Rashin D'Angelo on October 5th, 2009

Even after all this time The sun never says to the earth, “You owe me.” Look what happens with a Love like that! —It lights the whole Sky. (Hafez) In the Persian culture, everything is encompassed by love, or eshgh, deriving from the Arabic ishq. Icons such as Rumi and Hafez represent the ever-present passion […]

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Rashin D'Angelo on June 5th, 2009

Image by *lynne* via Flickr Having gone through a recent divorce, the idea of marriage, or more the failure of mine, has been a constant on my mind. I have spent many days and sleepless nights overanalyzing my projections, relationship style, childhood drama, etc., etc.  After diagnosing myself with a few different personality disorders, I […]

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Rashin D'Angelo on January 21st, 2009

Image by m-c via Flickr Like many others in the country, I was glued to the television on Tuesday morning watching the historical moment of President Obama’s inauguration as the 44th president. Viewing the crowd in DC, awaiting this significant moment in the history of our nation, I felt overwhelmed with emotion: joy for the […]

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Brenda Murrow on January 12th, 2009

One of the ways we learn about custom is through the fairy tales our caregivers tell us. Stories that are carried through the ages have messages in them that are important for our development. Through the lens of depth psychology, we often learn about what is important to a culture by studying the stories that […]

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