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Mindfulness: Another Take

Do one thing at a time — Watch out, pay attention — There are as many ways to define mindfulness and meditation as there are people who

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An Artist’s Sorrows —

“Patrick Henry Bruce was one of the early and most ardent Matisse pupils and soon he made little Matisses, but he was not happy. In explaining his unhappiness he told Gertrude Stein, they talk about the sorrows of great artists, … Continue reading

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Show Me Your Original Face —

If I make the lashes dark And the eyes more bright And the lips more scarlet, Or ask if all be right From mirror after mirror, No vanity’s displayed: I’m looking for the face I had Before the world was … Continue reading

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Sunday in the Park —-

“This is a world both real and unreal – a sacred world. We are often harried by life’s pressures and its speed, and many of us think at times: Stop the world, I want to get off! In this painting, … Continue reading

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Two Feet of Snow in New York City —

and here’s the evidence: The work of a whimsical unknown artist, posted on Facebook by cousin Ellyn — which is where I came upon it. Maybe the resulting smiles lightened some of the snowy load for overburdened New Yorkers, who … Continue reading

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