My interior landscape stays pretty much the same. If you could change how your felt by where you went, it would be a very nice idea. Greece is the one place where you can. That blast of sunlight does it. It was the first place where I realized what the difference between north and south was. I was there two months and I was lying on a rock. I felt a little shiver. It was the last sliver of ice melting from inside a bone. I was finally warm.
Leonard Cohen’s Poems Court The Universe by Mary Campbell (AP: 1968). Photo of Hydra by Marie-louise Guillard. Originally posted July 10, 2013 at DrHGuy.com, a predecessor of Cohencentric