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Rilke on the Lonely Patience of Creative Work

1902 portrait of Rainer Maria Rilke by Helmuth Westhoff, Rilke’s brother-in-law

“Works of art are of an infinite loneliness and with nothing so little to be reached as with criticism. 584 more words

Curiositys

Where Does Love Live?

Where does love live in my body?

In my eyes?

When they observe in gentleness

in no hurry to sneer or blink?

In my blood? 64 more words

Inspiration

CONVERSATION WITH GOD

God said love

then he said

do it again.

Man said when?

God said,

see,

I did it again.

Man said where?

God said where not. 76 more words

PHOTOS

Stick Figure

Lines drawn on a white canvas.

The contours amateurish, unknowing —

flimsy, even. The head’s drawn too big,

making the body lopsided.

But it’s not the lack of detail that makes the stick figure appear naked, bereft of depth: 27 more words

Writing

Love, Empathy and Compassion

By Stephen Ames

I am no one special. I am not smart. I was diagnosed mentally retarded when I was 13. I have also been diagnosed with Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder. 914 more words

Life

A PRAYER ON PSALM 4

Psalm 4 New King James Version (NKJV)

The Safety of the Faithful

To the [a]Chief Musician. With stringed instruments. A Psalm of David.

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Religion

How Not to Be Tortured By a Love Rival

Sometimes, we are not only left in love; we are left for someone else – a rival who comes to assume a large, indeed monstrous position in our imaginations. 704 more words

Curiositys