Link Love: What We're Inspired By This Week
This November, we'll be giving Link Love a little makeover, sans mascara. In honor of four whole weeks of Create Discover + Inspire, we'll be gathering together some of Sakara HQ's favorite ideas, people, places, and things that are inspiring every pillar of our lives throughout the week. Here's what we've got going on in week one…
“Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too."
Change the chemistry of your brain (for the better) while soothing the soul and working away. The sounds of Tom Kenyon, one of the most respected sound healers in the world, is helping to bring out all our inner creativity, and leave behind any nonsense mind-chatter.
Not the NYC coffee shop chain... we're talking about the Swedish concept of afternoon coffee-and-a-sweet-snack break with friends. The Swedish lifestyle is inspiring us to spend computer breaks with people we adore in a light filled space.
Gaga’s speech upon receiving an award from the Americans for the Arts inspired this article, which in turn, inspired us, which in turn, we hope will inspire you. “I suppose that I didn’t know what I would become, but I always wanted to be extremely brave and I wanted to be a constant reminder to the universe of what passion looks like. What it sounds like. What it feels like.”
HELEN LEVI CERAMICS
Drinking out of Brooklyn based artist Helen Christgau Levi’s ceramics is like a meditation - they take conscious eating to a new level. She creates some of the most unique pieces we have yet to warm our extremities around.
In this podcast with Cowspiracy makers Kip Andersen + Keegan Kuhn, we were moved - yet again - to take conscious action to preserve our Earth, one bite of plant-power at a time. “Animal agriculture is one of the largest industries on the planet, with the biggest environmental impact. And they are trying to keep us in the dark about how they are operating…”
So Sakaralites, what's inspiring you this week?