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The Well of Being

This week’s inspiring video: The Well of Being
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Dec 02, 2021
The Well of Being

The Well of Being

The Well of Being is an exquisite ‘children’s book for adults,’ one that encompasses the journey of life from the Big Bang, to this very moment that we find (or lose) ourselves in. Jean-Pierre Weill spent three years writing and illustrating this book about himself– and perhaps everyone. Playful and profound in its approach to the human condition, Weill’s words and whimsical drawings reveal the multiple ways in which we create narratives about ourselves and the world, and then proceed to confine ourselves within them. Why live in the cramped quarters of anxious self-doubt and unsettled expectation when there is a way out? All it takes is remembering. Remembering that we are already possessed of that which we seek, and that within us lies the unstinting well — of being. Watch and be enchanted by this gorgeous animated version of Weill’s timeless book.
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