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I wanted to share this passage I wrote about Anthony Bourdain as we all prepare to transition from the holiday madness to the quiet reflection of midwinter. The new year is about new beginnings, yes — but it’s also a good opportunity to slow down, go inward and see what we can learn from the past 12 months.
In an era where we use apps to shop for people, live for “likes” and craft realities in digital domains, how are we to find real connections? By gathering the tribe around food, drink and shared interests.
When you travel, you must walk. And when you walk, you will find the divine.
I went to Paris with my mother to listen and receive; to let pain and feelings come and go like clouds passing across the sky; to look for the divine feminine in the great works of creative expression and the beauty of the city itself, rather than seeking refuge in the unhealed masculine, as I had so many times before.