We: Understanding the Psychology of Romantic Love by Robert A. Johnsonthis book made me re-think about what love, relationships and companionship mean. He mentioned stirring the oatmeal as a metaphor of human love, and it is absolutely true.
Heres my favourite part of the book :
“Many years ago a wise friend gave me a name for human love. She called it ‘stirring-the-oatmeal” love… Stirring oatmeal is a humble act—not exciting or thrilling. But it symbolizes a relatedness that brings love down to earth. It represents a willingness to share ordinary human life, to find meaning in the simple, unromantic tasks: earning a living, living within a budget, putting out the garbage, feeding the baby in the middle of the night. To ‘stir the oatmeal’ means to find the relatedness, the value, even the beauty, in simple and ordinary things, not to eternally demand a cosmic drama, an entertainment, or an extraordinary intensity in everything.” (p. 195)
Nikola Tesla is the inventor and scientist who made it possible for us all to use the electricity in our homes and buildings. After emigrating from Europe and becoming a naturalized American citizen in , Tesla lived mostly in New York City. He had several laboratories in the city, plus worked in Pittsburgh and had a laboratory in Colorado Springs. But his final lab was Wardenclyffe. It was here that he attempted to bring wireless communication and power to the world.
When Clive decides to stage a breakdown so Santi can "save the day", This movie was an underwhelming, chaotic blend of several different movies. I'm going to break down several of the different elements of the movie and why they either worked or really did not work. I'll start with the villain: Thanos, as a whole, is a pretty good villain. He is intimidating and the movie gave him a good script.
The Oatmeal is a webcomic and humor website created in by cartoonist Matthew Boyd Inman born September 24, , and himself sometimes referred to as the Oatmeal. Inman, who lives in Seattle , updates his site with original comics, quizzes, and occasional articles.
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