Tag Archive | James Hillman

Eve’s Spare Rib: A New Year’s Feast (a poem)


Resolution Resolve Evolve Even Eve has ribs. Constricted Restricted Roasting roots have yearnings too. Allow images to appear without hindering Duty blocking structure, habit, tradition, moral imperative My acorn is growing hull cracking ribs roots stretching obstinate habits to breaking point Unhappiness so durably built Hard mortar, structurally sound archeologists of the future could chip […]

The Refuge of a Virtual Home


Hello readers, Home is something that has always meant a lot to me, mostly because I am not close to my parents, siblings, or extended family.  Connection to blood ties, to land, to traditions, to culture are all part of personal identity and to the aspects of life that make us feel important, safe, and […]

Intuition vs Tuition: Where Does Learning Come From?


Hello readers, I have been reading James Hillman’s “The Soul’s Code”, and I feel a great affinity for the concepts he espouses and explains.  His respect for the necessity of the invisible to give meaning to human life is really the backbone of my own quest in life. In “The Soul’s Code”, Hillman delves into […]