“Love is the only sane and satisfactory answer to the problem of human existence.” ― Erich Fromm
Talent and giftedness are traps. Worrying about whether we have talent or a gift when we’re young diverts us from doing the work. Seeing ourselves as talented or gifted when we’re more seasoned sets us up to be victims, “Why isn’t the world coming to me if I’m so talented?”
Now that I'm a woman who can bring home some sort of bacon, I want what I've decided to call, Wit Lit.
Check out Penelope's first guest blogging gig--a book review. Visit the The Bluestocking Guide, the book blog of Brooke Bonett, an attorney and avid reader. Penelope discusses how the similarities and differences of two popular books, Sophie Kinsella's The Undomestic Goddess, and Richard Yates' Revolutionary Road, reflect a fundamental reader and cultural choice. There is... Continue Reading →