Here's a few new favorite things:
"How can I help?" and "Buddha's Brain" are 2 I've loved
Also, everything by Mark Epstein, starting with "Thoughts without a
I just finished "State of Wonder" by Ann Patchett and I loved it!
For anyone looking for an uber literate suspense novel, you'll love
Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes and Ezra Klein, Matt Nathanson and Jason
Here's some of my favorite music, in no particular order
Joni Mitchell, Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne, Paul Simon, Chaka
Kahn, Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, Jonatha Brooke, Johnny Mercer,
Harold Arlen, Barbara Striesand, The Carpenters, Joe Raposo, Paul
Williams, Jimmy Webb, Glen Campbell...
I love Cormac McCarthy, Dostoevsky, Rilke, Gladwell, John Fowles,
and I could go on, because I am an avid reader.
Rumi, Murakami, Ann Patchett, Phillip Roth. Anyone reading the new
Michael Ondaatje book, "The Cat's Table"?
I'm going to add 2 books on meditation I've found really
interesting, "Unlimiting Mind" by Andrew Olendzki and "Where you
go, there you are" by Jon Kabat-Zinn.
Has anyone been reading "Game of thrones"? I'm on the 3rd one, it's
great for anyone who loved the hobbit etc.
Let's see, movies I've loved
The Usual Suspects, Seven, Annie Hall, Brokeback Mountain, The
Fabulous Baker Boys, The Wrestler, Platoon
most of Hitchcock
I thought "Hannah and her sisters" was Woody Allen's most humane
and soulful film.
Christopher Walken, Mickey Rourke, Jeff Bridges, Robert Duvall,
old school, Marlon Brando, Marlon Brando, Marlon Brando, James
Dean, Marilyn Monroe (truly underrated).