Drawing Dimension

The exercise was a tough one; pick a word and illustrate with it in mind.        I selected the word dimension. Curious, I looked it up. According to Webster the definition of dimension was a measure in a single line, as length, breadth, height, thickness, or circumference. I wondered what would happen if […]

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The rooster’s gift

Did you know? … In dreams, the Rooster is considered a time-keeper and is a sign of time passing in our lives. They say hearing a Rooster’s voice in our dreams may indicate we need a wake-up call, and need to pay attention to some circumstances ready for change. Better yet, they say seeing a […]

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anchors away

There is something alluringly inpenetrable about seafaring towns. Perhaps it is that air of  magic that comes with being so intimately entwined with the rhythms of nature, with death, the weather, and God, a breathing in and out of time, where days become years, and generations contract into a single moment. I delight in following […]

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a cup of kindness yet

In the years around 2000 BC, the Babylonian New Year began with the first New Moon (actually the first visible cresent) after the Vernal Equinox (the first day of spring). For most countries the official day of celebration is marked just 2 days away from today, on January 1st. It’s a symbol of renewal and […]

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Drawing Dimension

The exercise was a tough one; pick a word and illustrate with it in mind.        I selected the word dimension. Curious, I looked it up. According to Webster the definition of dimension was a measure in a single line, as length, breadth, height, thickness, or circumference. I wondered what would happen if […]

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Date: 09/09/09

A date is a measure of time. It’s a way to gauge where we are, where we’ve been and dream of where we’re going. Today is the ninth day of the ninth month in two thousand and nine and I’d bet a dollar (or two) that there are places in the world right now as you read […]

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