World leaders are in New York for a UN summit on the climate crisis.
Sunday is a march to demand that this time, they actually do something.
There are events happening all over the world. Here’s a map to check if something’s going on where you live:
See you there.
in the realm of the avant-garde, sphinxes are better company than school-teachers.
Carl Gustav Jung. Red Book (Liber Novus). 1914-1930.
The first words of Carl Gustav Jung’s Red Book are “The way of what is to come.” What follows is 16 years of the psychoanalyst’s dive into the unconscious mind, a challenge to what he considered Sigmund Frued’s - his former mentor’s - isolated world view. Far from a simple narrative, the Red Book is Jung’s voyage of discovery into his deepest self. -Karen Michel, NPR.
Jung had a bookbinder make an enormous volume covered in red leather into which he poured these explorations into himself - 205 pages of written text and illustrations, all in his hand, including psychedelic drawings of mythical characters of his dreams and waking fantasies - explorations that Jung feared would make people think him mad. So he kept it secret, and for 50 years following his death in 1961, the book was locked away in a Swiss bank vault, completely unknown to the world.