Monthly Archives: November 2015

Gratefulness

In a year marked by images of families displaced by war and a little boy washed up on a Turkish beach, pause to be grateful for the precious things in life; those glorious obscurities we take for granted, like freedom, drinking water, ample food, shelter and … Continue reading

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Let There Be Light

“… love of life begets a love of life.” – Natalia Ginzburg In a time of darkness… Let there be light!  

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Inspired by Vincent’s Shoes

“Writing novels, to me, is basically a kind of manual labor. Writing itself is mental labor, but finishing an entire book is closer to manual labor.” – Haruki Murakami Van Gogh’s Pair of Shoes struck me the moment I saw it several … Continue reading

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Quotes For The Road

“Every child is born an artist. The problems begin when they grow up.” – Picasso “The creative adult is the child who has survived.” – Ursula K. Le Guin “After changes upon changes we are more or less the same.” … Continue reading

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