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When human’s
Can learn not to ignore
But learn from within
The meanings of
Their own mortal minded illusions
They may find pure meaning in Life -

With Truth and Love -
From within
By their God’s way.

- C J Lewis, 4th September, 2000

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- C J Lewis, 4th September, 2000

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c j lewis artist, illusions, love, otherwriting, philosophy, truth

1975-‘78 Worked at Phillip Baxter Photographic Studios.
1978 Studied Fine Art at East Sydney Technical Collage (now National Arts School).
1980-1984 worked at EMI Studios 301 recording studios – I also write lyrics & compose music.
Many solo & group exhibitions over the years.
1995 won Highly Commended award from BMCAC.
Poetry awards from Int’l Library of Poetry & works published.
Works in private collections worldwide.
Lived, worked & studied internationally from 1978-’87.

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  • ariyahjoseph
    ariyahjosephover 5 years ago

    sometimes one is able to put aside ones mortal minded illusions

  • Glad to hear that…trick is to sustain the presence of just being without getting caught up in the tempations life throws at us ie: anger, greed, wants, taking what the media puts out to heart…just have to learn to surrender to the fact what is…is as is…for the moment it is…without resistance. Self-control is a big part of self-discipline…and we can only discipline one’s self as that is all we really have to discipline…each to their own…as the saying goes :)

    Thanks for your comment ariyahjoseph. Appreciated.

    – C J Lewis

  • Larasolnishko
    Larasolnishkoalmost 5 years ago

    how to do that? how to discipline ourself?

  • How to discipline ourself? By paying attention to our self .. watching our own reactions, our own emotions … example: if yelling at someone for some reason then to stop & realise we are yelling and question our self as to why then by learning to be observant of self one can also learn to control that self … all change takes place with our self before it can take change in the world at large :) Meditation is also good for learning control as it settles the emotions down, clears the mind of unnecessary thought (which a lot of thought is, or can be) and teaches to slow down … a lot of people think and react before considering the outcome … that can lead them into trouble :)

    – C J Lewis

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