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Meccanica Quantistica: il gatto di Schrödinger e l’indeterminazione di Heisenberg

Book Spotlight: Dreams On My Pillow by Irina Dimitric

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Book Spotlight: Dreams On My Pillow by Irina Dimitric

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Poetry Book Dreams On My Pillow Reading Dreams On My Pillow by Irina Dimitric on my Tablet. Photo: Poetic Parfait.

Hello everyone, hope you are having a great day! Today I am spotlighting the book Dreams On My Pillow by Irina Dimitric. It is a book of poetry that is certainly worthy of the mention here.

In Dreams On My Pillow, writer Irina Dimitric shares a collection of 39 poems that evoke many emotions. Some make me laugh (yes, I have reread them more than once), others speak of love, and there are beautiful poems about nature too.

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To Writers Who Struggle with Self-Compassion #1000Speak

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To Writers Who Struggle with Self-Compassion #1000Speak

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1000 voices speak up for compassion The #1000Speak for Compassion movement is here, February 20, 2015.

I am proud to take part in the #1000Speakmovement for compassion and here is my contribution with this post. I thought about what to write and then got hard on myself, judging whether the concept I came up with would ultimately meet readers’ expectations. Then I thought of this Faulkner quote:

The work never matches the dream of perfection the artist has to start with. ~William Faulkner

Okay, well, now that’s a little depressing, isn’t it? I mean, if we can never make the idea as perfect in written form as it is in our minds then why bother? Aha, but isn’t is so worth trying to get out to the reader those amazing ideas, to try, to ponder them, to meld them into words? Isn’t that a wonderful challenge to take on?

I think so. If I didn’t…

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