just flinging yourself into another delusion?
BY OCTAVIA ROSKO –
Modern romance isn’t Shakespearean declarations of unrequited love, it’s mostly people who just don’t text back.