I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.
This is something I like to do to special people in my life. The names always seem to come to me in strange times. Pretty much one of my favorite things to do. Adds a lot of mysticism to people's personalities. Also a great indicator to anyones true feelings towards someone else. Try it if you'd like. I'd like to hear if you guys thought up anything for yourselves or the people close to you.
The color of my eyes: Sea Green. This is really my eye color. They… Read More
Posted on November 29, 2008 at 12:00am — 2 Comments
When my son began his routine vaccination series at age 2 months, I did not know there were any risks associated with immunizations. But the clinic's literature contained a contradiction: the chances of a serious adverse reaction to the DPT vaccine were 1 in 1750, while his chances of dying from pertussis each year were 1… Read More
Your post here on vaccines is very good. I have been accumulating info on vaccines for a few years and I generally tell people that no one could pay me enough money to get a vaccine, simply because they are dangerous...though the medical industry, through subterfuge, tells us just the opposite. Not enough people are aware of this information unfortunately.
It must be new work? I had wondered what your work might look like, not knowing you very well. From years of teaching art, I think you're going more deeply to find images, letting more over the threshold from the unconscious. There is also similarity w/ outsider art of the insane and art "inspired" by hallucinogenics.
I also like to take detail shots. Sometimes better than the whole painting, I think, or at least easier to focus on fewer elements since my (former) work tended towards complexity.
I'm hoping you'll go so far as to post your painting photos on the Art, Consciousness, and Spirituality discussion (blog?). You don't even have to write anything. The painting speaks for you. I'd really like more images on there since words (except maybe poetry) can say as much as visual art.