Thursday, May 26, 2011

Soul searches always for its sense of "home"

Carol Gregor describes the influence Thomas Moore has on her explorations of architecture. She writes, "In the 90's, Thomas Moore wrote a book that changed my life called, Care of the Soul. I had had no idea that the soul was different than the spirit and no way of knowing Tom would become a guide and mentor for me. It was a long time ago and as I kept researching this idea of soul, and many of Tom's words resonated around this idea of Home. So much so he is featured in my film called, It's About Home."

She invites all to a screening at Urban Re Think, Orlando, Florida, Sunday, 5 June 2011 at 7 p.m.

Gregor suggests, "It appears the soul is about ordinary life. Our physical life and all the things that support life and wellness are part of the soul. The other parts that are important are the need for beauty and magic. These are soulful qualities. According to Tom, the soul needs home more than anything else. This is where our paths meet and our thoughts merge."