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Katie M. Little

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Sydney, Australia



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April 2015

Katie M Little is a writer, comedian and stage mother - her work has been published in Adbusters, her style compared to memoirist heavyweight Clive James, and acclaimed philosopher Daniel Pinchbeck once commended her blog as ‘similar to my own thinking’.

She writes about the precarious mental balancing act of living in the Anthropocene and promises after reading her stuff, ‘you’ll start to feel better about life, either that or you won’t feel quite so alone’. She uses black humour to cut through people’s preconceived ideas and loves challenging accepted norms of behaviour.

Katie lives in Hunters Hill, Sydney, Australia with her three children – Tom Poulton, La La and Hunter and is grateful they are nearly all old enough to understand sarcasm.

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Anne Morrow Lindbergh
“I want first of all... to be at peace with myself. I want a singleness of eye, a purity of intention, a central core to my life that will enable me to carry out these obligations and activities as well as I can. I want, in fact--to borrow from the language of the saints--to live "in grace" as much of the time as possible. I am not using this term in a strictly theological sense. By grace I mean an inner harmony, essentially spiritual, which can be translated into outward harmony. I am seeking perhaps what Socrates asked for in the prayer from the Phaedrus when he said, "May the outward and inward man be one." I would like to achieve a state of inner spiritual grace from which I could function and give as I was meant to in the eye of God.”
Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Gift from the Sea

Anne Morrow Lindbergh
“Woman must come of age by herself...
She must find her true center alone.”
Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Gift from the Sea

Anne Morrow Lindbergh
“Love does not consist in gazing at each other (one perfect sunrise gazing at another!) but in looking outward together in the same direction.”
Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Gift from the Sea

Anne Morrow Lindbergh
“But the bond—the bond of romantic love is something else. It has so little to do with propinquity or habit or space or time or life itself. It leaps across all of them, like a rainbow—or a glance.”
Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Gift from the Sea

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