I’ve never taken an official Rorschach test. I don’t really know anything about them other than the pop culture references that have been ever present throughout my life. I can’t even tell you if the Rorschach test is something that psychiatry finds particularly useful. I do know that, in spite of the fact that I own no Rorschach test kits, I love letting my imagination free on the random “Rorschachs” that I encounter. I find it is a very easy way to check on your current well-being. I haven’t scared myself yet. 😇 * If you want to know more about Rorschach tests, the Encyclopedia Britinnica offers a brief summary here.
Daily Archives: October 27, 2019
“At dinner I sat next to James Branch Cabell who asked me, Is Gertrude Stein serious? Desperately, I replied. That puts a different light on it, he said. For you, I said, not for me.” From What is Remembered by Alice B. Toklas Sunday Sentence: The sentence(s) that touched me this week, out of context and without commentary. Inspired by David Abrams at The Quivering Pen.