The idea of a universal language is praiseworthy but not without drawbacks—including the potential loss of meaning drawn from common human experience in the deep past.
File these thoughts under “Why Life is Perpetual Surprise” or “How to Dislodge Your Mind and Get Back to Creating When It Seems Like the World (and Your Story) Is Already Completely Known.”
On July 13, 2015, friends and colleagues of longtime Chicago Dramatists artistic director Russ Tutterow came together at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago to honor him in testimony and song.
When Irene Salinger was a teenager, she spent the summers in the country, where her neighbor was Albert Einstein. Einstein loved to sail and would take her with him on the water, where he shared with her the secrets of living an interesting and productive life.
Whether in science or in writing, the pleasure that results from any revelation is amplified according to its reach. But just as thrilling as the revelation itself is confirmation from testing that it holds true.