Word Paint

I am an artist I may not provide you the physical art to possess; yet I shall leave you my words to digest Consume them, let each one illustrate, dance upon your soul, wittily Caress my soul, because now you know me Every inch of my conscience, inscribed upon pages I, an exhibit on display […]

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Wisdom from Fyodor Dostoevsky

Fyodor gives us a  clue in the word meaningful when he describes “work” furthermore when he states “lose their reason for existence” he reveals the depth of his statement. So many people are employed or working for wages; yet hate their jobs. They are going as Fyodor says “stark raving mad.”  Could you imagine the destitution of […]

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To London with Love

There is an ecstasy that marks the summit of life, and beyond which life cannot rise. And such is the paradox of living, this ecstasy comes when one is most alive, and it comes as a complete forgetfulness that one is alive. ~ Jack London Ecstasy, from the Greek Ekstasis, meaning ‘standing outside oneself.’ The […]

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Twain Thoughts

Ah but what is courage?  For without fear one would never know.  Words are a way to convey emotions, without words, feelings or knowledge of them would be void. Courage is not the absence of fear! The word courage originated with the thought of the heart. The heart is considered the seat of emotions, thus […]

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Oh Edgar

For what is it to dream?  Poe brilliantly uses these words as a comparison, both completely reliant upon the other; disastrous apart. Perhaps, a paradox of sorts.  To dream by day  Setting goals or reaching for a destination of hope while being completely aware in a fully conscious state. One is in control, focused with […]

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