Venice Beach, 1994
A stormy January day at sunset. The ferocious weather and the marbled purple sky, a perfect reflection for my own personal turmoil. 1,458 more words
PARIS (AFP) – Hollywood legend Martin Scorsese said that despite “horrific” conflicts around the world involving religion “we shouldn’t toss away spirituality”.
The Oscar-winning maker of “Taxi Driver” and “The Last Temptation of Christ” told reporters on Thursday that he had to overcome “monumental legal and financial problems” to make his latest film “Silence” about the martyrdom of hidden Catholics and Jesuit missionaries in Japan in the 17th century. 1,137 more words
The other day, as I proof-read some sundry social media post, the TV was prattling along in the not so distant background. Whether from some inherited distractibility syndrome, or due to my particular penchant for multi-media creative activity, or merely the generalized chaos of a brain on overdrive, it was not uncommon for multiple media to be activated in my realm. 713 more words
“Open Heart, Open Hands” – 11″x14″ pastel on velour paper
I’ve been pondering the differences between believing and knowing. Psycologist Carl Jung was asked whether he believed in God and he answered, “I don’t believe in God, I know.” What he meant was a logical, inescapable conclusion he had reached. 555 more words