Monthly Archives: October 2008

MIDDLE GENERATION

Just around the time I was born in 1918 a great art teacher was inspiring generations of artists in Philadelphia. His name was Robert Henri, and I was to win the award of his classic book, THE ART SPIRIT, in … Continue reading

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WHEREVER YOU ARE IS CALLED HERE

I am surrounded by stories of change in so many lives. It’s possible my recent bout with illness was such an experience, heralding the need for change. When I found this poem, it gave me a place to stand in … Continue reading

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FIVE PLUS THREE

Well, 5 + 3 = 8, or 53, In this case, it’s 53, actually # 53, a poem. “may my heart always be open to little birds who are the secrets of living whatever they sing is better than to … Continue reading

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PERFECTION

A HOLIDAY WEEKEND ! Perfect weather. A breather from all that crowds the headlines, and the most solemn day in the Jewish calendar. Always contrast and balance. I have been housebound for 10 days of illness, and look forward to … Continue reading

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