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phemeral balance of beauty, spirituality and ingenuity.
Someone (manyones) is approaching their
Saturn Return.
Discard pile.
Start again, grasshopper. Only this time, at the beginning.

An odd chapter in a bad novel.
The type of therapy where you must review all of your past tragedies
before you can get down to business.

You must study your brand of evil to be able to identify it.
Time and change...through natural causes we loose.
Brick walls they are there to show us how bad we want something.

Genius is eternal patience. -Michelangelo
Ephif-anys?

14 comments:

  1. Brick walls are a mere facade to those who are determined to gain that, which is within...

    And Titan is the smog moon?

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  2. Dobiamo continuare sempre. The artists life is one of complete faith... we are the lilies of the field... and beauty, hope, patience, joy in the mere existence of our spirits....siamo noi!

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  3. You must study your brand of evil to be able to identify it.

    Wow!!

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  4. I really like your previous post also ; )

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  5. I too, am with Willow on that line. And welcome to basstuna! Cheers Jayne!

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  6. Suppose you won't see what's evil unless you know how to identify it...

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  7. Rings are things... I like it!

    Your writing is thought provoking.

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  8. Does that work? Sometimes I feel my own examination turns to obsession.
    ...

    "I feel like a cartoon brick wall"

    - Michael Stipe

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  9. Still thinking....
    But that's the wonder of the thinking.

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  10. I agree with Willow > That line "you must study your brand of evil ..." really got me thinking.

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  11. What a great first visit to your blog ;)
    "The type of therapy where you must review all of your past tragedies before you can get down to business" is exactly why I started my blog. After reading this post, I started going through some of your older one's as well and was amazed at the variety. The car story was classic (I can't jack a car up for, well, jack!). Thanks for the food for thought :)

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  12. Jayne,

    "Genius is eternal patience." Alas, it would appear I am no genius.

    Review all my past tragedies... I am not that detail-oriented. I seem at times to deliberately forget my past; engaging in my business while remaining untethered.

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  13. Thanks for visiting. I enjoyed returning the courtesy.

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