Monthly Archive: March, 2017


There is a tyrant of your time, your ears, your sight But never lose vision never forget what the echo was from your parents lips who you are in this brief existence Don’t… Continue reading

Re Share: The Necessary Man

THE NECESSARY MAN Vlachus laughed at his commander and freely drank of the dark wine. “Spoken as a true soldier. But let me speak as a former farmer and a monk of God.… Continue reading

You can picture food, but can you draw it? Check out these awesome artists and their renderings of food on word press. Ono, dis one.

On drawing food as an art — and an emotional process. via “Have Your Cake and Draw It Too”: Food Illustrators Reflect on Taste and Memory — Discover

Doors – A Gorgeous Article. Entries of Expression.

For traveler Divyakshi Gupta, photographing the doors of India is a favorite pastime. via Doors Are Stories: The Photographic Obsession of Divyakshi Gupta — Discover

Re Share

A selection of images and words in celebration of World Water Day. via “We Are Protectors”: Writers, Artists, and Photographers on Water — Discover

A thought on Fear

I pondered fear the other day and focused not only how it destroys us but how it sets us back from the start of the initial threat and how it also destroys us in… Continue reading

Mauna a Wakea

Mauna a Wakea The Mount of Wakea the Wakea of Papa and Wakea the founding ancestors of the Hawaiian Race And others Of the Ulu and Nanaulu bloodlines Mauna Kea is a place… Continue reading

Re-share: Why I need covenant to be in community — more than self-expression

Russell Moore’s, a policy leader of the Southern Baptist Convention who has been critical of Trump, job was threatened this week when denominational leaders didn’t rule out of the option of firing him.… Continue reading


To strengthen by braiding One over the other Limb atop limb In an organized weave Of unison

Line of Sight

I have been pondering sight Specifically the fundamentals of focus Whether through a lens that zooms in/out Or if you are standing Looking at something with two eyes asfixiated on a distant object… Continue reading