How Shakespeare Wrote The Greatest Stories? Negative Capability

How Shakespeare Wrote The Greatest Stories? Negative Capability
Encyclopaedia Britannica defines negative capability as: “… a writer’s ability, “which Shakespeare possessed so enormously,” to accept uncertainties, mysteries, doubts, without any irritable reaching after fact and reason.” This phrase was first used by John Keats in a letter to his brothers in 1817. Negative capability is the capacity to embrace mystery. To be still and observe or reflect before... Read More

Do you have a plan for dealing with “festive stress?”

Do you have a plan for dealing with “festive stress?”
If you’re feeling a little stressed out by the special demands of the holiday season, you’re not alone. A study conducted by Slumber Cloud has found that one in three Americans is set to endure ‘Festive Burnout’ before December 25th. The fascinating new statistic emerged in a study of 2,000 Americans, which also revealed that 68 percent of Americans also consider... Read More