Greetings all. My name is Jeremiah, and I am the writer. That’s my son and I you see above. 🙂
Anyway… You’ve found yourself within the Heartsphere.
This blog serves as my own conduit for expressing what I consider to be intimate thoughts, or forms of thought, based loosely on the concept of the Noosphere.
You will find a little bit of everything here, but mostly a bunch of swirling thoughts with endearing intentions. I’m not concerned if anyone else ever reads these pages but me, but of course all are welcome here to comment and read as they wish.
Additionally, though I try to continue to write on this blog regularly, I’ve taken to writing on Medium much more frequently. If you’d like to follow my work there where I post Monday through Friday, you can link to it here:
A little about me:
I write for a living as a copywriter and also work as an artist. I’m a master mixologist by trade, an avid traveler, and have also spent nearly twenty years in the hospitality industry. Though I’m more internally focused on the intimate and powerful nature of the heart, when I’m not working for other winsome creatives or out “in the world,” I enjoy exploring a broader range of elusive and often overlooked concepts through conversations, intimations and affirmations with the Heartmind.
More importantly, with this blog I hope to illustrate nuance, and inspire the development and awareness of a truly divine space that lives silently within us all; the bond that exists between the heart and the mind.
As with my previous blog, Knowthesphere, the heart of this blog lives to serve as a voice; a voice in the promotion of inspiration, hope, love and compassion that exists when we fully attune to our heartmind, our heartsphere.
Hopefully you’ll find all of those wonderful things here. 🙂
I must also mention that my first book Sphere(s) was written seemingly out of chance by writing on my first blog, and with the help of its many contributing followers; followers and friends whose comments I’ve both acknowledged and learned from along the way. Again, I thank all for their contributions.
Thank you for visiting. With so many brilliant and creative minds in the world, I’m happy to be a part of such wonderful company here.
Godspeed as you seek.