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Absent Presence

“The more she tried to forget, the more she remembered.” -T.K. Kiser

I see you waiting behind every corner, lurking in every shadow, standing at the end of every corridor. 628 more words

The Forgotten God

He looked out and all he surveyed was his. Sea, land, sky, space, the very light from the stars. He was a ruler without parallel. His word was law, his every desire realised. 1,491 more words

Note on work for the TVG exhibition - 2

After a few days away from this, I took another look at what I have put together so far for this, and the bits that intrigue me are the intermediate areas between the old photos and the new, where one is fading out and the other gradually becoming clear. 398 more words

Look forward to a fuller, more meaningful life because of your hope

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DAILY DEVOTIONAL – Tuesday, May 23, 2017

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May you find comfort, encouragement, guidance, hope, inspiration, love, and peace – … 740 more words



Sometimes I want to forget what is unpleasant,
And strive towards a higher goal.
The wounds aren’t easy to forget,
And the pain remains.
The pain is a teacher, 12 more words

Always Looking Forward

I heard Better Midler say (this morning) “I never look back. Never look back. Never look back. ‘Cause if you’re looking back, you can’t look forward. 104 more words

Milan Kundera The Book Of Laughter And Forgetting Online Games

Milan kundera the book of laughter and forgetting online games

The Book of Laughter and Forgetting (1979) a game that is a value in itself. “The Flawed Defence” Article by Milan Kundera in Salon November 2008. 426 more words