The photo above was taken by the talented, writer, musician, photographer, all around Renaissance mensch, David Clemmer, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, a few quiet days before Sandy, while he visited his folks in Wisconsin.
The poem arrived in my mail box today from
They are a great resource. And even have a Poem-a-Day widget.
Having just gotten safely through a Tsumani warning over the weekend. I feel all this is another reminder of the impermanence of life, and the importance of seeing, tasting, touching, smelling and hearing the beauty that is always available to us- here in “heaven’- whether it is the worst of times or the best, or both at the same time. Sending lots of light and prayers for safety to all of you wherever you may be, and especially to those family, friends, and readers effected by the storm.
” By replacing the eyes iris with a blue, cloud-filled sky in False Mirror, Magritte challenges us to question what we see and what we think we know. Is the sky a reflection of what the eye is seeing? Is the eye in fact an opening into another reality? Are we looking at an inner vision, or something else entirely? One thing is certain: Magritte’s The False Mirror is an invitation to look at the world differently.”
I love my Aromaland oil warmer. It is made in the USA and only costs $9.99!
This is my new Moleskin journal cover….made with water-soluble crayons, gesso, washi tape, and ephemera. It looks even better in person because you can see all the “imperfections”.
On the Path
It looks like something out of Alice and wonderland
“To find your own way is to follow your bliss. This involves analysis, watching yourself and seeing where real deep bliss is — not the quick little excitement , but the real deep, life-filling bliss.” – Joseph Campbell