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Memento Mori

 

One day, you are going to die.

Let me rephrase that because we often hear this fact, but our brains have a habit of easily dismissing it. 813 more words

Something a little different..

Matching art. Memento mori and memento vivere – roughly remember that you die and remember to live in Latin.

TMBG. Jacobean Embroidery. Day of the Dead Embroidery


I really liked the part Jacobean, part Day of the Dead embroidery I just finished:

And I wanted to do another one, a larger one, and make it more musical. 114 more words

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The Skeletons In The Closet

I admit to a fascination with Death.

But the Death I revere is a fantasy. I have met the real one, and He was not a  ray of light, or promise of more to come, but a yawning, terrifying chasm of nothing. 454 more words

Quirks Of History

Hope - you are a mist

I woke up this morning thinking about the futility of life.

In a group of men meeting at the church, last night, out of about ten, approximately all of us were dealing with serious, major or life-changing events in our close families: 418 more words

Lent 2014

works currently for sale

I have returned to the studio and these tiny sculptures and more are currently available (made to order) at my Etsy Page.

https://www.etsy.com/au/your/listings?ref=si_ys_dd_listings

Enjoy.

The Eternal Cell in Memento Mori

Hi everyone!

Today is the release day of the Kindle edition of Memento Mori. I have a story there entitled “The Eternal Cell”.

Memento Mori

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