“"Winnicott, in his 1974 paper "Fear of Breakdown," suggests that the fear of future breakdown is really a displacement of a memory of an actual breakdown from the past into the future; this suggests that other fears and apprehensions, not only those related to breakdown, may also actually be memories that are not experienced as past events but as future possibilities." (p.148)”— Altman, N., Briggs, R., Frankel, J., Gensler, D. & Pantone, P. (2002). Relational child psychotherapy. New York: Other Press (via potentialspace)
“Although healthy persons communicate and enjoy communicating, the other fact is equally true, that each individual is an isolate, permanently non-communicating, permanently unknown, in fact, unfound … At the centre of each person is an incommunicado element, and this is sacred and most worthy of preservation.”—Winnicott, D.W. (1971a). Playing & Reality. New York: Basic Books. (via potentialspace)
New formula to focus better while reading and studying is under the test. Reading about Plausibility and Schrödinger’s cat have inspired me. mocksblog: thinking of you and hoping you’re doing well. Eid won’t be Eid without you..
Today is one of those remarkable days when you wake up at 5AM, workout for 24 minutes and go back to bed to wake up later at 8AM for work. Oh, it’s nice to be manager-less.
Today, I am a girl with big plans. But first I need to EAT.
Sabreen was a Palestinian band that ran from early 1980s and until 2002, featuring the vocals of Palestinian artist Kamilya Jubran كاميليا جبران. This song here is of a poem by late Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish محمود درويش. You can read its lyrics in English here.