Julia Cameron is no stranger to this blog… or to me. The Artist’s Way is a classic, and so is Cameron.
The Prosperous Heart is about something entirely different. And not. You’ll see.
Let me begin by answering why I asked the question in my title. See, every time I saw the title of this book, I thought it said phosphorus.
“Okay,” you may be saying… “Why?”
Well, let’s begin with Google’s answer to, “What does phosphorus mean?”
phos·pho·rus/ˈfäsf(ə)rəs/ Learn to pronounce
- the chemical element of atomic number 15, a poisonous, combustible nonmetal which exists in two common allotropic forms,white phosphorus, a yellowish waxy solid which ignites spontaneously in air and glows in the dark, andred phosphorus, a less reactive form used in making matches.
“Ah, yes. I knew that,” I hear you saying. “Um. And?”
Here’s what I find humorous about it… see……
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