Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hugo’s Universe

Outside our kitchen window the wind blows away the yellow leaves from the tree and leaves but one on the tip of a branch. I think of the words by Victor Hugo, “I cannot look at a leaf on a … Continue reading

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Autumn’s Mystery

As long finger-length yellow leaves twirl, spin, float, and flutter to earth — are we watching a tree shed its skin? Or a flock of birds bursting out of a yellow cage? Tonight, we’ll shed our works, worries and laughter, … Continue reading

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Courage

Ann O’Shaugnessy of Heron Dance writes: “I believe real art, in whatever form it takes, is our essence revealed and expressed. And, to me, this act of courageously offering your essence can benefit the world regardless of the reception and … Continue reading

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