Monday, February 16, 2009

Elizabeth Gilbert

Thank you to Jena at Modish for sharing this TED lecture with Eat, Pray, Love's author, Elizabeth Gilbert. I relished that novel...and I am especially enamored with the author, even more so now after hearing her engaging talk about her idea that artists need to nurture their 'genius' and perhaps hand over some of the ownership of that genius to something greater than oneself...xo

4 comments:

Barbara Bechtel said...

THAT. made my whole day.

Room design studio said...

thanks for sharing this! it is so inspirational.. Im gonna post about it ! thanks alot!

ArtsyMama said...

Thank you for sharing this. I LOVED it!!! I'm Buddhist and this idea of "showing up" is central.
Thanks, Katie!!!!
Kari

Recycled Rita said...

Thanks Katie!
This is wonderful! I read her book and it is so great to hear her in person and what she says resonates into both my personal and professional life! Thank you!
karen...
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