Category Archives: musings

Coming Back to Life…

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“The Highest Goal of Life is to Inquire and Create”

I always find it a pleasure to listen to some of the smartest people I know in their wisdom years, to find what they have learned over the course of a life well lived.  As a former educator, I was … Continue reading

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Gray Gravitas

I have recently decided to stop coloring my hair at the age of 62. Rather than wanting to look younger…I want to look as I am. Many within my circle have tried to convince me to stay “blonde.” They have, … Continue reading

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John, angel of the desert

I cannot look into the eyes of an icon for weeks at a time without forming a personal, loving relationship with the source of that image.  In this case John the Baptist.  If I were to play a game and … Continue reading

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We Live In the Negative Space…

  Erasing yet another area that needed redoing on an icon I realized another universal pervasive law of the universe that is replicated across all disciplines. Quantum physics has already labeled this phenomenon as “negative space”. That is, we are … Continue reading

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