I am 65 years old: Living in the United States. My wife and I enjoy painting, music (opera in particular), along with literature. We always look forward to spending time here with the many fine artists of RedBubble.
It’s a book! 2.3 ounces of sheer delight. If you love classic fantasy, witches and demons, with a host of other fantastical characters, my book “Land of Beginnings” will delight you from start to thrilling finish. Not for children though, for the epic battles are pretty gory—more Lord of The Rings than Disney.
1: “Children do have a way of bringing us back into focus, usually throwing a slow curve that ends up being a strike to the heart of the matter. Some large lessons of love have come to me from much smaller sizes than myself.”
4: “The all-seeing eye of the heart if allowed to open will always see love first.”
6: “Often the novice lets sex get in the way of love.”
12: “If I have learned anything from life, it is that I know nothing; and the mystery of my journey is to douse the lesser-ego with incendiary making ready for Divine spark.”
14: “If it makes me uncomfortable, it is wrong. What is right never makes one uncomfortable, not even to motivate us to change. God’s change is love.”
I am pleased to have collaborated with Linaji. Her photo and my writing for Arti Reborn was a joyful experience. For her other works and writings go to:Linaji
I share wings with you
The air that lifts them
And I pray
A sky of all embrace
Come to Lina’s Solo Exhibition
Input pro and con welcome—but no cursing thank you. “I laugh at (not disrespectfully) man-made Global Warming alarmists. Mother Nature conceived in advance all that she has created and put on this earth. There are no surprises for her—and even air pollution is part of her plan. In fact, she is a polluter herself, with the myriad of species and their rabbit-like proliferation, ever evo…
For sure, the spirit of Christmas is often lost to material things. I went to visit a friend in an up-scale neighborhood. Lights everywhere, giant Santa—the biggest, bet mine is larger, displays of size and glitter beyond imagination…but not one Nativity. Just put mine out on the lawn this morning. No artificial light, but still inherent with illuminating, after 2000 years, for those who would di…
I have met people greatly admired—my thinking, they had done mountains of good in the world despite overwhelming obstacles—to have them tell me, they have done nothing. Now, nearer the end of my journey, looking back, I realize the human impulse to doubt. It is not for us to judge, but to hang-in-tough, trusting in greater love and wisdom than our own.
While searching the net I found a Christmas story of mine that someone took a great deal of time to present. I was overwhelmed to think someone would like a story of mine this much. If you have time, please visit: The Angel Who Lost Her Tree. http://www.share-christmas.com/stories/lost-tree/