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Elizabeth Gilbert on the Creative Process

By Pete Peterson

I stumbled onto this wonderfully engaging talk by Elizabeth Gilbert, author of the bestselling Eat, Pray, Love, that bears a lot of truth about how important it is to acknowledge that the source of our creative gifts are not always within us but without.  Anyone who writes, paints, sings, dances or otherwise engages in the mystery of sub-creation will appreciate what she has to say.

Elizabeth Gilbert on the Creative Process

By Pete Peterson

I stumbled onto this wonderfully engaging talk by Elizabeth Gilbert, author of the bestselling Eat, Pray, Love, that bears a lot of truth about how important it is to acknowledge that the source of our creative Read More ›

Stuff We Liked in 2017

By The Rabbit Room

We know we’re two weeks into 2018, but it takes some time to consider the mark a year leaves behind. We’ve finally gathered all our thoughts together, though, and here’s a look at the books, movies, TV, music, and some other stuff we in the Rabbit Room enjoyed the most in the past year. What were your favorites? Read More ›

Overcoming the Single Story with Community

By Cheryl Chastain

“The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.”  — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Read More ›

Smelling Flowers in the Dark

By Jennifer Trafton

I think we all have memories of finishing a favorite childhood book—of turning the final page and feeling as if we’ve lived a lifetime in the space between those two covers. We will never forget where we were the day Aslan came alive again, just as people never forget where they were when they heard that Read More ›