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- Hesse’s Siddhartha still inspires, in unexpected ways - Nearly 70 years after earning Herman Hesse the Pulitzer Prize for Literature, his novel Siddhartha continues to provide inspiration, in surprising ways and surprising places. Like in a maximum security Italian prison, and the mind of Billy Corgan.
- About.com takes on the pitfalls of positive thinking.
- “He also seems to have delved deeply into the Theosophists, and shared their fascination with the spirituality of Tibet. One result of this study, and Scelci’s apparent inner mental shift, was his determination to remove the egocentricity of the composer.” Read more about Giacinto Scelsi at Shambhala SunSpace.