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Deep red and pink sunsets are some of the most beautiful things in this world. Remember to stop and look next sunset.


“The old womanI shall become will be quite different from the woman I am now. 48 more words


What you cannot see in this picture is a fantastic amount of birds circling and a Ganesha Immersion going on in a pool behind this beautiful lake. 59 more words


Spotlight on George Sand

Life – July 1, 1804 | June 8, 1876

Best Known For – Her novels and memoirs as well as her many publicized romantic affairs… 124 more words


The water was so blue and clear that day. Only in the rapids did it become cloudy, but only for a moment.


“Art is not a study of positive reality, it is the seeking for ideal truth” 45 more words


Au bout du monde

”La nature est éternellement jeune, belle et généreuse. Elle possède le secret du bonheur, et nul n’a su le lui ravir.”  George Sand

Dans la splendeur des grandes espaces, quelqu’un apprend le plus. 638 more words



Anamnesis (an’-am-nee’-sis): Calling to memory past matters. More specifically, citing a past author from memory.  Anamnesis helps to establish ethos , since it conveys the idea that the speaker is knowledgeable of the received wisdom from the past. 189 more words

Figures Of Speech

The Fifty Women Challenge: 'The Naiad: A Ghost Story' by George Sand ***

One of my selections our 50 Women Challenge was George Sand, a pseudonym for the nineteenth-century French author Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupin.  I have wanted to read her work for such a long time, but rather than plump for one of her novels, due to time constraints I decided to settle for a novella. 233 more words